Journal of PeerScientist | Article Correction Policy:
If author/s realizes that some significant changes/corrections must be done after publication of the article, the author can write a letter to Editor-in-Chief stating the reason and justification along with the changes of the article. The author should clearly mention the complete details of the changes made in the article and need to be signed by all the authors. After receiving all these details correctly, the Editor-in-Chief handles the issue via consulting Editor/ and Reviewers (who had handled the article before) to take a final decision. If the concerned Editor or Reviewer is not available, then Editor-in-Chief needs to assign this issue to two/three Editors who have the same expertise of the article to follow the Peer Review Process. If these changes are accepted by the Editor-in-Chief, then the article will be replaced with the corrected article along with the text stating that the article has been replaced due to significant corrections.