Journal IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration), uses guidelines issued by the Publication Ethics Committee (COPE). The IJWHA Journal (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration) requires that all articles involving human subjects respect the ethical principles of research as set out in the Declaration of Helsinki. Research involving animals as subjects is also required to comply with the International Principles for Biomedical Research issued by the International Health Information Science Board (CIOMS). Ethical publications must be clear to improve the quality of research. IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration) COPE adapts to meet ethical standards for publishers, editors, authors, and reviewers.

The following are ethical standards for editors, writers, and reviewers.


  1. The editor is responsible for every article published in IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration).
  2. Editors must assist authors to follow the Guidelines for writers.
  3. Editors can communicate with other editors and reviewers in making the final decision.
  4. An editor must objectively evaluate manuscripts for publication, assessing each quality regardless of the author's nationality, ethnicity, political beliefs, race, religion, gender, seniority, or institutional affiliation. Editors must decline assignments if there is a potential conflict of interest.
  5. Editors need to ensure that documents sent to reviewers do not contain author information, and vice versa.
  6. The editor's decision must be notified to the author with the reviewer's comment unless it contains offensive or defamatory comments.
  7. Editors must respect the author's request that someone should not review his submission if the reasons are reasonable and practical.
  8. Editors and all staff must ensure the confidentiality of submitted manuscripts.
  9. Editors will be guided by the COPE flowchart in case of false suspicion or disputed authorship.


  1. Reviewers comment on possible errors in ethical research and publications.
  2. Reviewers must do work on time and notify Editors if they are unable to complete work.
  3. Reviewers must maintain the confidentiality of the manuscript.
  4. Reviewers may not accept and review manuscripts if there is a potential conflict of interest between them and the authors.


  1. The author ensures that the material to be published has never been published and sent to another place at the same time.
  2. Authors must verify the authenticity of their research and that they have properly cited others according to the reference format.
  3. The author does not engage in plagiarism.
  4. Authors must follow the criteria described in the guidelines for writing to authors.
  5. Authors are not advised to publish any personal information that can make a patient's identity identifiable in the form of a description section, photo, or genealogy. If the patient's photo is very important and indispensable as scientific information, then the author has obtained written consent and has stated it clearly.
  6. In the case of human trials, the authors state that the research complies with the ethical standards of the Declaration of Helsinki, which led to the trials in humans. If there is any doubt as to whether the research is taking place in accordance with the declaration, then the author should explain it. In the case of experimental animals, the authors have been authorized that the authors have followed the guidelines abroad and with regard to animal experiments in the laboratory.
  7. Authors must submit data and details to the editor if falsification or creation of data is suspected.
  8. Authors must clarify anything that may cause a conflict of interest such as employment, research fees, consulting fees, and intellectual property for guidance for authors.


The editor of IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration), treats submitted manuscripts and all communications with authors and referees as confidential. Authors should also treat communications with the journal as confidential. Correspondence with journals, review reports, and other confidential material may not be posted on any website or published without the permission of the editor, regardless of whether or not the release is published.


Copyright of all articles published in IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration), is exclusively owned by the author. Any reproduction of material from the Journal without prior acknowledgment or permission will result in a violation of intellectual property laws. Written acceptance of the journal publishing agreement is required before articles can be published.


who may have complaints about their interaction with IJWHA (Indonesian Journal of Wiyata Health Administration) should email the Editor in Chief to