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Anti-plagiarism policy

Plagiarism is a serious offense towards intellectual development.

Plagiarism in all its forms constitutes unethical publishing behaviour and is unacceptable. Each suspected case of plagiarism  will be investigated carefully by the Editorial office.


Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal concurrently constitutes unethical publishing behaviour and is unacceptable. Such manuscripts will be rejected.  Authors should not submit articles describing essentially the same research to more than one journal. If the submitted manuscript is based in any way on author’s previous work, the author is required to disclose that in the article and also prove novelty of the submitted work.

Plagiarism is a serious offense towards intellectual development, so JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY & OUTCOMES RESEARCH take plagiarism very seriously and authors found involved in plagiarism may be banned from all articles  published by us. It includes access to contents of article and submission to published articles.  

If the plagiarized content is noticed after the publication of the article then, the same will be notified to the author and depending upon the % of plagiarism the article will be withdrawn from our journal. 

Plagiarism: Plagiarism originates from authors using others work without proper citation. Plagiarism is a form of cheating on others’ work particularly when it is  systematic and  intentional. Plagiarism consist of a person’s claiming another person’s ideas or findings or work as one’s own by copying or reproducing the work without due acknowledgement of the source. Plagiarism may occur several forms like presenting substantial extracts from books, journal articles, thesis and other published or unpublished work without properly indicating the source of the material, using close paraphrasing of sentences or whole paragraphs without due acknowledgement in the form of reference to the original work, exactly copying and pasting of data, tables, figures from other publications without acknowledging the source and closely replicating the structure of someone else’s one’s own argument without apparent reference and due credit to the source.

Authors have to be fully aware that plagiarism is wrong and they must know that plagiarism is the use of another person’s idea or published work and to pretend that it is one’s own.

Authors have to declare that each contribution to their article or project have been acknowledged and source of information from other peoples’ published or unpublished works have been cited references. Authors have to certify that they are solely responsible for text of the article and work included in the article along with any incomplete reference.

JOURNAL OF HEALTH POLICY & OUTCOMES RESEARCH does not encourage any form of plagiarism. Hence, we strongly recommend you to check your content before submitting it to any of our Journals for publication.

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Journal of Health Policy & Outcomes Research (JHPOR) is a peer-reviewed, international scientific journal, covering health policy, pharmacoeconomics and outcomes research in Poland and worldwide. The journal is issued under the auspices of the Polish Society of Pharmacoeconomics.

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