Journal of Human Health Research

Editorial Policies

Editorial policies are standards established by a publisher to specify and regulate the content of publications. The editorial team is given guidance by these policies, and the integrity of the work is upheld. Guidelines for themes, language, correctness, formatting, and publication standards are examples of common editing policies.


Open Access:

Open access publishing enables authors to distribute their work freely and without the need for a subscription. All papers that have been published are freely available for reading, downloading, copying, and redistribution without any fees. Authors can increase the reach and effect of their publications by using the power of the internet by making their research freely accessible.
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Peer Review:

Our norm is single blind peer review. However, authors can opt for double-blind peer review by leaving out the details of their names and affiliations from the paper and only including them in the cover letter.


By joining in our membership, you may be charged a minimal fee to publish an infinite number of articles during a specified duration. Publication in an open access journal is completely exempt from the usual author publishing fees that are imposed. Over the entirety of your membership with the aforementioned journal, this deal is available for a number of papers. A variety of useful author services are also included with membership.

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For Registrations and enquiries please contact [email protected]


Article Processing Charges:

Open Access journals are accessible to everyone worldwide for free and do not require a subscription. In order to cover the costs of the publishing house, the authors are therefore charged once. On this page, you may find details on these charges.

Funding Disclosure:

Funding details will be provided in the actual manuscript as well as in the article's online and PDF versions. Only if there are any financial details are they included in this section.


Animal Research:

Laboratory animals must be handled carefully and in accordance with the rules. It is important to mention the precautions used during the experiment. If not, it will be considered a legal violation. False research and scientific fraud will not be tolerated. For the (fraudulent) scientific misconduct, serious action will be taken. A violation of copyright is also unethical.


Human Subjects Research:

Only after outlining potential outcomes or any other circumstances, including the fallout from the experiment failing, should you be able to obtain the consent of everyone involved in the study. When necessary, privacy and absolute confidentiality must be upheld. Rewarding people heavily for the goal of manipulating them will not impact the population or individual.


Copyright and License:

We have authorization to use your work under the CREATIVE COMMONS LICENSE, which allows copying and distribution as long as the creator is properly cited. The writers maintain full ownership of the copyright and all publishing rights.

All articles published under this licence must be easily and freely accessible to the general audience. The papers may also be freely read, downloaded, copied, and distributed as long as the aforementioned licence is strictly followed.


It is essential that everyone involved in the publication process abide by moral principles. While we offer a thorough list of expected ethical behaviour for each function, we also follow the standards established by COPE and ICMJE. For more information, we firmly advise our editors, reviewers, and authors to get familiar with the COPE and ICMJE websites.


Plagiarism Detection:

CrossCheck and Ithenticate are used to confirm the originality of papers during the verification process. A paper will be rejected if it is discovered to include plagiarised material, and the author will be given a report for their records.


Duplicate Publication:

Falsification is the act of conducting research and recording it without following the necessary procedures to produce the desired outcome. As you can see, doing this is completely incorrect.

Corrections to Published Work:

In order to retain the information regarding the data and the availability of current data, CrossMark will indicate any corrections in accordance with COPE criteria.

Advertising and Sponsorship:

We haven't promoted any adverts in our publications up to this point. No advertisements, either internal or external, are ever displayed on our pages. We presently discourage third-party advertisements, though we may in the future consider in-house advertisements. We respectfully ask that anyone who would like to use our ad space get in touch with us first at [email protected]. The fact that we do not currently rely on any sponsorships should not be overlooked.

Figure Quality:

Figures must be accompanied with titles and legends that are sufficiently detailed to enable readability and comprehension. Legends ought to be put just beneath the matching figure.

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