CONFLICT OF INTEREST
A financial or other situations interest, which can occur when the author working with institutions, companies or organizations, have a financial, commercial, legal or professional relationship which could influence result or conclusions of the research.
Full disclosure is required when submit an articles to this journal. The journal editor will use this information to inform our editorial decisions. The editor may publish such disclosures to assist readers in evaluating the article or may decide not to publish article on the basis of any declared competing interest. Author(s) can declare the competing interest in Conflict of Interest Statement Form, on the manuscript submission form in the journal’s online peer-review system. Competing interests can be financial or non-financial. To ensuring transparency, any associations which can be perceived by others as a competing interest must also be declared.
Examples of financial competing interests include:
Examples of non-financial competing interests include: