Focus and Scope
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia is a journal to disseminate various scientific papers on health development and other research of health also disseminate the conceptual thoughts or ideas and research results that have been achieved in the area of health applied.
JIKI particularly focuses on the main problems in the health development areas as follows:
- Food Analyse
- Any specifics issues of public health
Peer Review Process
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia is a journal published by Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Malang (State Health Polytechnic of Malang), Ministry of Health of the Republic of Indonesia.
The research article submitted to this journal will be peer-reviewed at least 2 (two) reviewers. The review methode use double blind (both of review and authors unaware of the identity). The accepted research articles will be available online following the journal peer-reviewing process.
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia make any effort to scan submitted article from plagiarism.
The decision of accepted article is the authority of editor-in-chief with regard from editorial board.
There is no charge for submitted manuscripts.
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia publish 2 times a year. The first publication is Vol. 1 No. 1 Mei 2015.
Available online version from Vol. 3 No. 2 November 2017.
Open Access Policy
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supporting a greater global exchange of knowledge.
All articles published Open Access will be immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. We are continuously working with our author communities to select the best choice of license options, currently being defined for this journal as follows:
- Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY-SA)
Publication Ethics and Malpractices Guidelines of Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia
Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia is a peer-reviewed journal to publish articles in the field of health science & research. JIKI committed to the ethical standards set for all entities involved in the publication of article.
Responsibilities JIKI Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor and Editor-in-Chief Editor
The JIKI has an editorial team consisting of an editor-in-chief, a managing editor and board of editors. They all are required to be accountable and responsible editors for publishing the JIKI article. The JIKI editors led by the editor-in-chief. The JIKI editors have a duty and responsible as follows:
- Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor accept articles submitted by the author to the JIKI.
- Articles submitted by the authors to the JIKI are distributed by the Editor-in-Chief, or Managing Editor to the editors in the Board of Editors for conducting the 1st review process (initial review). Distribution of the articles are well-regulated by the Editor-in-Chief, or Managing Editor so workload can be fairly distributed in number to all editors. Review process JIKI using a double-blind peer-review system, performed by using the Referee's Appraisal Form.
- Editor-in-Chief is responsible for determining the deadline for receipt of articles that are ready for publication.
- Editor-in-Chief is responsible for implementing and leading the editorial board meeting. Editorial board meetings conducted at least 1 (one) times in 1 (one) issue, to finalize the issue for publication. If the Editor-in-Chief is absent, then Editor-in-Chief can assign the Managing Editor or one of editors to do the duties.
A decision to publish an article is done through the mechanism of peer-review processs stated above, and it is taken into account based on the quality of article. The decision was taken without considering the religion, ethnic origin, nationality, race or gender of the author.
Confidentiality of the article before publication maintained as well as possible. The JIKI editors cannot release any information available on the article to anyone except the author of the article. Information in a text can be released to others JIKI editor with the knowledge of the Editor-in-Chief, or Managing Editor.
Disclosure and conflict of interest:
Articles and the materials related to the article that are not accepted for publication in JIKI must be returned to the authors, and it cannot be used by the JIKI editors for any reason. To avoid conflicts of interest, the decision was taken in publishing the articles should be fair and based on the peer-review process.
Responsibilities of Reviewers
Contribution to Editorial Decisions:
Evaluation Reviewers become the main reference for the Editor-in-Chief in making editorial decisions. Evaluation results from the reviewers are really intended to help the author to improve the quality of the article.
If there is an improper designation reviewer, for example, the designated reviewer is not competent in the field of expertise of the article being in peer-review process, one of the JIKI editors can report it to the Editor-in-Chief or the Managing Editor. Then, the Editor-in-Chief, or the Managing Editor determines another reviewer with a consideration of some of the editors with the expertise of the article.
Each article is accepted by the reviewer must be strictly confidential. Article and peer-reviewed results should not be submitted directly to the author, or communicated to other than the author, but it must be submitted to the editor in charge, Editor-in-Chief or the Managing Editor.
Responsibilities of Authors
Authors should clearly present the objective and significance of research in the article. Author should follow the JIKI guidelines in preparing the article to submit.
Authors should prepare original research results which has not being published by other authors in any publication. To ensure it, the authors need to check the originality of article using plagiarism checker before submission. The article will be rejected if there is plagiarism on the article. Any information from references used in the article should be honestly and accurately cited in the article.
The authors should submit their article to the JIKI only. When it is not accepted to publish in the JIKI as the result of peer-review and officially reported by Editor-in-Chief or the Managing Editor, the authors can submit it to other journal. The article will be rejected if there is plagiarism and multiple submissions on the article.
Errors in Publication:
The authors will recieve their article to conduct final checkig of any error in the article before publication. The authors should report any error in the article to the Editor-in-Chief, or Managing Editor in a period of time given, and the errors should be clearly listed and addressed in a separated sheet together with the evidence of revision.
Responsibilities of Publisher
Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Malang (National Institute of Health Research and Development), Ministry of Health of Republic of Indonesia as the publisher of Jurnal Informasi Kesehatan Indonesia, encourages the editors and all stakeholders involved in publication processes to follow the ethics and code of conducts of every parties. The publisher defines the relationship between publisher, editor and other party in a contract, respect privacy, protects intellectual property and copyright, and fosters editorial independence.
Publisher works with journal editors to set journal policies appropriately and aim to meet those policies, particularly with respect to: editorial independence, research ethics, including confidentiality, consent, and the special requirements for human and animal research, authorship, transparency and integrity.
Publisher works with journal editors to converse journal policies in general and review journal policies periodically, responsible for the investigation of suspected research and publication misconduct and, where possible, facilitate in the resolution of these cases, make and publish corrections, clarifications, and retractions, and publish content on a timely basis.
The JIKI and its editors endorse the compliance of authors to the principles of the Declaration of Helsinki of the World Medical Association, which relate to the conduct of ethical research on human beings, and the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals of the Institute for Laboratory Animal Research of the National Research Council, which relate to the conduct of ethical research on laboratory and other animals.
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