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Author Guidelines

AUTHOR GIUDELINES OF SCIENTIFIC HEALTH JOURNAL OF HIGH SCHOOL HEALTH SCIENCE MUHAMMADIYAH PRINGSEWU LAMPUNG

 1. General Instruction

The Scientific Health Journal (JIK) is the Journal that published manuscripts/writings/writings in the form of original research articles in fields relevant to the fields of health, nursing and midwifery in Indonesia. JIK also receives case reports, review articles, literature reviews and profiles.

A commitment of editors, reviewers and editorial team of Jurnal Ilmiah Kesehatan is to review it quickly, consistently and efficiently. Manuscript received will be reviewed by experts in a blind review. Experience formatting and copying manuscripts and posted online as an article after being received. The Final version is published in print and optimized for search engine, indexed in the database Sinta and Google Scholar.

Because of pages that can be issued each year is limited, conformity is an important consideration in the review process. To facilitate the review, the Editor-in-Chief see all the manuscripts submitted and independently, to decide whether an appropriate text to be examined by a member of the editorial board and or Partner Bestari JIK. The manuscript beyond the scope of JIK returned without delay a full review. Authors can contact the Editor in Chief in advance to inquire about the possibility of the suitability of the research topics for review.
Submission and questions are encouraged.

The format and style of manuscripts (template) can be downloaded here.

2. Type of Manuscripts

Articles Research/ Research Article

Research reports are of interest to the scientific community in the field of health will be published as a research article. A manuscript has been a well-described hypothesis, measurable results, implication of study result and has not been previously explored.

Review/reviews

Community scientists in the field of health can issue a review. Review contains the latest review of the science of nursing, midwifery, dental health, pharmacy, environmental health, nutrition, health analysts, occupational health, public health and medical. In addition, a review is published as a guide for instructors in the field of health. Authors are encouraged to elaborate on the background and history of previous research and quote-review previously published reviews. Generally, the description in the review contains the latest information that will be confirm to the author. A comprehensive review and comment will be published as "Critical Reviews". Critical reviews are intended to discuss the literature that has been published, it is not intended to present a new review, reanalysis of data or further analysis. JIK will review the appropriate review as research articles. Critical reviews can be initiated by the Editor-in-Chief or the author. To review initiated by the author, before writing a review, the authors suggested outline handed to the review's editor, so that it complies with JIK. The scope of review can be determined prior to submission. This article is generally limited to five printed pages.

3. Submission Procedure

The submission to JIK made online at http://e-journal.stikesmuh-pringsewu.ac.id . Users need to register when accessing the system for the first time. Detailed instructions and help files available online, if you have trouble, users can call a contact listed on http://e-journal.stikesmuh-pringsewu.ac.id/index.php/JIK/about/contact or e-mail to lp3m@stikesmuh-pringsewu.ac.id

JIK will follow up the manuscript that has been filed with precast posted on the server. The manuscript will undergo a review by a peer-review, are as strict as manuscripts posted on a precast server. Before submitting your manuscript, please make sure your manuscript has been formatted according to the template. 

4. Manuscript File Format

File Word (.doc or .docx) is a file format for the manuscript to be submitted. It is necessary to facilitate the process of revision of the manuscript. The font used is a standard font, Times New Roman size 11pts, margin 3cm Left and 2 cm down,right and Up. A manuscript is recomended no more than 6000 words (From the introduction until discussion). The number of word does not include tittle,abstract, acknowledgment, references, captions or table. The member of page less than 20, soft copy should be send to lp3m@stikesmuh-pringsewu.ac.id. Authors are encouraged to explain clearly and concisely. Manuscript certainly one space, not recommended page break (continuous file). The manuscripts are not in accordance with the terms may be returned to the author.

5. Manuscript Preparation

The manuscript sent is a text that has never been published in other print media. To avoid duplication, JIK does not accept manuscripts that are also sent to other journals at the same time for publication.

Manuscript submitted contain:

Title

Abstract

Introduction

Methods

Results

Discussion

Conclusions

Recommendations

Bibliography

 TITLE

The title is structured as a declarative statement and focused on the results presented in the manuscript. Punctuation "semicolon (;)" not recommended. The titlenot more than 14 words with capital at the center textsize 14pts The names of all authors without a degree (first name, middle name, last name) is clearly explained, and the address of departments and institutions. Completed with Corespondention or addres of first author.  All the author's last name must be exactly as it should appear on Google Scholar. Please consider this carefully, especially for writers with names that include hyphens and prefix. JIK will not replace the file to correct name of the author after publishing. 

 ABSTRACT

Abstract prepared correctly and informative in order to facilitate the process of review by the journal's editor. Abstract should be made to English and Bahasa Language and about 150 – 250 words from background until Implication or Conclusion. Abstract background containing the results and conclusions of the methods described clearly and concisely. The background to explain the context of the research, the exact purpose, specific hypotheses to be tested. The method describes the study design, the identification of specific methods and procedures. The results showed that the most important results of the study, including the main data and the statistical analysis. The main conclusion in the form summary of the results of research (avoid generalization). Below the abstract, provide and identify keywords or short phrases, including a group of subjects, which will improve the ability to find the manuscript, should not be used adjectives. Please note that during delivery of the manuscript, the author will be asked to provide keywords 3 – 5 words to assist editors in determining the reviewers appropriate for manuscripts. Keywords for search reviewer is the most fundamental word in the manuscript and may differ from the keyword list for publication.

