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Author Guidelines

The article is sent to Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal/ it can be done by daring system (online submission), with steps as following:

  1. An article is sent by daring submission system (Online Submission System) on electronic portal of Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal.
  2. Author should be register on the register web. Choose (tick) as an “Author” to send an article by online.
  3. After finish of the register, log in as author by using username and password when registration.
  4. Start to send an article by click “new submission”. Article sending consists of 5 steps: (1). Start, (2). Upload Submission, (3). Enter Metadata, (4). Upload Supplementary Files, (5). Confirmation.
  5. On the column of “start”, choose "Journal Section (Article)". Tick all options on “Submission Checklist” and “Copyright Notice”. Click “Save and continue”.
  6. On the column of “Upload Submission”, upload the article by using MSWord format. Click “Save and continue”.
  7. On the column of “Enter Metadata”, fill the column “Author” (author data and affiliation) and also “Title and Abstract”. Another column (Indexing, supporting agencies, References) based on the article. Click “Save and continue”.
  8. On the column of “Upload Supplementary Files”, author should be upload author’s statement and can be upload another file such as questioner, data set, or another material in article. Click “Save and continue”.
  9. On the column of “Confirmation”, if the data has been finished, click “Finish Submission”.
  10. If the authors have problem in sending the article by using daring system (online), please contact editorial team (Tri Widayanti) by email hspj.ssg@gmail.com and cc to triwida.oku@gmail.com by subject [HSPJ]

An article will be sent to reviewer to be done double blind review.

FORMAT OF WRITING ARTICLE

An article is typed by using Microsoft Word by Times New Roman letter, font 10, space 1,5 and margins: left, right, top and bottom are 2,5 cm on the paper size A4, and also page number in the lower right corner. Please download template an article in journal template

An article is written by using Indonesian language which can be divided into:

TITLE PAGE

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

METHOD AND SAMPLE

RESULT

DISCUSSION

CONCLUSION AND SUGGESTIONS

LETTER OF APPRECIATION

REFERENCES


TITLE PAGE

Title page consists of title, name and affiliation and correspondent address

The tittle is written in dual language, namely Indonesian and English language. The title is no more than 12 words in Indonesian language and 10 words in English. Avoid the word “Study…..”, “Analysis……..”, “relationship…..” in making the title.

Writing the title using sentence case (at the first capital letter and continue by lowercase), except of proper names. Title does not use abbreviation and acronym except if the word is true. Place and setting time do not need to be included in the title except the research has a characteristic of it. The title uses Times New Roman, font 14.

The author's name is written without any title, followed by the e-mail address of each author. If the author is from more than one institution, give a number (superscript) behind the name of each author.

One of the authors is determined to be a correspondent writer. Information for correspondence authors is provided with complete mailing addresses, telephone / Handphone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses.

Abstract 

Abstract in two languages, namely English and Indonesian. The abstract must be informative and describe the whole of the contents from the introduction to the conclusions. Abstract is written in narrative form in one paragraph. A structured abstract consists of a maximum of 250 words containing background (tells about the scope or context of the study, supporting previous research, and justification of the newest of the topic), objectives (state the purpose of the study and / or specifically tested hypotheses) , method (describe the research design used, including the use of cell culture, animal models and human subjects. The author is also asked to describe the interventions carried out and the research control group (if any) as well as specific methods / procedures), results (write down the results or findings the most important studies, including the results of statistical analysis), and conclusions (summary 1-2 sentences showing the primary outcome of the study, including the potential for clinical significance if relevant. Avoid conclusions that are too general). The abstract is typed in Times New Roman font size 10, space 1.0. The introduction in the abstract does not display data and sources. The method section in the abstract displays the type and / or design of the study, the respondent, the population and sample size, the sampling technique used (if any), the analysis test, and the instrument which is used.

Key Words: the first word; the second word; the third word; the fourth word; the fifth word (consists of 3-5 words which is arranged based on the alphabetical order. At the bottom of the abstract, include 3-5 keywords or phrases that can help the reader identify relevant manuscripts. Keywords can be in the subject group of research. Avoid using adjectives as key words).

INTRODUCTION

The introduction explains an outline of the problem briefly and justification for why the research needs to be done. The introduction must also be supported by relevant and strong literature and include clear research objectives. Avoid explaining the methods, data, results, or research conclusions in this section. The length of the introduction does not exceed 1 page. 

Method and sample

Method and sample must be complete and detailed so that other researcher can repeat the research exactly as reported. This section must be written by narrative and contain the following information:

1) Research design

2) Time and place of research

3) Population and research sample

4) Estimated sample size

5) Sampling method

6) Inclusion and exclusion criteria

7) Variables examined (definition and classification / criteria if applicable)

8) Tools and materials used

9) Detailed information about how the research was conducted, including measurements and interventions, for example: how to measure body weight and tall to determine nutritional status, how many times it was measured, who measured it, when it was measured, etc.) / research procedures / types of treatment (for experimental research)

10) Statistical analysis used

11) The computer program used

Result

Write the results of research with logical sequences, according to the research flow. In general, the results begin with the characteristics of the research subjects. The results of the study are presented in the form of narrative (textual), tables or pictures (graphs / diagrams). And also write down loss to follow-up information or drop-outs subject (if any). Avoid presenting research subject data as individuals except in extreme cases. Avoid writing the identity of the research subject.

