Conflict of Interest Policy

The submission policy of ADRRI Journals mandates that authors disclose any direct or indirect financial interests or connections, as well as situations that could introduce bias in the reported work, conclusions, or opinions. Authors are urged to assess potential conflicts of interest that might cause embarrassment to themselves or their co-authors after publication. Corresponding authors must confirm the absence of conflicts of interest or declare any issues, providing details as necessary. Additionally, they are required to submit a completed conflict of interest form to the Editorial office. It is the responsibility of corresponding authors to ensure that all co-authors adhere to this policy. Any conflict-related information will be communicated in a statement upon the publication of manuscripts.