Please read and follow this section of the Taylor & Francis Editorial Policies if you use images or figures in your article. These instructions apply to all Taylor & Francis Group journals but note there are specific considerations for arts, humanities, and social sciences research and considerations for science, technology, and medicine research.
All content of this type should only be included in the article if it is relevant and valuable to the work reported. You should refrain from adding images and figures which are purely illustrative and do not add value to the scholarly work.
Consent from image subjects
Content (e.g., photographs, video or audio recordings, 3D models, illustrations, etc.) which can reveal the identity of patients, study participants, or study subjects can only be included if they (or parents/guardians if they are underage or considered unable to provide informed consent, or their next of kin if participants are deceased) have provided Consent to Publish.
Any images or figures which have been obtained from another published source, can only be re-used if you have obtained the appropriate permissions for re-use from the copyright owner.
A statement to confirm this must be included within the figure legend. The original source of the image must be cited, even in cases where the image or figure is not under copyright, or if re-use is allowed under a license which permits unrestricted re-use.