The Publishing and Editorial Policies followed by the Sudanese Journal of Paediatrics (SJP) are mentioned below.
The details of the policies or any other information relevant to the policies or the author (which author might need to follow for Publication) can easily be found in the links under SJP submission guidelines on website.
Best Practice in Research Reporting
Internationally accepted standards need to be followed while submitting any kind of research to SJP.
If there is any involvement of animal for the purpose of research, internationally accepted ethics standards should be considered. The research is bound to secure appropriate guidance and permission to conduct the research. It is important to provide the details for such non- human studies.
Human Subjects Research
Any research which involves human participants must be approved by the internationally accepted ethics standards not limiting the study specific approval. The privacy of the participant is the core step taken by the committee. Informed consent and clinical trial documentation should be obtained.
Competing interest in the relevant research must be acknowledged by the editors, reviewers and authors. The competing interest can be related to a person, any individual, personal nature or professional nature, financial or non-financial.
Disclosure of Funding Sources
The statement of all the received funding to complete the research should be stated in manuscripts submitted to SJP. Acknowledgement of the role of the funder in the research is also mandatory.
Apart from owing the copyright by the Sudan Association pf Paediatricians, any document or manuscript accepted by the Sudanese Journal of Paediatrics is published under a | CC BY | license. Further information can be collected through specific SJP website.
Materials and Software Sharing
All the relevant materials and software must be provided by the authors who want their work to be published in SJP.
Ethical Publishing Practices
Publication ethics must be followed by the authors getting their research published in the Sudanese Journal of Paediatrics who is bound to follow the conduct and code of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), to provide the best services.