- A modification or correction of previously published material; (sometimes called “errata”)
- Correction refers to changes the author wants to introduce post-acceptance, at any time after that, during the publication processes or post-publication.
- If the author determines it is scientifically necessary, it should be made. A Correction is then created and published in the next available issue.
- In addition, it is linked online to the published article, and if the article is referenced, the Correction information should be included.
Correction must be submitted as a new article
All corrections must be submitted on the journal website and will be reviewed by the EIC. After accepting a correction, this new article will be published in the journal.
The maximum word count of a correction is 250 words.