Code of Ethics
The Editorial makes every effort to implement and update the generally applicable standards of publishing, good practice, and draws attention to the need to respect the code of ethics of a scientist. For this purpose, the editorial develops its own models of action, as well as uses good practices, guidelines and codes of conduct published by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), an international organization for publishers and editors of scientific journals and The European Association of Science Editors (EASE).
The Editorial does not tolerate scientific misconduct and unethical conduct in the practice of publishing. Any signs of counterfeiting, plagiarism, abuse and negative practices are thoroughly investigated, documented and proceeded.
In case of detection of scientific misconduct, the editorial of the Polish Journal of Social Rehabilitation follows the schemes developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), available on license Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Poland
Author's Code of ethics
Reviewer's Code of ethics
Editor's Code of ethics
Suspected plagiarism in a submitted manuscript
Suspected plagiarism in a published manuscript
Suspected redundant publication in a submitted manuscript
Suspected redundant publication in a published manuscript
Suspected fabricated data in a submitted manuscript
Suspected fabricated data in a published manuscript
Corresponding author requests addition of extra author before publication
Corresponding author requests removal of author before publication