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JKCCN's Code of Ethics is based on the Nuremberg Code and the Helsinki Declaration. Researchers should observe the followings and follow the deliberations of the ethics committee of the Korean Society of Critical Care Nursing.

1. In the case of human subjects, researchers have the following responsibilities.

  • 1) The researcher should ensure the subject's willingness to participate in the study.
  • 2) The researcher should fully inform the subject of the purpose and procedure of the study, the expected effects, and the potential harms before obtaining consent.
  • 3) The researcher should ensure the safety and health of the subject. Take precautions to avoid even minor damage to the subject and immediately stop the study if an unexpected harm arises.
  • 4) If the subject is a patient, the control group should also be informed about new interventions to avoid information concealment or deprivation of opportunity.
  • 5) The researcher should ensure the rights of subjects to withdraw their participation during the study.
  • 6) The researcher should protect the privacy of the subject.
  • 7) The researcher must obtain a written consent from the subject with prior approval from the Institutional Review Board. The journal recommends that relevant documents be submitted to the editorial board.

2. The researcher shall not have committed the following research misconduct.

  • 1) Fabrication: making up data or research results and recording or reporting them
  • 2) Falsification: manipulating research materials, equipment, or processes, or altering or omitting data or results so that the research is not accurately represented in the research record
  • 3) Plagiarism: appropriation of another person's ideas, processes, results, or words without giving appropriate credit
  • 4) Unethical authorship: not giving authorship credit to people who have made scientific or technical contribution to study or giving authorship credit to people who have not contributed to the study

3. The researcher shall not commit violations such as duplicate publication or duplicate submission. Papers published in other journals or manuscripts submitted to other journals cannot be submitted to this journal. Similarly, papers published in this journal or manuscripts being submitted cannot be published in other journals.

  • 1) Criteria for duplicate publication: The article must not have been published in other languages, in part or in whole, in print or electronic media, regardless of whether the journal is registered or indexed in the database.
  • 2) If the author wants to publish a paper published in this journal in another language, it must be approved by both journal editors.

4. If there is a problem with research ethics in the manuscript being submitted or under review, the editorial board will consider and make a decision. If the researcher disputes the editorial board's decision, or if the published paper is filed for violation of research ethics, the ethics committee will review and make a final decision.

5. If a published paper is found to violate research ethics, the following procedure shall be taken.

  • 1) The author shall be notified in writing of the withdrawal of the paper, the fact shall be disclosed on the on-line homepage of KSCCN, and the list and contents of the online paper shall be deleted.
  • 2) The author shall be disqualified for submitting to JKCCN for the next three years and shall not be able to conduct academic activities at KSCCN.
  • 3) The institution to which the author belongs shall be informed of the details of the ethical violation.

5. In case of suspected violation of research ethics or filed for violation of research ethics, the proceedings for deliberation shall be conducted in the order of "preliminary investigation" followed by "main investigation" and "decision". The Ethics Committee shall proceed with the deliberation process within 30 days and determine appropriate action.

  • 1) During the deliberation, the informant, the author, the witness, and the reference person may be required to present for the statement.
  • 2) The author may be required to submit evidence.
  • 3) The opinion of an external professional organization can be sought.





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