Retraction, Correction, Withdrawal Policy
Correctional representatives all have the need to produce clear and concise written directives for staff, wrongdoers, and the community. provided the issues of administrative liability, accreditation standards, case law, and the need to support professional behaviour, written policy and procedure is a necessity. It is also the basis for staff supervision, training, and supporting a defence when things go wrong. Corrections are published in the subsequent issue under Corrections and addendum.
A retraction is a public statement made about an earlier statement that withdraws, cancels, refutes, or reverses the original statement or ceases and desists from publishing the original statement. The retraction may be initiated by the editors of a journal, or by the author(s) of the papers (or their institution). The editors will consult reviewers for their comments. The article will be retracted in cases such as multiple submission, plagiarism or fraudulent use of data. An alteration that changes the main point of the original statement is generally referred to as a retraction while an alteration that leaves the main point of a statement intact is usually referred to simply as a correction. Depending on the circumstances, either a retraction or correction is the appropriate remedy. EEHC’s journal Retraction policy is based, in large part, on the guidelines and standards developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Please see https://publicationethics.org/files/retraction%20guidelines.pdf
Few of the authors request withdrawal of manuscript from the publication process after submission or after publication. In some instances, the request for withdrawal is made when the manuscript is only a few days away from publication in the journal. This may cause the time waste by the editors, reviewers, and the editorial staff. To withdraw an Article, a formal request has to be made by the Corresponding Author in the specified template. Withdrawn means that the article is archived in our database and not further acted upon. Articles which have not been published yet but represent early versions of articles, are discovered to be accidental duplicates of other published article(s), or are determined to violate our journal publishing ethics guidelines in the view of the editors may be “Withdrawn” from our group Journals. If an Article is withdrawn from Journals, a penalty will be levied. That is a withdrawal within 10 days of submission, the author is allowed to withdraw the manuscript without paying any withdrawal fee, however, if authors withdraw manuscripts any time after review and acceptance, a withdrawal fee will have to be paid.
A penalty will be levied even if the Article is allowed to be withdrawn after its publication from Journal and the APC which has been paid for this Article shall also not be refunded.
Penalty Amount - $50/