The title page must contain the following information:
- Title. The title of the manuscript: not more than 15 words.
- The full names of all authors, institutions, city, and country of all co-authors.
- The name of the corresponding author, postal address, e-mail, telephone, and fax numbers.
- The short running title: not more than 40 characters.
Authorship - The ICMJE Recommendation
As stated in the ICMJE Recommendations, credit for authorship requires (a) substantial contributions to the conception and design; or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of the data, (b) the drafting of the article or critical revision for important intellectual content, (c) final approval of the version to be published, and (d) agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the article are appropriately investigated and resolved. Each author must sign a statement attesting that he or she fulfills the authorship criteria of the ICMJE. Find and download Authorship statement Recommendations (e.g., Thelma J. Smith, for the Boston Porphyria Group). As part of the submission process, authors must indicate whether any writing assistance other than copy editing was provided. Any change in authorship after submission must be approved in writing by all authors.
The aim of an Editorial is to stimulate thought (often with more questions than answers) rather than review the subject exhaustively. Editorials are usually linked to one or more articles published in the same issue. Personal opinion and comment are perfectly legitimate since the Editorial is not anonymous, though of course such opinion needs to be reasonable and backed up by appropriate evidence.
Word count: up to 1200-1500 words.
Illustrations/Tables: no tables and/or figures.
References: up to 15.
Word count: the length will be indicated by or will be discussed with the editor, but will usually be less than 3000 words. Abstract: approximately 200-300 words.
A review article should be presented in sections - namely:
- Title of The Article
- Abstract. should be of approximately 200-300 words, Provide a brief summary of the review question being addressed or rationale for the review, the major studies reviewed, and conclusions drawn. Please define abstract in two version languages (Bahasa and English).
- Keywords. No more than 5. These should be given beneath the Abstract and in the box provided in the online submission process.
- Introduction. No more than 2 paragraphs (500 words). Without subtitles, state the rationale for the study some references, state the novelties and main problem. Brief description of the background that led to the study (current results and conclusions should not be included).
- Subtitles in keeping with needs
- Acknowledgments and affiliations. Individuals with direct involvement in the study but not included in authorship may be acknowledged. The source of financial support and industry affiliations of all those involved must be stated.
- Reference. The minimal number of references should be 30 and 85% of them should be recent (published during the last 10 years, with the majority during the last 5 years). Compliance with journal format (Vancouver style).
- Figure legends maximum 5 tables and/or figures.
Abstracts should not be more than 250 words
Keywords: provide 3 – 10 keywords
[This section can include background information such as prior work and the objective of the study. Citations must be in superscripted Arabic numerals within round brackets following the punctuation. Abbreviations are defined in full at their first instance.]
Helminthiasis is still one of the health problems in the world, particularly in developing and subtropical countries, including Indonesia.(1) It has been estimated that around two thousand million people are infected with at least one of these parasites, with the highest prevalence found in poor areas with poor sanitation and hygiene.(1,2)
Describe the rationale of the study (need and significance). Summarise the previous relevant research and explains the author’s findings (pro and kontra results). Describe the novelty of the study.
Describe the objective of the study.
[Generally, each major section of your manuscript should have a heading. The most common breakdown of a paper is given below, with some subheadings related to the above example text. Please delete or include as needed.]
Sample size determination
This section may be divided by subheadings. It should provide a concise and precise description of the experimental results and their interpretation.
Summarise the major findings
Compare your results with previous work
Discuss the scientific of your findings
Limitations of the study
The clinical implication of the study
Should be brief and contain the most important facts which have been identified in the paper. Conclusions must arise from the results obtained during the investigation and should include the possible application of these results. Both affirmative and negating conclusions should be stated.
(Acknowledgements) if any should be stated in this section.
Conflict of interest
Disclose any personal financial interests related to the subject matters discussed in the manuscript here. For example, authors who are owners or employees of companies that market services described in a manuscript will be disclosed here. If there are no conflicts, please write "Competing interests: No relevant disclosures".
The minimal number of references should be 20 and 85% of them should be recent (published during the last 10 years, with the majority during the last 5 years). References must be numbered in order of appearance in the text (including citations in tables and legends) and listed individually at the end of the manuscript. We recommend preparing the references with a bibliography software package, such as EndNote or Mendeley to avoid typing mistakes and duplicated references. Include the digital object identifier (DOI) for all references where available.
In the text, reference numbers should be placed in square brackets and superscript ( ), and placed after the punctuation; for example. (1) or.(1-3)
Table 1. (see template manuscript)
Figure 1. This is a figure, Schemes follow the same formatting. If there are multiple panels, they should be listed as: (a) Description of what is contained in the first panel; (b) Description of what is contained in the second panel.
The total number of words of the manuscript, including the entire text, references, tables, and figures: not more than 5000 words or 16 pages.
The total number of tables and figures not more than 5.
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Fewer than 2000 words
Authors must include a comprehensive literature review if a rare event.
- Must contain Introduction, Case Report, and Discussion. The Introduction should include the need and rationale for the new technique.
- Must use text TEMPLATE for guide: Download Template Case Report Manuscript here
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[Updated 2021 February 25]