Author Guidelines

  • Title

written briefly with a maximum of 14 words

  • Abstract

written in Indonesian and English with keywords in 1 (one) paragraph with a maximum of 200 words. the research manuscript must contain research objectives, methods, results, and conclusions. keywords as many as 3-5 words that can help indexing.

The text of the research paper is organized according to the appropriate subheadings, namely introduction, methods, results, and discussion or imrad format.

  • Introduction

In this guideline for writing scientific article manuscripts, each user must follow the provisions that have been set. This is because the editor will not edit substantive parts and or formatting errors. The editor will carry out the editing process only under certain circumstances and conditions if necessary. Paper Type and Size: HVS A4 (210 x 297 mm), Margin/edge: Top 20 mm, Bottom 20 mm Left 30 mm, Right 20 mm. File format: rtf, doc, docx (no .pdf). Language: Indonesian or English. Article manuscript writing must be chosen one, cannot be both (English and Indonesian), except for the abstract which must be in two languages (English and Indonesian). If the author uses English as the main language, the submitted manuscript must be in English. Font: Times New Roman, 11pt size with single spacing (2 spaces). Manuscript Length:  11-20 pages. Paragraphs: Flat right-left, the beginning of the paragraph is indented 1cm. Distance between paragraphs (spacing after 6pt, spacing before 6pt).

  • Methods

For quantitative research, this includes research design, population, sample, data sources, instruments and data analysis procedures. Qualitative research includes research design and type, research instruments, data collection methods and data analysis. Contains 0.5-1 pages of the total length of the article, No abbreviated words, except acronyms, Writing acronyms must be adjusted to the correct writing procedures (EYD).  4 Use 6pt before and after spacing. Number of references 1-2 sources.

  • Results

Research findings are presented without opinion. For qualitative research, the results and discussion are combined. For quantitative and quantitative-qualitative research (mix method), the results and discussion are separated. Use 6pt spacing before and after. Data is presented in the form of tables, graphs and figures with a maximum number of 5-7. For qualitative research with a semiotic approach, the maximum images allowed are no more than 10 images. Include the order of tables or figures before the title, for example "Table 1. xxx", "Table 2. xxx", etc. If there is a source (not the work of the author), include the source. The title of the table or figure is written using Times New Roman font, 11pt. The table content is written using Times New Roman font, 10pt, space 1. The table title is written above the table.  The source of the table must be listed if it comes from secondary data or other people's research data, and is listed below the table. Each table must be typed 1 (one) space, the table number is sequential in accordance with the order of mention in the text. each table is given a brief title. each column is given a brief subtitle. place the explanation in a footnote, not in the title explain in a footnote all non-standard abbreviations in the table the number of tables/graphics/pictures/photos is a maximum of 5 pieces.

  • Discussion

The discussion elaborates precisely and argumentatively on the results of the research with relevant theories and previous research. The length of the paper is 3-5 pages. Use of references 10-15 sources. Use 6pt before and after spacing. The discussion outlines precisely and argumentatively the results of the research with relevant theories and previous research. Length of writing 3-5 pages. Use of references 10-15 sources. Using before and after 6pt spacing. The discussion describes the research results appropriately and argumentatively with relevant theories and previous research. Length of writing 3-5 pages. Use of references 10-15 sources. Use before and after 6pt spacing.

  • Conclusion

Present conclusions from the research results (the fruit of the researcher's thoughts), not a copy and paste of the research results. The presentation is written clearly and directed. Use effective, concise and clear language. Writing conclusions should not use pointers (in the form of bullet points), but must be in narrative form, writing length 0.5 pages. Using before and after 6pt spacing.

  • Suggestions

Suggestions can be in the form of practical actions to apply the new theory or perhaps the benefits of continuing the research. If the limitations of the research are stated, then there should be continuity with suggestions for further research. Use before and after 6pt spaces.

  • Bibliography
  1. Using the Vancouver style, which is based on Author-Number
  2. Times New Roman 10 pt.
  3. Minimum 15-25 references (60% from scientific articles and 40% from source books).
  • The limitation of the year the reference was published is a maximum of the last 5 years, except for limited references.
  • The use of citation numbers is written superscript (example: .....kalimat1.)
  • If the citation is more than 2 numbers, then it is written sequentially (example: ....kalimat1,2,5.)
  • In writing the title of the reference, it begins with capital letters only (Capitalize Each Word) and not per word. Example: Guidelines for community empowerment in the health sector (correct), not Guidelines for Community Empowerment in the Health Sector (wrong).
  • If the author's name is less than or equal to 6 people, then the author's name is written all. If >6 authors, then the next author is written "et al". Example: Riski AG, Baron TH, Davilla NE, Eugene DH, Kawashi T, Kholdun TH, et al. Guidelines for accreditation of class C hospitals. Jakarta: UNI FACULTY OF MEDICINE; 2015.
  • Ali, Zaidin. Fundamentals of Professional Nursing. Jakarta: Widya Medika; 2010.
  • Aziz Alimul Hidayat. Introduction to Basic Nursing Concepts. Jakarta: Salemba Medika, 20
  • Hartono RK. Equity Level of Health Insurance Ownership in Indonesia. Public Health: National Public Health Journal. 2017 Nov 30:93-100.
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