Publication Ethics

All parties involved in the publishing process of Student Scientific Journal. Journal managers, editors, Binding Partners, and Authors must understand and comply with the norms/ethics of scientific publications. This statement is based on the Regulation of the Minister of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia Number 39 of 2021 concerning Academic Integrity in Producing Scientific Works, which in essence must uphold the Academic Integrity Values in producing Scientific Works including: a. honesty; b. trust; c. justice; d. honour; e. responsibility; and f. determination.
Violation of Academic Integrity in producing Scientific Work consists of: a. fabrication; b. falsification; c. plagiarism; d. unauthorised authorship; e. conflict of interest; and f. multiple submissions.


Fabrication is the creation of fictitious research data and/or information.

Falsification is the fabrication of research data and/or information.

a. taking part or all of another person's work without properly attributing the source;
b. rewriting without using one's own language part or all of another person's work although mentioning the source; and
c. taking part or all of one's own published work or ideas without properly attributing the source.

Unauthorised authorship is an activity of a person who does not have a contribution to a Scientific Work in the form of ideas, opinions, and/or active roles related to the scientific field in the form of:
a. joining themselves as co-authors without contributing to the work;
b. removing the name of someone who has contributed to the work; and/or
c. instructing others to make the work as his/her work without contributing.

Conflict of interest is an act of producing Scientific Works that follows the desire to benefit and/or harm certain parties.
Plural submission is the act of submitting the same Scientific Work manuscript to more than one Scientific Journal which results in publication in more than one Scientific Journal.

Section A: Publications and authorshipSection

1. All submitted manuscripts are subject to a rigorous peer review process by at least two international reviewers who are experts in the field of the manuscript.

2. This review process is double blind peer review.

3. Factors considered in the review are relevance, soundness, significance, originality, readability, and language.

4. Possible decisions include acceptance, acceptance with revisions, or rejection.

5. If the author is advised to revise and resubmit the manuscript, there is no guarantee that the revised manuscript will be accepted.

6. Rejected articles will not be reviewed.

7. Acceptance of manuscripts is limited by applicable legal requirements regarding defamation, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.

8. No research may be included in more than one publication.

Section B: Author responsibilities

1. Authors must declare that their manuscript is their original work.

2. Authors should declare that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere.

3. Authors must declare that the manuscript is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

4. Authors must participate in the peer review process.

5. Authors must provide retraction or correction of errors.

6. All Authors mentioned in the manuscript must have contributed significantly to the research.

7. Authors must certify that all data in the paper is real and authentic.

8. Authors must notify the Editor of any conflict of interest.

9. Authors must identify all sources used in the creation of their manuscript.

10. Authors should report any errors they find in the published manuscript to the Editor.

Section C: Reviewer responsibilitiesSection

1. Reviewers must keep all information about the manuscript confidential and treat it as privileged.

2. The review should be conducted objectively, without personal criticism of the author.

3. Reviewers should express their views clearly with supporting arguments

4. Reviewers should identify relevant published works that have not been cited by the authors.

5. Reviewers should also bring to the attention of the Editor-in-Chief any substantial similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and other published manuscripts of which they are personally aware.

6. Reviewers should not review manuscripts in which they have a conflict of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with authors, companies, or institutions connected to the paper.

Section D: Responsibilities of the editor

1. The editor has full responsibility and authority to reject/accept an article.

2. The editor is responsible for the content and overall quality of the publication.

3. Editors should always consider the needs of authors and readers when trying to improve the publication.

4. The editor must guarantee the quality of the paper and the integrity of the academic record.

5. The editor should publish an errata page or make corrections when necessary.

6. The editor should have a clear picture of the source of research funding.

7. Editors should base their decisions solely on the importance, originality, clarity, and relevance of the paper to the scope of the publication.

8. Editors should not reverse their decision or overturn a previous editor's decision without good reason.

9. Editors should maintain the confidentiality of reviewers.

10. Editors should ensure that all research materials they publish conform to internationally accepted ethical guidelines.

11. Editors should only accept manuscripts if they are confident.

12. Editors should act if they suspect misconduct, whether published or not, and make all reasonable efforts to persist in getting the matter resolved.

13. Editors should not reject a manuscript based on suspicion, they must have evidence of offence.

14. Editors must not allow conflicts of interest between staff, authors, reviewers, and board members.

Duties and Responsibilities of the Journal Manager Determine the name of the journal, scientific scope, periodical publication, and accreditation. Determine the membership of the Editorial Board. Define the relationship between Publisher, Editor, Reviewer, and others in a contract. Respect confidential matters, both for contributing researchers, Authors, Editors, and Reviewers. Implement norms and provisions regarding intellectual property rights, especially copyright. Review Journal policies and communicate them to Authors, the Board of Editors, Reviewers, and Readers. Creating code of ethics guidelines for Editors and Reviewers. Publish Student Scientific Journal regularly. Ensure the availability of funding sources for the sustainability of the publication of Indonesian Health Magazine. Build a network of co-operation and marketing. Preparing licences and other legal aspects.