Conflicts of Interest

 | Post date: 2016/08/9 | 
Conflict of Interest

 Conflict of Interest Form

Conflict of Interest
- Conflicts of interest refers to any case that interferes with, or reasonably interferes with, complete and purposeful presentation, thorough review, editing decisions, or publishing research or non-research papers submitted to the Yafteh Journal published by Lorestan University of Medical Sciences.
- Conflicts of interest exist when professional judgment of primary interests (research credibility) is affected by secondary interests. There is nothing immoral about mutual benefit but it must be stated clearly. All authors must state all conflicts of interest in their accompanying letter and in the "Conflicts of Interest" section when submitting. When authors have no conflict of interest, they should state: "The author or authors declare that they have no conflict of interest with respect to the author or publication of this article." The editor may request more information in this regard.
- Editors and reviewers are also required to declare any conflict of interest, and if there is a conflict of interest, they will be excluded from the review process.
- Expressing all conflicts of interest is essential for a transparent reporting of research. Failure to declare a conflict of interest can lead to the immediate rejection of an article. If the conflict of interest is not disclosed after publication, the Applied Science Higher Education Institute will act in accordance with COPE guidelines.
- Conflicts of interest can be financial, non-financial, professional, or personal. Conflicts of interest can arise in relation to an organization or an individual.

Conflict of Financial Interests
Conflicts of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Receive a refund, expense, budget, or salary from an organization that may contribute to any kind of financial gain and loss from the publication of the article, equally now and in the future.
- Ownership of stock or inventory in an organization that may contribute to any financial gain or loss from the publication of the article, whether present or future.
- Ownership or action for patents related to the content of the article in question.
- Receive reimbursement, expenses, budget, or salary from the organization that owns or patents the content of the article.

Authors must acknowledge and declare any sources of funding and potential conflicting interest. Such as receiving funds or fees by, or holding stocks and shares in, an organization that may profit or lose through publication of your paper.  Declaring a competing interest will not lead to automatic rejection of the paper, but its reporting is essential.

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