 INTRODUCTION

Explain clearly the background research conducted and its specific objectives, should not be a thorough review of the literature too much. State the specific purpose or hypothesis of this study.

 METHOD

The method describes the study design, materials, and equipment, with a model number or a catalog, if necessary. Explain kit, analysis, and commercial laboratories are used. Quote the reference of the methods listed if possible and give a brief explanation if the modification. Research using humans and animals as objects. The study report must include a statement that the protocol was approved by an ethics committee. Documents can be uploaded as a statement of additional files. Objects such as animal research are necessary to explain how the animals are removed, control and treatment groups or probands experimental animals. Information on age, weight, sex, race, described for the human object, and a description of sex or strain to the experimental animals, include suppliers of experimental animals.

The method also describes the statistical tests used and the degree of probability (p) indicated where differences were considered significant. If the data presented in the text, indicate what they represent (ie., Mean ± SEM). Indicate whether the data is transformed prior to analysis. Define statistical computer program that is used. The results of the analysis are shown in the data tables and figures. Letters and symbols to show a significant difference, and footnotes tables and figures. Provide statistical variability according to the estimated error variance (SD or SEM) of the mean of the group.

RESULT

The results described without repeating the methodology, introduction, or content on the discussion. Duplication of data from tables or figures in the text should be avoided. Results using the unit, it is necessary to metric units (eg, meters, kilograms, and L for height, weight, and volume), such as Celsius (° C). Use the unit for the analytes/compounds are equally consistently throughout the manuscript. Instinctively puts a replacement unit in the text or give a conversion factor in a footnote in a table or legend acceptable image. The unit should not be pluralized (ie., Wk and not wks) or followed by a period. If the reported P values not significant, use only 2 digits past the decimal (for example, P = 0.15). Serve significant P values up to a maximum of 4 decimal places (for example, P<0.0001); Useless acceptable. The coefficient is now a maximum of 2 decimals (eg. R = 0.87, R2 = 0.16, ff.).

A useful site is:

SI conversions: http://www.onlineconversion.com/

SI conversions: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversion_of_units

Conversion clinical SI: http://dwjay.tripod.com/conversion.html

While the figures presented to a variable must be properly and consistently. Use no more than three significant figures (less, if appropriate) or justification for higher accuracy.
Tables or figures, adapted or quoted from another source must include the source in a footnote in a table or legend images. Each table should have a clear title but concise. Information about the method or material explanations can be included in a footnote to the table, but the repetition of the methodology should be minimized. Clearly indicate the unit of measure after the variables in line, above the first value in each column, or centered on all columns of the units where applicable. Statistics show variability (ie., SD, combined SEM) and the significance of the difference between data. Eliminate internal horizontal and vertical rules before submitting your table. 

 DISCUSSION

The discussion explains the importance of the findings, the literature related to putting into context. Explanation of the discussion should be clear and concise.
ad. g. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS The main conclusion is the result of research (avoid generalization), and refer to the description in the discussion, and answer the research objectives. The conclusions are described in the form of points or narrative, logical and precise.


 

ACKNOWLEDGMENT (IF NECESSARY)

Technical assistance and advice can be described at the end of the text. Then the names of individuals that are included in this section, the author is responsible for the written consent of every person who communicates personally or recognized by the individual in the text.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

There is no limit to the number of quotations permitted; citing the latest literature comprehensively. Note that there should be no line numbers in line with the title "References" or along the References section. Reference is written according to the rules APA Style and using Mandeley system. All references contained in the library panel should be referred to in the text by stating the author's name and year of publication reference in use. If there are more than two authors then use "et al" after the name of the first author. Format: (name of the author, year of publication), (name of the first author and the author's name 2, year of publication), (name of first author et al, year of publication).

Example:

Journal articles

Author 1, Author 2, Author 3. Publish year. The title of the journal. Name Journal. Volume: page.

Example: 

AR Hendrawan, Sashima H, Saras Y, Fukuda Y, Matsunaga T. 2009. The characterization of elderly oxidoreductase-defective mutant gene in Magnetospirillum magneticum AMB-1.Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications,309: 209-213.

Book

Author 1, Author 2. Year of published. Book title. Place of publication: Name of publisher. 
Example: 
Stuart-Nielsen K. 2007. Anatomi-Physiology: human Body. 5th ed. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ Pr.

Chapter In Book

Author 1, Author 2. Publish year. Chapter Titles: Sub Title. In: Name of editor (eds). Book Title. Place of publication: Publisher Name. Page.

Example: 

Weir BS. 1996. Intraspecific differentiation. In: Hillis DM, Moritz C, Mable BK (eds). Molecular Systematics.2nd ed. Massachusetts: Sinauer Assc. p 385-405.

Thesis or Dissertation

author name. Year. Title. [Thesis/Dissertation]. Places University: Name University.
Example: 

Widayanti KA. 2006. Color perception of L4M5 Macaca fascicularis female gene carriers. [Thesis]. Bogor. Bogor Agricultural Univ. 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in Open Office, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journals

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor)
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is 1.5-spaced; uses a 10-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
 

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Author Fees

This journal charges the following author fees.

IDR: 250000.00 (USD)

The above fees include the cost of publication and get 1 exemplar journal