It’s very rare that you submit your manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal and don’t receive a request to revise it. Most journals ask to revise your submission at least three or four times before it's finally accepted.
If that sounds cumbersome to you, this article is not for you.
Because receiving a request from the journal editors to revise your manuscript is far better than absolute rejection. It means that your idea, your research and your manuscript struck a chord in the reviewers’
For an honest and scholarly scientific research, you must follow the ethics of research and good publication practices. All the reputed journals expect the authors to know and comply with the ethics in publication.
Here, in this post, we discuss the two common and unethical publishing practices – duplicate publication and simultaneous submission, and how to avoid them with your manuscript.
1) Duplicate Publication
What is it?
When you publish a new paper similar to a published paper by a
Once you tread the path of clinical research as your career, writing scientific papers becomes your regular business. However, the most dreadful part of the scientific paper writing is the fear of rejection. Whatever you write, however good it is, but this fear always entraps your mind from the beginning till the end.
Writing a scientific paper begins much before the actual writing. You must prepare well to write your paper.
So, here we provide a list of 6 things which you must do before writi