The retraction article policy in the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Sciences (JPS) has implemented designs to resolve professional codes of ethics, such as multiple submissions, false claims of authorship, plagiarism, use of fake data, or the like. When a change is published, we will review our withdrawal policy and welcome input from the academic community and the library. See also the National Library of Medicine Policy on withdrawals and recommendations from the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) regarding corrections and retractions.
Standards for retraction abuse have been developed by a number of libraries and scientific bodies, and these best practices were adopted by the Journal of Pharmaceutical and Sciences (JPS) to handle article recalls, and article corrections.
- Retraction notes entitled "Retraction: [article title]" approved by the author and editor published in the disclosed section of the next journal and the next journal in the content list.
- Online articles are preceded by information containing retraction notes. Information omitted by the link; can then proceed to the article itself.
- The original PDF format article is saved, then the editor will upload a PDF file containing the title "Retraction: [article title]" and an abstract with a watermark "Retraction". on every page.
- HTML version of the document that only contains the title with the format "Retraction: [article title]", in the abstract section is written "Retraction". With the font size Heading 2.