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Author Guidelines

Submissions requirements

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.

This submission has not previously been published and was not sent to the editorial boards of other journals (or the comments for the editor below are necessary explanations).

The submission file is a document in Microsoft Word, OpenOffice, RTF or WordPerfect format.

The content and design of the article meet the requirements set out in the Guide for Authors of the "About the Journal" section.

Internet links in the text are accompanied by complete correct URLs.

If the material is submitted to the peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions for the Guarantees of Blind Peer Review have been followed when compiling the submission file.

The materials of the article do not contain information with limited access.

Manuscripts of original articles, literature reviews or clinical cases must be submitted electronically by the responsible author (the author who communicates with the editors).

For publication of an article, lecture and other materials the following documents are sent to the editorial board:

  • letter of the chief on the letterhead of the institution, or letter of the chief vised with the round seal of institution.
  • the expert inference, that authorizes the open publication
  • printed copy of an article marked "for publication" on the title page should be submitted to editorial, signed by all the authors.

By their signatures the authors guarantee that experimental and clinical researches have been executed according to the International ethical norms of scientific researches, and also they give the publisher a right for publication of the article in the Journal, placing it and its materials on the Journal’s site and in other sources. If used in the article materials are intellectual property of some organizations and have not been published before, an author should get permission for their publication from each of these organizations and send it together with the article.

Author Guidelines

Requirements to publications in Journal “ Ukrainian Journal of Military Medicine ” are based on the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journal (http://www.icmje.org/ ).

Editorial board accepts works in Ukrainian, Russian or English, never published before and not submitted to other periodicals, according to the main headings of the journal:

  1. Problem article
  2. Organization of military health care
  3. Military preventive medicine
  4. Military pharmacy
  5. Original research
  6. Current aspects of diagnosis and treatment
  7. History of military medicine

Articles, which have been already published in other editions or were submitted for publication to some editions at the same time, as well as the works which are a remake of the articles published before and do not contain new scientific material or new scientific comprehension of already known material are not submitted.

All the articles are reviewed anonymously by experienced specialists of the editorial board and the editorial council of the journal and involved experts from other countries. Published articles and extended abstracts in English are open to public access on the WEB-site of the journal; qualitative parameters of articles, transliterated list of references and extended abstracts in English are analyzed by international scientometrical and bibliographic databases. Copies of articles in PDF format are posted on the site of Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.

Ethics

The editorial board’s final evaluation of each article is based in part on criteria developed by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE: www.publicationethics.org/resources/flowcharts ).

Manuscripts that report experiments involving the use of human subjects must include the statement that signed written informed consent obtained from the participants involved into the study.   All manuscripts must include an ethics statement identifying the institutional and/or licensing committees approving the experiments and describing any relevant details consistent with the Declaration of Helsinki developed by the World Medical Association for medical research involving human subjects, including research on identifiable human material and data, Directive 86/609 of European Society on Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects, Order № 690 of the Ministry of Public Health of Ukraine (23.09.2009).  

Data reliability

The description of each study should contain the number of samples, patients or animals included in the study, as well as the number of repeated examinations, experiments in the dynamics of the study.

In order to confirm the accuracy of the data used:

Authors should provide information on the design of the study, namely: the number of observations, the criteria for division into groups, the criteria for inclusion in the study and exclusion from it. The number of observations in the groups should be sufficient for a correct statistical analysis.

Statistical processing of research data should be carried out using licensed software, license number and software package are specified in the section "Materials and methods".

Statistical data must be checked for compliance with the normal distribution law, based on the results of this check, the decision on the form of data presentation and methods of their processing is substantiated. For data distributed according to the normal law, parametric methods are used, for all others - non-parametric methods.

The chosen form of data presentation and the applied methods of statistical processing should be briefly described in the section "Materials and Methods".

Quantitative results

The quantitative results obtained must be sufficiently detailed and have a statistical assessment of reliability, including, if necessary, baseline data or primary measurements.

Review process

After submission, each manuscript is checked by the editors for compliance with the instructions for authors. The next step is to check for plagiarism. Subject to the successful completion of the first two stages, the manuscript is submitted anonymously for review to two reviewers. Reviewers evaluate the overall quality of the article, compliance with ethical principles, the novelty of the results, the compliance of the cited literature to the stated topic. An editorial decision on manuscripts that have been fully reviewed and received positive reviews is usually made within 4-5 weeks of receiving the manuscript.

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Requirements to the volume, format, structure and content of the articles

The language of the articles is Ukrainian, Russian and English.

Manuscripts of articles and accompanying materials are accepted on paper and in electronic form (on a CD or via email) at the same time.

