Guides to Authors
Guides to Authors 31.07.2015 | 07:50
 
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—Authors submitting manuscript to the journal should ensure that this submission is original work and is neither currently under consideration for publication  elsewhere, nor has been published as a copyrighted material before. If authors have used the  ideas, and/or words of others researchers, they should acknowledge that through proper quotes or citations.
 
 
Originality
 
Plagiarism—Plagiarism appears into various types, such as claiming the authorship of work by others, copying and paraphrasing major parts of others research (without attribution), and using the results of research conducted by other researchers. However, any type of plagiarism is unacceptable and is considered unethical publishing behavior. Such manuscripts will be rejected.
 
Authorship of Manuscripts—Authorship of a manuscript should be limited to authors who have made significant contributions and the names of authors should be ranked by efforts. The corresponding author must ensure that all listed coauthors have seen and approved the final version of the manuscript (as it appeared in the proofreading copy) and agreed to its publication in the journal. Authors can permit others to replicate their work.
Multiple or Concurrent Publication— Authors should not publish manuscripts  describing essentially the same research in more than one journal. Submitting the same manuscript to more than one journal concurrently constitutes unethical publishing behavior  and is unacceptable. This action leads to the rejection of the submitted manuscripts.
 
Acknowledgement of the Work of Others—Authors should always properly and  accurately acknowledge the work of others. Authors should cite publications that have significant contribution to their submitted manuscripts. Unacknowledged work of others contributing to manuscripts is unethical behavior and is unacceptable. Such manuscripts will be rejected.
Reported objectives, discussions, data, statistical analysis, and results should be accurate. Fraudulent or knowingly inaccurate results constitute unethical behavior and are unacceptable. Such manuscripts will be rejected; Neither the editors nor the Editorial Board are responsible for authors’ expressed opinions, views, and the contents of the published manuscripts in the journal. The originality, proofreading of manuscripts and errors are the sole responsibility of the individual authors.
Disclaimer
 
All manuscripts submitted for review and publication in the journal go under double-blind reviews for authenticity, ethical issues, and useful contributions. Decisions of the reviewers are the only tool for publication in the journal and will be final.
 
2.0. Original research articles should be structured in the following sections:
TITLE OF THE PAPER
ABSTRACT (Aim; Material/Methods; Results; Conclusions; Key words),
INTRODUCTION
MATERIAL AND METHODS/EXPERIMENTAL PART
RESULTS
DISCUSSION
CONCLUSION(S)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
REFERENCES
 
 
3.0. Guidelines for Manuscript Preparation 
The manuscript should be prepared and formatted using the latest edition (6th edition) of the "Publication Manual of the APA" including levels of headings, citations, statistical and mathematical copies, tables and figures, and references. You may refer to the following links for the APA style guide: 
http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
http://www.esnips.com/web/APA6thed
http://www.fileguru.com/apps/apa_template_6th_edition
http://www.smartcode.com/downloads/apa-6th-edition.html
Font size should be 12 times new roman including the title page except for the table numbers which can be smaller to fit the page. country, e-mail address/es, contact numbers of the authors.
The paragraphs for the entire manuscript are typed using single spacing (including title page, references, and author bio profile). There should be no spaces in between paragraphs. A space is only placed in between headings.
The left and right margins are 3.18 cm. Top and down margins are 2.54 cm (Office 2003 default).
Provide 5-9 keywords below the abstract.
Avoid using footnotes. If this cannot be avoided, reconstruct the footnotes as endnotes found at the end of the manuscript.
Tables and figures are interjected in the text where they are supposed to be found. 
Tables and figures should fit in a portrait format (not landscape).
Tables and figures should fit one page of a manuscript in portrait format (not 
landscape). If the tables and figures are long, place them in the appendix. If the text is enough to illustrate the results, no need to report tables and figures. 
Provide a one paragraph (3 to 4 sentences) bio profile for each author placed at the end of the manuscript. Indicate the institutional affiliation, country, and e-mail address. 
Submit the manuscript as a single word file. Do not separate the manuscript into several files. 
The length of the manuscript should not exceed more than 10 pages (5 000 word) 
(Times New Roman 12, spacing 2 (double), titles Times New Roman Bold 14, subtitle Times New Roman, bold, 12). 
 
