· Defining the Role of Authors and Contributors.
· Financial and non-financial partnerships and practices, as well as possible conflicts of interest.
· Responsibilities in the Submission and Peer-Review Process.
· Journal Owners and Editorial Freedom.
· Protection of Research Participants.
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USE OF ICMJE URM
An Academic presentation by
Dr. Nancy Agnes, Head, Technical Operations, Pubrica
Use of ICMJE URM for Ethical Guidance
The guidelines were established by the International Committee of Medical Journal
Editors (ICMJE). To investigate best practises and ethical principles in the conduct
and reporting of research and other content presented in medical journals and
assist publishers, editors, and those interested in peer review and biomedical
publication in developing and disseminating reliable, transparent, reproducible, and
impartial medical journal articles.
These guidelines are specifically for writers who consider
sending their work to one of the ICMJE's members papers.
Many non-ICMJE publications use these guidelines on
The ICMJE supports this practice, but it lacks the power to
oversee or execute it.
In both cases, authors may combine these guidelines with
the guidance for authors provided by specific journals.
The ICMJE supports the widespread distribution of these guidelines and full reuse of
this document for educational and non-profit purposes without respect for copyright.
recommendations and document can guide
www.icmje.org for the official, most recent edition.
The ICMJE updates the recommendations regularly as new problems emerge.
This paper, formerly known as the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted
to Biomedical Journals, has been published in several editions by the ICMJE (URMs).
The URM was created in 1978 to standardize manuscript publication support
formatting and planning through journals.
"Recommendations for Scholarly Work in Medical Journals: Conduct, Reporting,
Editing, and Publication".
Use of ICMJE
Authorship bears a lot of weight in the intellectual,
social, and financial realms.
Authorship also requi