Publication Ethics

Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Publication Ethics

This statement clarifies ethical behavior by parties involved in the act of manuscript publication in Jurnal FPPTI, which is managed by the Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Indonesia.

This statement is based on COPE's best practice standards.

  1. Ethical Guidance for Journal Publication

The publication of a manuscript requires consideration related to its ethics. This is also applied in Jurnal FPPTI. Jurnal FPPTI publishes articles theoretically and empirically studied from accountable resources. This matter is vital for the development of knowledge to be implemented in developing a country's economy. Thus, a coherent and valued knowledge network must be carried out in the Ethics Guidelines for Journal publications. This thing reflects on the work of authors and supporting institutions.

Articles in Jurnal FPPTI are peer-reviewed to support and achieve scientific method. It is essential to agree on expected standards of ethical behavior by parties involved in the act of manuscript publication, including writers, editors, reviewers, publishers, and the public.

The Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Indonesia as Publisher of Jurnal FPPTI takes its trusteeship beyond all the publishing stages very seriously and carries it out with ethics and other responsibilities. Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Indonesia commits to ensuring that broadcasting, reprinting, or other commercial income does not impact or influence editorial decisions.

  1. Publication Decisions

Before publishing Jurnal FPPTI, both online or printed, the Chief Editor in charge of publishing requests input from other editors and the reviewer's support; it also based the steps of journal publications, which start from the submission of the manuscript to editor review, checking by the reviewer, layout checking, plagiarism, and copyright checking. This process is under the supervision of the Chief Editor and other editors with authority that a publication decision arises for the articles in Jurnal FPPTI.

  1. Non-discrimination

In each publication of Jurnal FPPTI, the editors and reviewers evaluate the manuscript for its scientific content alone without relating to race, sex, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the author. This matter upholds the ethics of publishing the Jurnal FPPTI, which is non-discrimination.

  1. Confidentiality

Every article published in Jurnal FPPTI is secured for its valuable information. Thus, editors and reviewers are permitted to keep information related to the journal private from everybody. It includes the authors, reviewers, editorial teams, and publishers. They are only allowed to disclose what is relevant and appropriate.

  1. Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Any unpublished material will be disclosed under a submitted manuscript and will not be used by the editorial boards and reviewer in their research.


Duty and Obligation of the Reviewer

  1. Contribution to editorial decisions

Publication of manuscripts in Jurnal FPPTI involves a reviewer in the field. The reviewer's decisions contribute to the editor's decision for every manuscript. This journal uses the blind review process. The result of the review is sent back to the author by the editor. This point is made to improve the author's quality of writing.

  1. Promptness

Jurnal FPPTI values the punctuality of the publication and information delivery to authors. Every submitted manuscript in Jurnal FPPTI will be informed to the author and reviewer to be processed based on the introductory provisions. If the reviewer cannot submit on time, the editor will decide to replace them with another more qualified reviewer. This ensures that the publication time is consistent with the selected schedule.

  1. Privacy and Confidentiality

Jurnal FPPTI is managed by the Forum Perpustakaan Perguruan Tinggi Indonesia with the support of the editor and expert reviewer. The editors, reviewers, and publishers secure every manuscript submitted confidentially. Because it is blind-reviewed, every manuscript can only be discussed by the editor and writer for its content.

  1. Objectivity Standard

Every submitted manuscript submitted to Jurnal FPPTI must be evaluated by the editors and reviewers based on the established Standard. Nevertheless, commentary and review by the editor and reviewer must be respectful towards the author. Every reviewer is required to be consistent with the decisions and recommendations of the editors and writer

  1. Reference Citation / Acknowledgment

The reviewers must make points of reference used in the manuscript submitted by the authors through the editor. Every source must be checked for validity and novelty and obtained from a trusted journal site. 

  1. Disclosure and Conflict of Interest

Any specific information or ideas obtained through the peer-review process must be kept confidential and not used for personal gain. Reviewers should not consider texts containing conflicts of interest from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or also connections with writers, companies, or other institutions associated with the research.


Duties and Obligations of the Author

  1. Reporting Standard

All authors must serve accountable relevant information in works submitted to Jurnal FPPTI. Presented data ought to be cited from liable sources. The references must be written in the article. Any form of fraud or inaccurate statement made on purpose is unethical and, therefore, unacceptable.

  1. Data Access and Retention

The Authors might be asked for an explanation related to data and information written in the script. Thus, they must punctually provide data and information to the editor and the reviewer. This is due to simplifying the correction process of the submitted article based on the guideline by PJurnal FPPTI.

  1. Originality and Plagiarism

Authors must ensure that the work is original. They must make proper citations whenever using other's words or work. If plagiarism or citation problems are discovered in the author's work, the manuscript will be automatically rejected. Complete policies related to plagiarism can be seen in the Plagiarism Policy

  1. Multiple, Redundant or Concurrent Publication

Whenever an author submits a manuscript to be published in the Jurnal FPPTI, one cannot simultaneously send the manuscript to another publisher. This act is considered unethical. Thus, the manuscript would not be accepted.

  1. Acknowledgment of Sources.

For every manuscript the author sends to Jurnal Profesi Medika, Jurnal Kedokteran, and Kesehatan, the cited authors should be given proper acknowledgment and credit. All of the acknowledgments must be written clearly in the Reference List.

  1. Authorship of the Paper.

Authorship should be limited to those who have contributed significantly to the research reported in the submitted manuscript. The authors listed in the manuscript are responsible for keeping the co-authors posted on the review process. If the manuscript is accepted, all authors are required to provide and sign a statement that the research is their original work

  1. Hazards and human or animal subjects

If the research uses chemicals, procedures, or tools that may contain hazards that are usually not inherent in the usage, the author must identify all these things in the text

  1. Disclosure and Conflicts of Interest.

All writers should express everything that supports them to complete the research in their manuscript. All financial support for the study should be disclosed.

  1. Fundamental errors in published works

When an author discovers a significant error or inaccuracy in his published work, the author must immediately notify the journal's editor or publisher and work with the editor to withdraw or improve the research.


Malpractice Statement

In any form of established ethical publications, malpractice will lead to the application of sanctions and other actions needed to ensure all articles published by Jurnal FPPTI. In cases of suspected misconduct, the Editors and the Editorial Board will use the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) best practices to assist them in resolving the complaint and dealing fairly with the misconduct. This will include an investigation of the Editors' allegations. A submitted manuscript that is found to contain such misconduct will be rejected. In cases where the published paper has been found to contain such misconduct, the retraction may be published and linked to the original article. Complete policies related to malpractice management can be seen in the Retraction, Withdrawal, and Correction (R-W-C) Policy.