E-ISSN 2564-615X
Instructions for Autors

 

1 Formatting


Font: Arial, 11 point. Use margins of at least 2.5 cm (1 inch).

 

Title: Use bold for your article title, with an initial capital letter for any proper nouns.

 

Authors’ names: Give the names of all contributing authors on the title page exactly as you wish them to appear in the published article.

Example: Smith A.B.

 

Affiliations: List the affiliation of each author by using numbers in superscript (department, university, city, country).

Example: Department of Medical Genetics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England

 

Correspondence details: Please use “*” symbol after superscript for corresponding author and provide an email address for the corresponding author.

Example:

Smith A.B1*, John D.B2

1Department of Medical Genetics, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England

2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England

 

A) Research Article

 

Word count 2000-5000.

 

Abstract: Maximum word count must be 300. This section should detail the problems, experimental approach, major findings and conclusion in one paragraph and should appear on the second page. Avoid abbreviations, diagrams and references in the abstract.

 

Keywords: Please provide up to five keywords

 

Headings: Please indicate the level of the section headings in your article: First-level headings (Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusions.) should be in bold.

 

Introduction: This section must contain background information on the subject of investigation, relating similar previous researches, and must be ended with a description of the purpose of the work.

 

Materials and Methods: Studied materials, used instruments, chemicals, databases and related research methods details must be clearly described.

 

Results: The results should be concisely presented.

 

Discussions: This section must contain comparison of work with other published works, and describe the similarities, differences and novelty.

 

Tables, Graphs and Figures (Illustrations) should be consecutively numbered and inserted into the main text at the respective chosen places.

  

References:

 

You can download EndNote file from home page.

 

Please use numbers to indicate references by appearance order in main text and at the end of the manuscript under “References” heading.

 

Examples:

1. Hodgman MJ, Garrard AR. A Review of Acetaminophen Poisoning.

Crit Care Clin 2012; 28(4): 499-516.

 

2. Ferner RE, Dear JW, Bateman DN. Management of paracetamol poisoning.

BMJ 2011; 342: d2218.

 

3. Pettie J, Dow M. Assessment and management of paracetamol poisoning

in adults. Nurs Stand 2013; 27(47): 39-47.

 

4. Ramlawi M, Marti C, Sarasin F. Paracetamol overdose. Rev Med Suisse.

2013; 9(394): 1478-82.

  

B) Review Article:

 

Word count 2500-8000.

 

Abstract:

• Background (information available and accepted in the field; why the topic is worthy of a review)

• Purpose and scope

• Summary of new synthesis and conclusions reached in the review

• Conclusion (limitations, significance, take-home message)

The limit is 300 words.

 

1 Introduction

2 Section titles

2.1 Subheadings

 

Tables, Graphs and Figures (Illustrations) should be inserted into the main text at the respective chosen places.

 

References:

 

You can download EndNote file from home page.

 

Please use numbers to indicate references by appearance order in main text and at the end of the manuscript under “References” heading.

 

Examples:

1. Hodgman MJ, Garrard AR. A Review of Acetaminophen Poisoning.

Crit Care Clin 2012; 28(4): 499-516.

 

2. Ferner RE, Dear JW, Bateman DN. Management of paracetamol poisoning.

BMJ 2011; 342: d2218.

 

3. Pettie J, Dow M. Assessment and management of paracetamol poisoning

in adults. Nurs Stand 2013; 27(47): 39-47.

 

4. Ramlawi M, Marti C, Sarasin F. Paracetamol overdose. Rev Med Suisse.

2013; 9(394): 1478-82.

 

C) Short communications:

 

Maximum word count 2000.

Maximum reference number 10.

 

Abstract

Introduction

Materials and Methods

Results

Discussions

 

References:

 

You can download EndNote file from home page.

 

Please use numbers to indicate references by appearance order in main text and at the end of the manuscript under “References” heading.

 

Examples:

1. Hodgman MJ, Garrard AR. A Review of Acetaminophen Poisoning.

Crit Care Clin 2012; 28(4): 499-516.

 

2. Ferner RE, Dear JW, Bateman DN. Management of paracetamol poisoning.

BMJ 2011; 342: d2218.

 

3. Pettie J, Dow M. Assessment and management of paracetamol poisoning

in adults. Nurs Stand 2013; 27(47): 39-47.

 

4. Ramlawi M, Marti C, Sarasin F. Paracetamol overdose. Rev Med Suisse.

2013; 9(394): 1478-82.

 

2 Conflict of interest statement and Acknowledgements:

 

The Authors must declare, positively or negatively, whether or not they have any competing interests/conflicts of interest and include any Acknowledgements after the Conclusion section and before the References section of the manuscript.

 

3 Ethical Review and Approval.

 

All manuscripts that describe biomedical studies of individual human subjects must include explicit assurance that signed informed consent was obtained from each subject or from their legal guardian and that the study protocol was reviewed and approved by the appropriate ethical committee. Any manuscript describing experimental studies with animals must include explicit assurance that animal care was humane and in accord with institutional guidelines. In a statement at the end of the manuscript, identify Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval and name the approving IRB. Specify that participants signed written informed consent. If IRB approval or written informed consent was not obtained, authors must explain why not.

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