If there is no conflict, please indicate that “the author declares that there is no conflict of interest”. You may find the following useful resources for more information on conflict of interest policies, existing codes of conduct and more general best practices in the ethics of magazine publications: a potentially conflicting interest may arise from relationships, loyalties or hostilities towards certain groups, organisations or interests that may unreasever influence their own judgments or actions. The subject is particularly sensitive when such interests are private and/or can generate personal benefits. “Conflicts of interest arise when authors, reviewers or publishers have interests that are not fully visible and that can influence their judgments about what is published. As a result, some SAGE magazines require a formal declaration of conflicting interests to publish a statement within the published paginated article. Please read the manuscript deposit guidelines on the magazine page to check the guidelines of the SAGE journal, in which you are submitting or publishing, to ensure that you meet all the specific requirements. The same obligations apply to editors or guest editors who write an editorial published in the journal. In your Journal Publishing Contributor Agreement, you are asked to confirm the following: The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) notes in its Guidelines on Good Publication (2003) that: View a Common Standard for Conflict of Interest Disclosure published by Center for Science in the Public Interest. Consult the guidelines published by the Ethics Publications Committee (COPE) on good publication and the code of conduct.
Consultez les directives de l’International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE). . . .