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Dr. Rashi Sharma


Publication, ethics, Plagiarism, Helsinki Declaration, conflict of interest, authorship, scientific misconduct


The primary goal of writing a scientific research article is to disseminate knowledge, enhance healthcare practices, and contribute to the advancement of human well-being. Scientific contributions not only establish expertise but also foster recognition within the professional community and society at large. This paper explores the emergence of publication ethics, the significance of ethical conduct in medical research, and various dimensions of ethical issues in scientific writing.

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