Open access policy
- The articles of this journal are available to everyone from the moment of publication, which provides free open access to research results and contributes to the progress of science and medicine.
- The provision of materials under the Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 CC-BY license allows unlimited use of works, subject to attribution.
Data retention policy
- Information about all articles published in the journal is also stored in the Scientific Electronic Library eLIBRARY.ru. Direct link to the journal archive: https://www.elibrary.ru/title_about.asp?id=70408. In NEB you can carry out an advanced search by journal articles (by keywords, author, title, section). A link to the full text of the article is indicated on the page of the article in the Scientific Electronic Library eLIBRARY.ru. Full texts of articles are stored on the journal server.
- All issues of the Journal are transferred for permanent storage to the Russian Book Chamber — a branch of ITAR-TASS, the Russian State Library and other leading libraries of the Russian Federation.
Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing Biomedical Publications* Revised Version : February 2006 International Committee of Medical Journal Editors
Appeal — Authors have the right to appeal editorial decisions regarding the acceptance or rejection of articles.
1. In case of disagreement of the author with the decision of the editorial board regarding the acceptance or rejection of the article, the author applies to the editorial office of the corresponding journal in writing, indicating the reasons for the appeal
2. The conflict resolution commission of the corresponding journal considers the author’s appeal
3. Changing the decision of the editorial board regarding the article is possible in cases where:
— the author provided additional factual results that were not taken into account during the initial review of the article
— the author provided additional material to the manuscript, which was not taken into account during the initial review of the article
— the author provided information about the conflict of interest, which was not provided during the initial review of the article
— the author expresses concern about biased reviews
4. If there are sufficient grounds, the conflict resolution committee of the corresponding journal submits to the editorial office a proposal to change or uphold the initial decision regarding the publication of the article.
5. If necessary, the editors may involve an additional reviewer to make a final decision
6. The decision to accept or reject the article based on the results of the revision of the primary decision is made by the editors of the journal
7. The decision of the editorial board based on the results of the revision of the primary decision is final and is not subject to re-appeal
Withdrawal of articles
Withdrawal of an already published article is a last resort and is used in case of disclosure of facts that were not known during the review:
— detection of facts of violation of the law and defamation
— detection of false or inaccurate data, especially those whose use may create a risk to health
Article withdrawal mechanism
1. Authors, readers, reviewers, editors and publishing houses can initiate the withdrawal of an article by writing to the editors of the journal in which the article was published
2. The conflict resolution commission of the corresponding journal considers the received appeal
3. The decision to withdraw a published article is made by the conflict resolution committee of the corresponding journal if there are sufficient facts in favor of the withdrawal
4. The Conflict Resolution Commission notifies the initiator of the withdrawal of the article on the results of consideration of the appeal in writing
5. If the commission decides to withdraw the article, the appropriate journal publishes information that the article has been withdrawn, indicating the metadata of the article
6. If articles from the journal from which the article is being withdrawn are indexed by any databases, a letter is sent to these databases stating that this article has been withdrawn, indicating the reasons for the withdrawal
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Beginning in 2014, the IJCP mandates that authors disclose financial support for research submitted for publication. This includes private contributions, grants from foundations, government organizations and companies.
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