Submissions considered for publication in JPCC are received on the understanding that they have not been accepted for publication elsewhere and that all of the authors agree to the submission. The journal requires approval of manuscript submission by all authors. A cover letter signed by all authors constitutes submission approval. Manuscripts will not receive a final decision until a completed Copyright Status Form has been received. As soon as the article is published, the author is to have considered transferred his right to the publisher. This transfer will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information. All concepts, ideas, comments, manuscripts, illustrations, and all other materials disclosed or offered to the IAP intensive care chapter on or in connection with this Journal are submitted without any restrictions or expectation of confidentiality. The IAP intensive care chapter shall have no financial or other obligations to you when you do not submit such information, nor shall you assert any proprietary or moral right of any kind with respect to such submissions. The IAP intensive care chapter shall have the right to use, publish, reproduce, transmit, download, upload post, display or otherwise distribute your submissions in any manner without notice or compensation to you. Except for copyright, other proprietary rights related to the Work (e.g., patent or other rights to any process or procedure) shall be retained by the author. To reproduce any text, figures, tables, or illustrations from this Work in future works of their own, the author must obtain written permission from JPCC; such permission cannot be unreasonably withheld by JPCC.
The copyright of all accepted and published manuscripts lies with JPCC; these cannot be reproduced elsewhere or distributed in any form, in whole or part, without the written permission from the Editor-in-Chief. Mass photocopying of published article would also amount to copyright violation. The name, logo, thumbnail, cover design or contents of JPCC cannot be used to promote commercial goods, in any form, without prior permission. Unauthorized use will attract penalty and/or/ legal action. For permission to use copyrighted material, the editor-in-chief may be contacted at email@example.com