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At Health & New Media Research (HNMR), we uphold the integrity and independence of our scholarly content by maintaining a strict separation between advertising content and our editorial processes. We accept advertising and sponsorship for our printed journal under the following principles:

  • Separation of Content: Advertisements and sponsorship content are clearly distinguished from editorial content. Our editorial team does not have advance knowledge of advertisers, and advertisers have no input regarding any of our editorial decisions or policies. Editorial content is never altered, added, or deleted to accommodate advertisements.
  • Handling of Advertisements: The responsibility for overseeing advertisements at HNMR is shared among key members of the editorial team to ensure that advertising does not influence editorial content. This team, led by the Managing Editor and supported by the Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors, enforces a clear separation between advertisements and editorial content. This group collectively ensures that all advertisements are in keeping with our ethical standards and that there is a physical and conceptual distinction maintained between commercial and editorial materials.
  • Team Approach: This collaborative approach helps in maintaining the integrity of our editorial processes and ensures that the responsibility does not fall on a single individual. It also provides a system of checks and balances that enhances our ability to remain impartial and committed to ethical standards.
  • Transparency and Independence: All decisions regarding the acceptance, placement, and content of advertisements are made with the aim of preserving the trust and confidence of our readership. Advertisements are clearly labeled and are never allowed to influence editorial content, directly or indirectly.
  • Right to Decline or Cancel: We reserve the right to decline or cancel any advertisement at any time, particularly if it conflicts with our ethical guidelines or does not align with the interests of our academic audience.

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