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Author Guidelines

Manuscripts should be prepared according to the guidelines below and submitted online through online submission system. Submission should be exclusively to the Indonesian Journal of Pharmaceutics and submitted papers must not have been and will not be published elsewhere. It is a condition of publication that authors grant the publisher the exclusive licence to publish all articles including abstracts.

Manuscript must be written in English and should be typewritten double-spaced on standard-sized-paper (8.5" x 11") with 1" margins on all sides. Times New Roman font 12 pt should be used. The fonts used in the text as well as graphics should be restricted to Arial, Symbol and Zapf Dingbats.

The target maximum length of manuscripts should be as follows:

  1. Original Research: 3000 words
  2. Reviews: 5000 words
  3. Case Reports and Brief Research Communications: 2000 words

Manuscript for original research should be written in the following order: Tittle Page, Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, and References.

Here is an explanation of each section:

  1. Title Page: his section should contain manuscript title with maximum 12 words, authors’ names with academic tittle, laboratory and department(s) where the work was carried out, and the name and full email addresses of the corresponding author.
  2. Abstract: abstract should be written in Bahasa Indonesia and English up to 250 words. The abstract should provide a concise summary of the study, including introduction, method, result, discussion, and conclusion. Abstract should be accompanied with 3-6 keywords.
  3. Introduction: his section should provide background information relevant to the study. The objectives and hypothesis of the study should be clearly stated.
  4. Methods: methods should be described in sufficient detail to allow others to reproduce the results. The inclusion and exclusion criteria for participant selection and statistical methods should be stated clearly.
  5. Results: results were presented in a format that easily understood in the form of 2D figures and tables. Tables should be made sequentially in the separate attachment. The tittle of tables should be stated briefly and explanatory footnote placed on table’s note not on table’s tittle. Each figures should be placed on separate pages with number according to appearance on.
  6. Discussion: discuss for original research conducted on the findings of the study in relation to other relevant studies. The discussion focused on the main study outcomes. Limitations and implications of the study described clearly. The author should list the limitations and suggestions management based on references.
  7. Conclusions: conclusions linked to the objectives of the study.
  8. Acknowledgements: the source(s) of funding for the study should be listed in this section, if appropriate. Assistance with study process, data collection, and data analysis can also be declared here.
  9. References: references written according to the rules of writing Vancouver and numbered with the appearance of the article not in alphabetical order. The maximum author’s name is 6 people, if more then the first 6 name is written and then et al. A total of 80% used references is published the last 10 years. A total of 80% used references are the primary literature. Please note the example of writing a references as follows:
  1. Articles
    Guastaldi R, Reis A, Figueras A, Secoli S. Prevalence of potential drug-drug interactions in bone marrow transplant patients. Int J Clin Pharm. 2011;33(6):1002-9.
    Articles more than 6 authors:
    Lorgelly PK, Atkinson M, Lakhanpaul M, Smyth AR, Vyas H, Weston V, et al. Oral versus i.v. antibiotics for community-acquired pneumonia in children: a cost minimisation analysis. Eur Respir J. 2010;35(4):858-64.
  2. Books
    DiPiro J, Talbert R, Yee G, Matzke G, Wells B, Posey L. Pharmacotherapy: a pathophysiologic approach Edisi ke-7. New York: The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc; 2008.
  3. Dissertation
    Mahyuzar. Dinamika komunikasi antarbudaya pasca tsunami: studi dramaturgis dalam kegiatan kemasyarakatan antar warga korban tsunami dan interaksi dengan orang asing di Banda Aceh (disertasi). Bandung: Universitas Padjadjaran; 2010.
  4. Conference’s Proceeding
    Abdulah R. Interactions of sulforaphane and selenium in inhibiting human breast and prostate cancer cell lines proliferation. Proceedings of International Seminar and Expo on Jamu; 2010 November 5; Bandung, Indonesia. Indonesia: Universitas Padjadjaran; 2010.
  5. Online
    Cashin RP, Yang M. Medications prescribed and occurrence of falls in general medicine inpatients [download on December 12, 2011]. Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3203823/.

 

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