"PLAGIARISM" can take two forms: 1) the author knowingly copies another's work and claims it is his own, or 2) the author copies his previously published material either in whole or in part, without providing appropriate references - also referred to as "plagiarism" self" or "duplicate publishing".
Plagiarism before publication
Jurnal Kesehatan will assess each case of plagiarism based on its own merits. If plagiarism is detected, either by editors, peer reviewers or editorial staff at any stage prior to publication of the manuscript - before or after acceptance, during editing or at the page checking stage, we will notify the author, ask him or her to rewrite the text or quote text. accurate and citing the original source. If the plagiarism is widespread - that is, if at least 30% of the original submission is plagiarized - the article may be rejected and the author's institution/company notified.
When is a plagiarism check done?
Every manuscript submitted for publication to any journal published by Jurnal Kesehatan is checked for plagiarism upon submission and before being sent to the editor for editorial review.
How is a plagiarism check done?
Jurnal Kesehatan uses the Ithenticate Software to detect examples of overlapping and similar text in submitted manuscripts. IThenticate is a browser-based web service that verifies the authenticity of documents.
It is possible that the manuscript cannot be freely accessed by article indexing services due to restrictions by programmers, journals, or publishers; or available on journal sites but not indexed by article indexing services. In such case, when a plagiarism check is carried out, the contents of the checked manuscript cannot be compared with the original manuscript because restrictions and plagiarism will not be detected.
Declaration of Plagiarism
Every writer in the Journal of Health is required to fill out a plagiarism-free statement. And sent with the manuscript by uploading additional files in the open journal system or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org