Guideline for Author

Abstract Template

 Title: Centered and boldface. Capitalize first letter of the first word only.

Author: Centered. Use first names, initials, and surnames (e.g., Yenny G. Tarigan).

Abstract: No longer than 250, Times New Roman, font size 11, single space. Must include the following  subject  titles with boldface:  Objective(s),  Background,  Methods,  Results, Conclusion(s).

Keywords: 2-5 keywords

Paper Size: A4 (29.7 x 21.0 cm), single column

  

Manuscript Template

  1. The total number of characters in the article should not be longer than 5000 characters (excluding references), saved as  Word 97-2003 Document in .doc or .docx format.
  2. Must include the  following  subject  titles  with  boldface:  1)  Title;  2)  Author’s  name without  title,  email  and  affiliation;  3) Abstract;  4) Keywords;  5) Introduction;  6) Methods; 7) Results and Discussions; 8) Conclusions; 9) Reference
  3. Title: centered,  not longer  than 20 words, without  abbreviation,  14 points Times New, Roman, boldface, not underlined, capitalize each word
  4. Author and correspondence: The author list should be one single paragraph (no breaks), centered, 12 points Times New Roman, bold. Authors should be listed by first name, then middle initial, if any, followed by last name and separated by commas.
  5. Affiliations: Affiliations should be preceded by superscript numbers corresponding to the author list, and each affiliation should end with a period. Each affiliation should be a separate paragraph. You can include  group  authors,  but please  include  a list of the  actual  authors  in the Supplementary Materials. *To whom correspondence should be addressed:   include the email addresses of the corresponding author(s).   Please use the asterisk (*) symbol for the corresponding author information.
  6. Abstract: The abstract should be one paragraph of about 150 words, and may not exceed 250 words. It should have the following structure: Objective(s), Background, Methods, Results, and Conclusion.

 

[Main Text:] Introduction

This should include introductory information that lays out the clinical problem addressed by

the research and that explains other background necessary for understanding the study. The introduction may not longer than 20% of the article.

 

Materials and Methods

 All descriptions of materials and methods should be included here in the main paper. They should be  broken  up  into  sections,  each  with  a  short  subheading.  Under  exceptional

circumstances, when a particularly lengthy description is required, a portion of the materials and methods can be included in the Supplementary Materials.

 

Results

Subhead 1: Brief phrase, not a sentence.

Subheadings  must  be either  all complete  sentences  or all phrases.  They  should  be brief, ideally less than 10 words. Subheadings should not end in a period. Your paper may have as many subheadings as are necessary.

Subhead 2: All figures and tables cited in order

All sections of the results should refer to a figure or table, preferably a data display element that is part of the main text. All figures, figure panels and tables must be presented in order. For example, the description of panel A of figure 3 cannot come before that of panel B of figure 2.

You may include page breaks if you would like to embed the figures within the text instead of at the end of the paper.

 

Table 1. Short title of the first table. Start table captions with a title (short description of the table). Format tables using the Word Table commands and structures.   Do not create tables using spaces or tabs characters.

 Subhead 3: All data presented first in the Results

All data should be presented in the Results. No data should be presented for the first time in the Discussion.

 

References

All citations and references should be in APA 6th Ed. Style (Reference Tools Mendeley).

Acknowledgments:   Thank  others  for  any  contributions.  Funding:  Include  all  funding sources here, including grant numbers and funding agencies. Author contributions: Here describe the contributions of each author (use initials) to the paper