Modifications to authorship constitute a substantial alteration, and it is strongly recommended that authors clarify the authorship details of their manuscripts, including the sequence of authors' names, prior to submission. Therefore, it is imperative to complete the submissions details form and publishing agreement form meticulously from the outset. Changes to authorship after submission will only be considered in exceptional circumstances and require approval from the Editor-in-Chief.

Requests for alterations in authorship must be submitted in writing and should provide a reason for the proposed change. The letter must be signed by all parties involved, and the email through which the letter is transmitted should be copied to all concerned parties. Additionally, the email should encompass a new publishing agreement signed by all final authors. To arrive at an equitable decision, the Editor-in-Chief may reach out to any of the authors and their respective institutions for additional information regarding the requested change.

Approved changes post-publication will also mandate a correction following the Journal's correction policy.

It is important to note that it is not the responsibility of the Editor-in-Chief to arbitrate authorship disputes.