The publication and its editorial team will promote, through its policies and actions, the ethics in the investigation process, the appropriate use of contents protected by copyright and the quality of the works that it publishes, so that the different collaborators (editors, authors and evaluators) interact according to the principle of academic integrity. The publication follows the recommendations of the Committee of Publication Ethics (COPE) for the management of inappropriate behaviour in academic publication.
Retractions, corrections and conflict resolutions. The publication follows the guidelines (http://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines) and the procedures (http://publicationethics.org/resources/flowcharts) of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) for the management of inappropriate behaviour in academic publication. Likewise, it will follow the COPE guidelines for the retractions or corrections of articles already published presenting errors affecting its scientific quality or the proper recognition of its authors, either by involuntary mistakes in the investigation process and publication or because of serious ethics issues such as plagiarism, manipulation of data, amongst others.