Conflict of Interest Policy

ADRRI Journals' policy mandates that authors disclose any financial interests or connections, direct or indirect, during manuscript submission. Authors must also identify situations that may raise questions of bias in reported work, conclusions, or opinions. It is crucial for authors to consider potential conflicts of interest that could cause embarrassment to them and their co-authors post-publication. Corresponding authors are required to confirm the existence of any such issues among themselves or their co-authors and provide relevant details. Additionally, they must 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 conflict of interest information will be communicated in a statement when the manuscripts are published.