Adherence to Community Standards

At The Journal of Health and Rehabilitation Research (JHRR), we believe that the cornerstone of academic publication is a commitment to the highest standards of integrity and ethics. In line with this belief, we diligently adhere to community standards to foster a reputable, transparent, and inclusive environment for our authors, reviewers, and readers.

  • Integrity and Honesty: All submissions to JHRR are expected to represent original and genuine research. We firmly stand against any form of academic dishonesty, including plagiarism and data manipulation.

  • Ethical Approvals: Any research involving human participants or animals must have obtained appropriate ethical approval. Submissions should include details of this approval and demonstrate that participants provided informed consent where applicable.

  • Fair Peer Review: JHRR is committed to an unbiased, thorough, and constructive peer review process. All submissions are treated with respect and evaluated solely on their academic merits.

  • Transparency and Openness: We encourage authors to share data, methods, and other materials related to their research, promoting replication and further academic discussion.

  • Conflict of Interest: Both authors and reviewers are required to disclose any potential conflicts of interest. Our editorial team ensures that such conflicts do not compromise the peer-review process.

  • Respect and Inclusion: We are committed to ensuring our platform is inclusive and free from any form of discrimination. We respect diverse voices and perspectives and consider them crucial for the advancement of science.

  • Continuous Monitoring and Feedback: We continually monitor and refine our adherence to community standards, taking into account feedback from our academic community, ensuring we remain at the forefront of ethical publication.

In conclusion, JHRR's adherence to community standards ensures that the research we publish is of the highest quality, trustworthy, and serves the broader academic community. We remain committed to upholding these standards and evolving as necessary to meet the ever-changing landscape of academic publishing.