Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics

Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) is a double-blind peer-reviewed electronic journal. This letter explains the ethical rules of conduct established by all parties involved in the publication of articles into this journal, including the authors, the editor in chief, the editorial board, peer-reviewer as well as publisher in this case is Yayasan Ahmad Mansyur Nasirah . This statement is adopted under COPE's Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.


The publication of an article using peer-reviewed process in Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) is very important to build health science. This is a real reflection of the work or the research of the authors and institutions from which they came from. The peer-reviewed article ensures the correct scientific method and maintains Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) quality standards. Therefore, it is very important for all parties involved in the Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) publications to maintain ethical standards of good worth as writers, editors, peer reviewers, publishers and society in general.

Yayasan Ahmad Mansyur Nasirah as the publisher of Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) carries out its responsibility to maintain the quality standard of publishing an article in every publishing stage seriously and we understand the responsibilities and ethics that must be maintained. We are committed to keeping the Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) sponsorship, printing, distribution and commercialization of having no impact or effect on editorial decisions on an article.


The editor-in-chief of Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) is responsible for determining the manuscripts that have been submitted to be peer reviewed and if the manuscript is meeting the editorial policies and journal's requirement it will be published. Validation of research or literature review and the importance of the manuscript for scientific development, subsequent researchers as well as readers of Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) has always been a major consideration in decision making. Editors of Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) may refer to the Board of Editors directives and always refer to the rules and regulations that exist in the Republic of Indonesia regarding copyright and plagiarism. Chairman of the board of editors may authorize other members of the editor for decision-making by observing the peer review results.


The editor will always uphold the sense of fairness and fairness at all times in evaluating the manuscript regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, religion and belief, ethics, citizenship or political ideology of the author.


Editors and all editorial staff are not allowed to disclose information about manuscripts that have been signed by Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) to anyone other than to the corresponding author, editorial board and publisher if feasible.


Unpublished material from a manuscript enters Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) is not allowed to be used by the editor as a form of his own research without written consent or written consent from the author.


Reporting standards

The author of an original research article must present the results openly and objectively discuss the significance of the manuscript he made. The data underlying the writing of the manuscript must be accurately displayed therein. A manuscript must contain sufficiently detailed explanations for other researchers to replicate the research. Report fraud and consciously writing statements that are inconsistent with data are actually part of unethical and unacceptable scientific behavior.

Originality and Plagiarism

The author must ensure that the manuscripts made are original research results and if the authors refer or use the thoughts, data or writings of others must be properly and properly citation. Each major author is required to sign a Statement of Originality on 6000 stamp duty (attached). Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) recommends using the paraphrase of ideas or sentences from others with the corresponding citation with the guide for the author.

Dual Publication (Multiple, Redundant or Concurrent Publication)

The author should not publish the same manuscript to more than one journal simultaneously. Such behaviors are included as unethical and unacceptable publications.

Acknowledgment of Sources

Appropriate source recognition should always be performed by the author in the use of the source of the article or reference used in manuscript. The author should only citation articles that are influential and relevant to the manuscript he wrote.


The authorship principle in Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ) follows the guidelines for authorship of ICMJE (The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors). Authorship should be limited to those who have made significant contributions to the concept, design, implementation or interpretation of written research. Anyone who contributes significantly can be written as a co-author. If one participates substantively but does not meet the requirements of the authorship in accordance with ICMJE then it should be written in acknowledgment or as a contributor in acknowledgement . Corresponding authors should ensure that all co-authors have approved the final version of the manuscript entered into Ahmar Metastasis Health Journal (AMHJ).

Subject of Hazardous Materials, Humans or Animals (Hazards and Human or Animal Subjects)  

If the work involves chemicals, humans, animals, and microbes, procedures or equipment that have an unusual danger inherent in their use, the author must clearly write this in manuscripts.  

Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest  

All authors should disclose in their text substantive financial conflicts or interests that are interpreted may affect the outcome or interpretation of their manuscript. All sources of financial support for the project should be disclosed.