Tables and figures are presented in an informative with a maximum number of 3-5 tables or figures in each text. Each table / figure must be stated in the text. Tables and figures must be self-explanatory; numbers and units must be clearly drawn on the table / figure so that it does not depend on the text. Writing the title of the table and figures in bold. Duplication of information is not permitted, if the information is clearer and shorter with narration then tables or figures are not needed. Reference tables or figures are mentioned in the text in the order in of numbering of tables or figures. Tables / figures that contain data from other references, for example secondary data, must clearly state the source.

Table

The title of the table is placed above the table. The table numbering is done sequentially using numerals (1,2,3, etc.). Each column in the table is named according to the variable displayed (may be in the form of standard abbreviations). Information that explains abbreviations, codes or symbols is written as footnotes at the bottom of the table. Footnotes should be written using the superscript numeric format.

Figure

The figure title is placed below the figure. Figure numbering is done sequentially using numerals (1,2,3, etc.). Reference to each figure or graphic is mentioned in the text in the order of numbering of figures. Figures or graphics must be self-explanatory; numbers and units must be clearly drawn on a figure or graphic so that it does not depend on the text. Abbreviations, numbers, symbols, arrows used in figures or captions must be defined below the figures in alphabetical order. The minimum figure resolution is not specified, but it must be clearly visible when printed.

Discussion

The discussion begins with the main findings in the study and then discusses the meaning of research findings, by comparing the results of research with the knowledge or results of previous research and connecting the findings with aspects of clinical, social, and scientific practice. Not allowed to repeat the information that has been presented in the results. It is better to avoid using textbooks, methodology guidelines, classic books, and newspaper news as a reference material in the discussion. Use standard terms and good and correct language. The discussion must be clear of concepts and logical order between paragraphs. Each abbreviation that appears first must be mentioned first.

Conclusion

Conclusions are made narrative in one paragraph or more, based on the results of the study and do not include statistical numbers.

Suggestion

The suggestion must be in accordance with the conclusions which is taken. The form of the implications of the results and discussion. Give suggestion for further research.

 Letter of Appreciation

Letter of appreciations are properly expressed and only addressed to those who made significant contributions but did not yet qualify for inclusion as authors. Letter of appreciation should include a statement of conflict of interest.

Statement of conflict of interest

The author must state a conflict of interest.

References

Writing references with a number system which is arranged according to the order in the article (Vancouver style) and writing references in the text using numerals in parentheses (1), not superscripts.

Reference writing is required to use reference management software such as Mendeley, Zotero, or End Note (to reduce writing errors).

Reference writing sourced from a journal must be abbreviated according to official abbreviations according to the Index Medicus and Index of Indonesian Learned Periodicals (PDIN 1974) for the journal. Periodic name abbreviations and abbreviated lists can be accessed at:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog?Db=journals&Cmd=DetailsSearch&Term=currentlyindexed%5BAll%5D

The author is expected to refer to at least one relevant article that has been published in the Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal. As much as possible the percentage of referrals qualifies as follows:

1) More than 30% of the literature is the result of research or articles in journals

2) More than 80% of the literature is primary literature (journal articles, proceedings, books, and dissertations)

3) More than 80% of the literature is the last 10 years publication

4) No more than 20% of quotation from research results (skripsi, thesis, dissertation) which are not published in the form of journals or proceedings.

Journal articles with more than 6 authors, please write the names of the first 5 authors plus the last author before using "et al." Write the names of all authors for the article with the number of authors 6 people or less.

Please do not use publication abstracts as a reference. If a reference from an abstract cannot be avoided, write "(abstr)" at the end of the reference. Abstracts which is from scientific conferences but not published in peer-reviewed journals cannot be used as a reference. Informal observations and personal communication (in writing, not verbal) cannot be used as official references but can be written in brackets together with the name of the researcher in charge and the year of observation or communication. For personal communication, the author is responsible for obtaining written permission from all sources (personal) referred to and showing a copy of the statement of willingness to the source editor if necessary.

Copyright Notice

If an article was published, the author must agree to the following statement:

  1. The publication rights of all journal which is published in the Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal is held by the editorial board with the knowledge of the author (the moral rights remain the author).
  2. Formal legal provisions for accessing digital articles in electronic journals must be based on the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike (CC BY-SA) license terms, which means the Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal reserves to save, to transfer media / format, to manage in the form of databases, to maintain, and to publish articles without asking permission from the author as long as they include the author's name as the copyright owner.
  3. Article that are published are open access for educational, research and library purposes. In addition to these goals, the editorial board is not responsible for offense of copyright law.

 

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 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 Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

Copyright Notice

Formal legal provisions for accessing digital articles in electronic journals must be based on the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike (CC BY-SA) license terms, which means the Health Sciences and Pharmacy Journal reserves to save, to transfer media / format, to manage in the form of databases, to maintain, and to publish articles without asking permission from the author as long as they include the author's name as the copyright owner.

 

Privacy Statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.

 

Author Fees

This journal charges the following author fees.

Article Submission: 0.00 (IDR)
Authors are required to pay an Article Submission Fee as part of the submission process to contribute to review costs.

Fast-Track Review: 0.00 (IDR)
With the payment of this fee, the review, editorial decision, and author notification on this manuscript is guaranteed to take place within 4 weeks.

Article Publication: 200000.00 (IDR)
If this paper is accepted for publication, you will be asked to pay an Article Publication Fee to cover publications costs.

If you do not have funds to pay such fees, you will have an opportunity to waive each fee. We do not want fees to prevent the publication of worthy work.