Confidentiality and Conflicts of Interest

Editorial Board:
The chief editor and members of the editorial board must maintain the confidentiality of unpublished documents or papers and are prohibited from using any information contained within them for their own scientific research without written permission from the original author. They must also disclose any conflicts of interest that could influence their editorial decisions.

Reviewers are required to keep the content of the manuscripts they review confidential and must not use any information or ideas from the reviewed manuscripts for personal purposes, competitive interests, or any other interests. They must disclose any conflicts of interest that could bias their opinions about the manuscript.

Authors must disclose any financial support or other types of support they received. They should also reveal any financial conflicts or other issues that could affect the results or interpretations of their research. Additionally, authors are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the content during the peer review process.