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These website terms of service encompass your use of this website, including all internal web pages. These terms regulate your access to and use of our website, which can be found at https://psychosocial.com and its sub-domains and related pages. Please keep in mind that these Terms apply regardless of how you access this site. You agree to be bound by these Terms and Conditions by accessing or using this site. These Terms and Conditions include the Privacy Policy for the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation site, as well as any guidelines, rules, additional terms, or disclaimers that may be posted and updated on the site. Please do not use the Site if you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions.

The Site's General AvailabilityWe do not insure that the Site or any of its content will always be available, flawless, precise, or free of errors, exclusions, bugs, or viruses. The Site is only available on a temporary and as-is basis. We reserve the right to suspend, withdraw, discontinue, or change all or any portion of the Site without notice. We will not be liable to you if our site is unavailable at any time or for any period of time. You are responsible for creating backup copies of your Contribution on a regular basis.
Confidentiality and Intellectual Property RightsExcept for articles marked "Open Access" on our Site, which may be used in accordance with the terms of the "Publication of Articles" section below:
All of the intellectual property rights on the Site are owned by the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and will remain so at all times. Except as expressly permitted by the Terms, you may not copy or use any part of the Site, including text, graphics, trademarks, logos, videos, images, applications, programs, source codes, computer codes, web page designs, and any other information.
You also may print or download any content from the Site for your individual, non-commercial, intellectual, or scholarly use, as long as all copyright and other proprietary notices are preserved.
We do not allow anyone to copy, display, distribute, modify, publish, reproduce, store, transmit, post, translate, or create any derivative work from the content obtained from the site, except in the form permitted by the Terms and Conditions, relevant license, or by subscription or authorization from the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation.
Publication of ArticlesYou acknowledge and agree that if and when your article is accepted for publication, we will publish it under the terms of the Creative Commons License, which allows for non-commercial re-use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium as long as the original work is properly cited.
If we believe that the copyright in your Contribution has been or is likely to be infringed, we have the right (after giving you reasonable notice) to take whatever action we deem appropriate. You agree not to do anything that could jeopardize or our handling of such claim, and we reserve the right, upon giving you notice, to use your name and the name of any other co-author as a party to such proceedings and to control, settle, or compromise such proceedings as we see fit. We reserve the right, for any reason, to refuse to publish any article or other Contribution.
By submitting or making a Contribution (including, but not limited to, all tables, abstracts, illustrations, data, diagrams, and other materials accompanying the Contribution's text) for publication by us, you represent and warrant that:
  • You are the sole author of the Contribution, or you have been authorized by and have the full permission, license, and consent of all co-authors to submit the Contribution.
  • You are legally able and entitled to submit the Contribution and authorize us to publish it in accordance with the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution license, as described earlier in this section, and you are legally able and entitled to authorize us to publish any data relating to the Contribution in accordance with the terms of the Creative Commons, as described earlier in this section.
  • The contribution is unique, has not previously been published in any form, and is not currently being considered for publication by another journal.
  • You have obtained all necessary permissions and licenses for any third-party material, data, or code contained in the Contribution (including, but not limited to, all illustrations, charts, photographs, maps, or other material), and the Contribution does not violate any third-party copyright, trade mark right, or other rights.
  • You have disclosed to us all possible conflicts of interest, including without limitation, commercial associations, or financial interests held by you and any co-authors, in accordance with any Policies.
  • No advice, recipe, formula, or instruction in the Contribution, if followed or implemented by anyone, will cause them or anyone else loss, damage, or injury.
  • Any research done for the Contribution complied with all applicable laws, regulations, and codes of practice.
  • Due care, diligence, and all other necessary investigations were conducted in the preparation of the Contribution to ensure its accuracy, and all statements purporting to be factual contained in it are true and correct.
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You agree to indemnify and hold the International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, its directors, officers, shareholders, predecessors, successors in interest, employees, agents, suppliers, and licensors harmless from and against any and all third-party claims of liability, losses, damages, and costs, including reasonable attorneys' fees, arising out of or in connection with your use or inability to use the Site or its Content, products, or services. 
All matters concerning your access to or use of the Site, including any disputes, shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws under COPE guidelines. Any claim arising from or related to your use of or inability to use the Site or its Content, products, or services must be brought within one (1) year of the event, or such claim will be barred.
Cookie PolicySome of our web pages use "cookies" to provide you with more personalized information when individuals return to our site. Cookies are identifiers that a website can send to your browser and store on your computer to make your next visit to our site easier. You can configure your browser to notify you when a cookie is sent, giving you the option of accepting or rejecting it. We use the information we collect and analyze to better serve you.
Privacy PolicyWe value your privacy and recognize the importance of safeguarding personally identifiable information that can be used to identify you, such as your name, address, and phone number, that you share with us. We want to reassure you that when it comes to protecting your privacy on our websites, we adhere to appropriate standards. This policy is current and can be amended at any time in accordance with our practices implemented within our organization in relation to personal data and other relevant legal rights. This is used to facilitate collaboration between us, as a publishing authority, and you, as a researcher/author. We recommend that you read the passage below completely and carefully before using our website services and that you keep an eye on regular updates, if any, that may be incurred on a timely basis and that may change in accordance with the terms of this policy.
When you make personal data public, when authors download, install, or use any of our website fields, when our authors register to use any of our website services, when they visit our website, or when they interact with any third-party content or advertising on a site, we collect or obtain data. We may also receive personal information about our authors from third parties such as law enforcement authorities. We obtain personal data when they contact us via email, phone, or any other digital communication means. We collect their personal data such as your email and link, that they expressly choose to make public such as through social media platforms, if they post publicly about us, or when they visit our website's resources.
Furthermore, we disclose personal data to you and, where appropriate, our legal groups and government regulators, upon the proposal, or for the purposes of documenting any actual or probable breach of applicable statute or regulation, accountants, auditors, litigators, and other outside consultants to International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation, all of which are obligated by means to support legal provisions. In compliance with the law, we share your information with other entities within our company for legitimate business interests and the functionality of our sites, products, or publication services to you. We share authors’ personal data with government and regulatory security agencies, as well as outside consultants, our editors, peers, and other legal proceedings authorities, in investigating, detecting, or preventing criminal offenses, and third-party services of advertising plugins in the usage of our website “www.pyschosocial.com”. In the given situations, we may reveal the data we have accumulated from authors and/or the material that they have made accessible on our site and We could also disclose of that kind information and content to others if we believe in good conscience that the rule mandates it or to safeguard the interests or property of our website or its visitors.
If the authors do not want us to use their name, address, e-mail ID, or other details, for our own marketing purposes, they are encouraged to notify us at editor@psychosocial.com. Similarly, if they prefer that we should not disclose data that they have given us to other companies, then they should let us know. Other businesses that provide offerings on our site, provide a co-branded edition of our site, or advertise on our webpage may use cookies or gather information regarding you autonomously. Except as stated above, we have no control over the data collected and utilized by these businesses. If the authors have any queries about how these enterprises collect data about authors, they should speak with these king of parties directly.