Self-Archieving

SELF-ARCHIVING POLICY

By signing the Copyright Transfer Statement, you still retain substantial rights, such as self-archiving:

Author(s) are permitted to self-archive a pre-print and an author’s accepted manuscript version of their Article.

a. A preprint is the author’s version of the article before peer-review has taken place (“Preprint”). Prior to acceptance for publication, author(s) retain the right to make a Preprint of their Article available on any of the following: their own personal, self-maintained website; a legally compliant preprint server such as but not limited to arXiv and bioRxiv. Once the article has been published, the author(s) should update the acknowledgment and provide a link to the definitive version on the publisher’s website: “This is a preprint of an article published in [insert journal title]. The final authenticated version is available online at: https://doi.org/[insert DOI]”.

b. An Author’s Accepted Manuscript (AAM) is the version accepted for publication in a journal following peer review, but prior to copyediting and typesetting, that can be made available under the following conditions:

(i) Author(s) retain the right to make an AAM of their Article available on their own personal, self-maintained website immediately on acceptance,

An acknowledgment in the following form should be included, together with a link to the published version on the publisher’s website: “This is a post-peer-review, pre-copy edit version of an article published in [insert journal title]. The final authenticated version is available online at: http://dx.doi.org/[insert DOI]”.

Preprint Sharing

Indonesian Journal of Health Administration/Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia encourages posting of preprints of primary research manuscripts on preprint servers, authors’ or institutional websites, and open communications between researchers, whether on community preprint servers or preprint commenting platforms. Preprints are defined as an author’s version of a research manuscript prior to formal peer review at a journal, which is deposited on a public server; preprints may be posted any time during the peer-review process. Posting of preprints is not considered prior publication and will not jeopardize consideration at Indonesian Journal of Health Administration/Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia. Manuscripts posted on preprint servers will not be taken into account when determining the advance provided by a study under consideration at Indonesian Journal of Health Administration/Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia.

Our policy on posting, licensing, citation of preprints, and communications with the media about preprints of primary research manuscripts is summarized below.

Authors should disclose details of preprint posting, including DOI and licensing terms, upon submission of the manuscript or at any other point during consideration at Indonesian Journal of Health Administration/Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia. Once the preprint is published, it is the author’s responsibility to ensure that the preprint record is updated with a publication reference, including the DOI and a URL link to the published version of the article on the journal website.

Preprints may be cited in the reference list of articles under consideration at Indonesian Journal of Health Administration/Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia, as shown below:

Zein, R. A., Putri, N. K. and Ridlo, I. A. (2019) Do Justice and Trust Affect Acceptability of Indonesian Social Health Insurance Policy? A cross-sectional survey of laypeople and health care workers. INA-Rxiv. doi: 10.31227/osf.io/fvtjg.

Authors posting preprints are asked to respect our policy on communications with the media. Researchers may respond to requests from the media in response to a preprint or conference presentation by providing an explanation or clarification of the work or information about its context. In these circumstances, media coverage will not hinder the editorial handling of the submission. Researchers should be aware, however, that such coverage may reduce or pre-empt coverage by other media at the time of publication. We also advise that researchers should make it clear that the paper has not yet undergone peer review, that the findings are provisional and that the conclusions may change.