Publications Ethics and Malpractice Statement

Publications Ethics and Malpractice Statement for the International Journal of Nurture in Education

The Journal complies with the Core practices of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), see
https://publicationethics.org/files/editable-bean/COPE_Core_Practices_0.pdf
and makes a commitment to the highest standards of publishing ethics and practice, overseen by the Research, Evaluation and Ethics sub-group of the Board of Trustees of nurtureuk. Whilst ethical issues can be referred to this sub-group, it is specified to authors that it is their responsibility to apply ethical standards e.g. BERA’s code of ethics, to their research. Any allegations of misconduct, complaints and appeals are referred to the sub-group.

Authors are asked to complete a declaration of interest in relation to their submission, if appropriate.

Papers are checked for plagiarism (See advice to authors) if thought appropriate by Editor or reviewers