TITLE
The title of the article should be short, concise and descriptive. Names of authors with full address of the department, institution or clinic where the work has been performed but without concise academic and professional degrees should be used.
 
ABSTRACT AND KEY WORDS
The abstract of the scientific article should contain no more than 300 words. The abstract should summarize relevant information. It should state the purpose of the investigation, basic procedures, main findings together with their statistical significance (if necessary), and principal conclusions. Up to 6 Key words are also to be provided for the purpose of indexing - on a new line underneath the abstract.
 
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
If applicable, max. 800 characters incl. spaces. The acknowledgments of the contributions of colleagues can be stated in this section as well as acknowledgments for financial support. If the manuscript was written for the occasion of personal or institutional anniversary it should be mentioned here.
 
TABLES
Tables should be submitted separately. Each table should be cited in the text and supplied with a brief title on the top of the table (Times New Roman 10, bold, spacing 1, example: Table 1. Changes in blood pressure). In every table all the abbreviations and non-standard units should be explained.
 
 
FIGURES
Figures should be submitted separately. Black and white color or grey shading is preferred. They should be numbered in Arabic numerals in order of appearance in the text, where they are referred to as Fig. 1, Fig. 2, etc. Figures that include more than one image should be organized economically and labeled as a, b, c, etc. (small letters). Under every figure a brief title has to be cited (Times New Roman 10, bold, spacing 1, example: Figure 1. Changes in blood pressure). In every figure all the abbreviations and non-standard units should be explained.
Photographs must be in JPG or TIFF format, preferred resolution 300 dpi. Graphs must be in GIF, TIFF or JPG format, preferred resolution 300 dpi
 
UNITS OF MEASUREMENT
Units of measurement should be in accordance with International System of Units (SI).
 
ABBREVIATIONS
Avoid abbreviations in the title and abstract except well-known or official nomenclature-based ones. The full term for which an abbreviation stands should precede its first occurrence in the text, further in the text abbreviation should be used only.
 
REFERENCES
Each mentioning of statements or findings by other authors should be supported by reference. Cited references in the text are to be cited using the surname(s) of the author(s) followed by the year of publication of the work referred to, e.g. (Huddle, 2010), (Huddle & Smith, 2010). In case of more than two authors, use name of first author followed by "et al.", e.g. (Smith et al., 2010). If several works are cited, they should be organized alphabetically, starting with A. If more than one publication of same author(s) use the surname followed by the oldest work first, e.g.: (Huddle et al., 1993, 1996). Avoid using abstracts and personal communications as references (the latter can be cited in the text). The list of the cited literature should be added at the end of the contribution. Literature should be cited according to the enclosed instructions that are in accordance with those used by U. S. National Library of Medicine in Index Medicus. The titles of journals should be abbreviated according to the style used in Index Medicus (complete list on the URL address: http://www.nlm.nih.gov).
Examples for literature citation:
Note: For six or fewer authors, list all author names. For seven or more authors, list the first three author names, then “et al.”
Periodical or journal Simple
Huddle TS, Heudebert GR. Viewpoint: Taking apart the art: The risk of anatomizing clinical competence. Acad Med. 2007;82:536–541.
Supplement
Rieder CH. Foreword: Geriatrics and gerontology education for physicians: The JAHF/AAMC partnership. Acad Med. 2004;79(7 suppl):Sv–Svi.
Brown RF, Bylund CL. Communication skills training: Describing a new conceptual model. Acad Med. [in press].
Book
Simple, one author or multi-author
Rosenberg CE. Our Present Complaint: American Medicine Then and Now. Baltimore, Md: Johns Hopkins University Press; 2007.
Bynum WF, Hardy A, Jacyna S, Lawrence C, Tansey EM. The Western Medical 
Tradition 1800 to 2000. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press; 2006.
Edited
Shore DA, ed. The Trust Crisis in Healthcare: Causes, Consequences, and Cures. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2007.
Article or chapter
Duffy J. The growth of boards of health. In: Duffy J. The Sanitarians: A History of American Public Health. Chicago, III: University of Chicago Press; 1992.
In press or forthcoming
McHugh PR, Slavney PR. The Perspectives of Psychiatry, 2nd ed. Baltimore, Md: Johns 
Hopkins University Press; [in press].
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