Jorjani Biomedicine Journal- Human rights, Privacy, and Confidentiality
Human rights, privacy, and confidentiality

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For manuscripts reporting medical studies involving human participants, Golestan University of Medical Sciences (owner and publisher of JBJ) strongly suggested that authors provide a statement identifying the ethics committee (including the code of ethics if available) that approved the study, and that the study conforms to recognized standards, such as Declaration of Helsinki . 

It is also suggested that the researcher conduct studies in a way that ensures adequate steps have been taken to minimize harm to participants, to protect confidentiality, and to minimize the risk of physical and psychological harm.

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