Conflict of Interest Policy
The submission policy of ADRRI Journals mandates that, at the time of submitting manuscripts, each author must disclose any direct or indirect financial interests or connections and any circumstances that could potentially introduce bias in the reported work, conclusions, or opinions. Authors are expected to consider any conflicts of interest that may arise and could potentially embarrass them and their co-authors after publication. Corresponding authors are required to confirm whether they or their co-authors have any issues to declare and must provide detailed information. Additionally, they are obligated to submit a completed conflict of interest form to the Editorial office.
It is the responsibility of corresponding authors to ensure that every author adheres to this policy. Any information regarding conflicts of interest will be communicated in a statement when the manuscripts are published.