Author Guidelines

General guideline

  1. The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Disease (IJID) only accepts manuscripts that have not been and will not be published in other media in the form of research results, studies / reviews in the field of health, especially infectious diseases.
  2. The submitted manuscript has not been published, is not in the process of review in other journals / media, and during the publishing process in IJID will not be revoked / diverted to another journal / media.
  3. The copyright of the entire contents of the uploaded manuscript shall be transferred to the publisher of the journal and all its contents shall not be reproduced in any form without the issuer's permission.
  4. Manuscripts on research using human and animal subjects shall enclose Ethical Clearance.
  5. All statements in the article are the responsibility of the author.
  6. The article should be written in Mirosoft Word program, 11 pt Arial, 1.5 space, A4 size, Margin 3-3-3-3(left-right-top-bottom), maximum 15 pages including abstract, image / table preparation
  7. The author is responsible for thoroughly checking the accuracy of citation, grammar, tables and figure before submission.
  8. The author/s have responsibility to revise their article after receiving a review from the editorial boards.
  9. The author/s should register at the e-journal of Analisa before submitting their paper and fill the form completely.
  10. The Articles should be submitted via online
  11. The Articles will be reviewed by the editorial board

 

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 submitted manuscript has not been published, is not in the process of review in other journals / media, and during the publishing process in The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Disease will not be revoked / diverted to another journal / media.
  2. he submitted manuscript has not been published, is not in the process of review in other journals / media, and during the publishing process in The Indonesian Journal of Infectious Disease will not be revoked / diverted to another journal / media.
  3. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  4. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  5. The text is single-spaced; uses a 1 1 -point font and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  6. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  7. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed

 

Scientific Writing Structure

  1. The scientific writing structure for research manuscripts includes: research title, author’s name (the author’s complete name without abbreviations), name of institution and its address, author’s contact details (the email address and phone number of the author), abstract with keywords, introduction, methods, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgment, bibliography (with a maximum of 25 references published no more than 10 years ahead of the date of the research).
  2. The research title should be concise, clear, informative, without any abbreviations, and written in Indonesian and English, containing a maximum of 15 words. If the title is too long, break it into a title and a sub-title.
  3. The author’s name written should be the full name without any abbreviations, and if there is more than one institution, distinguish the institutions by number.
  4. Contact details should contain the name of the main author, the address of the institution, phone number and email (using the Arial font size 10, line space 1).
  5. Abstract should be written in Indonesian and English containing a maximum of 250 words each, without any subheading and typed in 1 whole paragraph, and should contain a brief summary and conclusion of the research, and be completed with 3-5 keywords (using the Arial font size 9, line space 1).
  6. Introduction should be without any subheading, and should contain the background of the research, a brief review of relevant literature, and the research objectives (using the Arial font size 11, line space 1.5).
  7. Methods for the research manuscript should be written without any subheading, and should describe the materials/components/objects being researched, research design, samples, sampling method, and analysis techniques (using the Arial font size 11, line space 1.5).
  8. Methods for the research manuscript should include the literature search strategy, inclusion or exclusion criteria, article search method, review method (article classification, data recording sheets), and data presentation (using the Arial font size 11, line space 1.5).
  9. Tables, graphs, and figures should be inserted in the research manuscript instead of being presented in separate on individual pages. There should be a maximum of 5 tables and 3 graphs/figures, with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Provide clear numbering and descriptions above the tables and below the figures/graphs (using the Arial font size 10, line space 1 for table and figure captions).
  10. Discussion should contain a discussion of findings, and also contain answers to the research questions and elaboration of matters related to the research objectives, compared against/aligned with the results of other researches (using the Arial font size 11, line space 1.5).
  11. Conclusion should contain a summary statement concerning the results to answer the research objectives, written in the form of paragraph narratives instead of bullet points (using the Arial font size 11, line space 1.5).
  12. Acknowledgment should be addressed to the institution and/or persons contributing to the research, and to the research funders.
  13. Bibliography should be written using the Vancouver system. Detailed examples for writing references according to the Vancouver system can be viewed by accessing the following link: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_requirements.html .