Mathews Open Access Journals follow certain ethical standards to make sure high-quality scientific publications, to attain public confidence in scientific findings.
Plagiarism/ Duplicate Submission: Mathews Open Access Journals firmly encourages original manuscripts and must not use the words, figures, or ideas of others without attribution. All sources must be cited at the point they are used, and reuse of wording must be limited and be attributed or quoted in the text. The content should not be submitted/ published elsewhere with other publishing groups. Our quality control teams check for the plagiarism through software to detect the overlapping of content and similar text in submitted manuscripts. Manuscripts that are found to have been plagiarized from a manuscript by other authors, whether published or unpublished, will be rejected and the authors may incur sanctions. Any published articles may need to be corrected or retracted.
Data Fabrication and Falsification: If the submitted manuscripts are found to have either fabricated or falsified research work, i.e. methods, experimental results, including the manipulation of images will be immediately rejected.
Conflicts of Interest: Authors must declare all potential interests in a ‘Conflicts of interest’ section, which should explain why the interest may be a conflict. If there are none, the authors should state “The author(s) declare(s) that there are no conflicts of interest regarding the publication of this paper.” Submitting authors are responsible for coauthors declaring their interests.
Human and Animal Rights: Ethical clearance documents need to be provided if applicable. The work involving animal models and human volunteers need to submit the necessary statements.
In the above publication ethical cases if the violations are found, the editorial office is authorized to take action accordingly.
Published : 14th March 2023
Authors : Vidushi Sharma*, Suresh K. Pandey
Citation : Sharma V, et al. (2023). How Medical Professionals Can Protect Themselves Against Litigations and Consumer Cases? 7(2):32.
Published : 15th February 2023
Authors : Mona Abdelkader1,*, Maha M Shahin1, Omnia L Nwara2, Amr M Abdelkader3
Citation : Abdelkader M, et al. (2023). Function Evaluation of Diabetic Vitreous Hemorrhage after Vitrectomy. Mathews J Ophthalmol. 8(1):31.
Published : 17th January 2023
Authors : Chen Haiting1,*, Liu Yu2, Zhang Xinqiao2, Li Xing2, Liu Ying3
Citation : Haiting C, et al. (2023). The Outcomes of Asthenopia after ICL Implantation and Its Related Factors. Mathews J Ophthalmol. 8(1):30.
Published : 21st December 2022
Authors : Anubhav Chauhan1*, Ajay Sharma2, Deepak Kumar Sharma3
Citation : Chauhan A, et al. (2022). Dilemma of Papilledema. Mathews J Ophthalmol. 7(2):29.
Published : 20th October 2022
Authors : Osama Osman1,* Julie Gammack1, Lina Toledo-Franco1, Takaaki Ishiyama2, Emily Reisenbichler3, Shamseldeen Mahmoud4, Nongnooch Poowanawittayakom5, Connor Clarkston6, Cinthia Pi7, Andrew J Polk7, Osasu N Adah7, Jillian Drogin8, Sydney O’Neal8, Sophie J Xie8
Citation : Osman O, et al. (2022). Acute Unilateral Vision Loss and Optic Perineuritis (OPN) in Geriatric Patients, a Series of Three Cases. Mathews J Ophthalmol. 7(2):28.
Published : 04th May 2022
Authors : Tadaaki Morotomi1*, Narihiko Hirano1, Yasuhiro Sanada2, Mitsugu Fujita3, Koji Niwa4
Citation : Tadaaki Morotomi, et al. (2022). Location-Based Surgical Approaches for Orbital Tumor Resection. Mathews J Ophthamol. 7(1):27.