Authors Guideline

Authors are expected to submit articles by meeting the following requirements:

  1. Manuscripts sent to the editot have never been published or are not being submitted for publication in print media or other scientific journals
  2. The manuscript is in the form of computer type, using Microsoft Word typed with single spacing, using Times New Roman font size 11, left and right margins 2.5 cm, top and bottom edges 2.5 cm, manuscript 4-7 pages thick on A4 paper, and page number in the middle at the bottom
  3. Manuscripts are written in English accompanied by structured abstract (250-300 words), 2-5 key words. The abstract is listed below the author’s name. The abstract component consist of background, objective, method, result, and conclusion.
  4. The manuscript consists of the subtitles Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions and Suggestions as well as Bibliography
  5. The author’s name (not accompanied by a title) is written below the title
  6. Writing a bibliography refers to the APA style using reference management such as Mendeley, author’s name and year of publication in the order of appearance based on the author’s name alphabetically, the number of references used is at least 20 of the latest references from journals of the last 5 years and text book of at least 10 years final.
  7. The table must be given a little and sufficient description and the table is placed above the table.
  8. Must be registered online, after the author registers to get a username and password
  9. Review by peer reviewers who come from outside the journal institution areas of expertise relevant to the article, review by editors from within the journal institution, with the result being “decisions (editor’s decision)”
  10. After receiving the “Accept Submission” decision, the article will enter the “editing” stage to proceed to the “scheduling” stage to be published in a certain volume and number.
  11. Unpublished manuscripts will not be returned, except at their own request.
  12. Research involving living things as research subjects must include an Ethical Clerance (EC)