Rev Rene in Scielo
Editorial Policy and Ethical Considerations
Rev Rene publishes manuscripts in Portuguese, English, and Spanish by researchers from the field of Nursing and related disciplines, provided that they contribute to the practice and discipline of Nursing.
Submission to Rev Rene implies that the content has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts with similarities to previously published articles, even in parts of the text, figures, or tables, will be excluded from the evaluation process at any stage.
Rev Rene adopts the continuous publication process (rolling pass).
When submitting a manuscript to Rev Rene, your name, e-mail address, affiliation, and other personal contact details will be used for regular production and publishing purposes. Rev Rene recognizes the importance of protecting users' personal information and seeks to maintain the security, integrity, and privacy of personal data collected and processed.
Rev Rene will accept manuscripts from preprint repositories (https://preprints.scielo.org/index.php/scielo) for the peer review process and supports open science policy by depositing data in national repositories (Open Data).
This journal offers immediate Open Access to its content, following the principle that making scientific knowledge available to the public free of charge provides greater global democratization of knowledge. Therefore, manuscript files can be downloaded at no charge.
Rev Rene uses the LOCKSS system. The LOCKSS (Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe) system ensures secure and permanent journal cache archiving and is supported by OJS.
The veracity of the information and citations is the authors' sole responsibility. Concepts, ideas, and opinions expressed in the manuscripts and the accuracy, adequacy, and origin of the bibliographic references are the authors' sole responsibility, not necessarily reflect the position of Rev Rene's Editorial Board.
Rev Rene follows the COPE (Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors - Committee on Publication Ethics) guidelines. The Journal warns that copying a study or part of it by another author or even its own publication constitutes unacceptable fraud and dishonesty. Rev Rene uses the software iThenticate for locating similar texts and identifying plagiarism and self-plagiarism. The journal recommends that authors do not use the ideas and words from others without acknowledging the source of information. Check out more details about plagiarism and ethics at this link
Manuscripts must be submitted through the electronic system (OJS) in Portuguese, English, or Spanish. After approval in the pre-analysis carried out by the Chief Editor, the manuscript will be evaluated by the journal's editorial staff, who will verify the adherence to the guidelines available in the instructions to authors section (http://periodicos.ufc.br/rene/about/submissions). If the manuscript returns more than three times to adapt to the journal's guidelines, it will be archived.