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JRPMC AUTHORSHIP AND REVIEW POLICY

Authorship credit in JRPMC is based on substantial contributions to the study. Involvement in funding acquisition or data collection alone does not qualify for authorship. General supervision of the research group is insufficient for authorship. Each contributor must have actively participated in the work and take public responsibility for relevant portions of the content. The order of author names should reflect their relative contributions to the study and manuscript preparation. Changes to the author order after submission require written consent from all contributors.

Review articles should only be written by experts who have substantial published work in the respective field. A brief summary of the contributor(s)’ work in the field should accompany the review manuscript.

All authors must complete and submit an Authorship Form.

Submitted articles will undergo critical review for important intellectual content, and only the final approved version will be published.