Screening for Plagiarism

Articles published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical were subjected to a plagiarism check using Google Scholar and Turnitin, with a maximum similarity value of 25%. The Journal of Pharmaceutical wishes to guarantee that all writers exercise caution and adhere to academic integrity norms, notably regarding plagiarism. Plagiarism occurs when an author steals ideas, information, or words from another source without giving credit to the source. Plagiarism, even if unintentional, is a serious academic offense that is unacceptable in scholarly publications. Papers submitted to The Journal of Pharmaceutical will be vetted and checked for plagiarism using Turnitin, however an author should be checked prior to submitting the paper.