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Animal & Human Rights Policy

All papers submitted to ARCC Journals should declare agreement with the following  statement of human and animal rights. Authors are requested for doing experiments with the involvement of animals and human subjects by following facts:

  • Field research and other non-experimental research on animals must follow international guidelines and should have been approved.
  • In Material and Methods, it should be mentioned that authors have identified the related institutional and licensing committee and have taken approval from the committee for their experiments and all experiments should be conducted in accordance with relevant guidelines and regulations.
  • Experiments and research that involve human subjects must be confirmed and consent should be obtained from all the participants.

Manuscript that follows all the guidelines given by the journal then evaluated by the Editor at initial stages before processing it further for the review process. Editor reserve the right to reject the article if the research has not followed the accepted norms om Conflict of Interest, Human and Animal rights.

Informed Consent

One of the most important areas of ethical consideration is the obtaining of informed consent from subjects participating in medical research. This issue, of course, is one in which ethical committees have a vital interest

Studies on volunteers require ethics committee approval and informed consent, which should be documented in the paper, they have a right to privacy that should not be violated without informed consent.

The informed consent form must be written in language easily understood by the subjects, it must minimise the possibility of coercion or undue influence, and the subject must be given sufficient time to consider participation. However, informed consent is not merely a form that is signed, but is a process in which the subject has an understanding of the research and its risks, and it is tightly described in ethical codes and regulations for human subject research.

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