Manuscript format. Orientation – portrait.

Font style – Times New Roman.

Size – 14 points.

Line spacing – one-and-one-half.

Hyphenation – turn off.

Formatting – in the parameter «fit width».

Font color – black.

Indentation (first line) – 1.25 cm.

When typing the main text is not allowed to establish two and more «spacebar» symbols in a row, indentation and other spaces by using the key «Tab», a space (gap) between the word and symbols «point», «comma», «quotation mark», «bracket» isn't allowed.

Titles and subtitles are typed in a bold font type with alignment at the left without the point at the end of the title.

Other formatting (italics, underlining) in the text of article isn’t allowed. Before titles one indentation is left.

Numbered and bulleted lists are generated only automatically.

Names of schemes and drawings are placed under them, with alignment at the left, in two lines the number and name of the drawing or scheme.

Tables should have the name, to be compact, evident, headings of columns have to correspond precisely to their contents, have references in the text. All figures in tables have to match to figures in the text.

A table has to be created in Microsoft Word text editor of any version (or OpenOffice, RTF or WordPerfect format). The name of the table places over the table at the left, without indentation: its number and actually the name. At the end of titles and subtitles of tables the point is not necessary. After the table the text takes place with one indentation.

Mathematical and chemical formulas have to be written very accurately, with the instruction on fields of letters of the alphabet (lower case, capital, Greek, Latin), exponents, superscript or subscript indexes.

The abbreviations given in the article have to be decrypted on first reference.

The bibliography has to be provided in the end of the article. In the text it is necessary to specify only link number in square brackets. Links are numbered as citing. The author bears responsibility for the accuracy of the bibliography.

The list of references is limited by 30 sources for original research and 50 – for the review.

ARTICLES STRUCTURE

The material of the original article should be placed in the following order:

UDC index

TITLE OF THE ARTICLE

(no more than 150 signs), without the use of abbreviations (except common ones, such as DNA, RNA, ATP)

Initials and the last name of the author (authors)

(a complete name of the establishment (establishments) where the work was done, city, country (if the authors are from different establishments, the author's name and the name of his establishment are denoted by numbers 1, 2,3).

Three abstracts — in Ukrainian, Russian and English  with no less than 1800 simbols after the following scheme:

Title of the article.

Initials and the last name of author (authors).

Text of the abstract with the main research results:

Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusions.

Key words (no more than five, arranged in order of importance),

ARTICLE BODY

INTRODUCTION (current state and actuality of the problem, its unsolved aspects)

AIM OF THE RESEARCH - should correspond to the title of the article, obtained results and conclusions.

MATERIALS AND METHODS of the research (principle of selection and quantitative characteristics of material for research and distribution of research objects into groups, description of applied methods of experimental, pathomorphological, clinical research and methods of statistical analysis of quantitative research results).

RESULTS (results should not repeat previously published data, reference to previous publications of the author is recommended); medical terms are given according to anatomical, histological nomenclature and ICD-10, physical quantities and units – in The International System of Units (SI), abbreviations of words and word combinations are given according to DSTU 3582-97 and GOST 7.12-93.; description of the results is accompanied by tables, diagrams, graphs, and microphotographs; in the discussion obtained results are compared with similar and different results of other authors, the possible causes of results discrepancy are explained.

DISCUSSION. The published results are the results of revealing problems that could be found, and do not just check your results with the data of other authors. Compare your data with the literature known disclosed results for new results to solve the problem or its long-term development, and counteraction is reliably offered in order to create fraudulent problems (possibly - an illustrated hypothesis or using a modified hypothesis of other authors).

CONCLUSIONS (they are given in numbered paragraphs; they follow from the results of the executed research and solve the aim of the research).

PERSPECTIVES OF SUBSEQUENT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH, it is desirable submit them in the last paragraph of the article.

CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

All authors should indicate any potential conflict of interest, if any (shareholding, remuneration or consultation fees from a company whose products are referred to in the submitted article or which produces competing products). If none of the authors has a conflict of interest, it should be noted:

"Authors have no conflict of interest to declare".

Information about authors and address for correspondence.

In the end of the article information about the authors is attached in the Ukrainian, Russian and in English (in paper copy – on a separate page): the last name, name and patronymic (in a full form), military rank, academic title, academic degree, place of work, occupation, ORCID, address for correspondence, phone number , e-mail address.

Each author's contribution is indicated by the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, where A – research concept and design; B – collection and/or assembly of data; C – data analysis and interpretation; D – writing the article; E – critical revision of the article; F – final approval of the article.

REFERENCES

The references must contain the list of works for the last 5 years, for review - for the last 2 years. In the original works no less than 15 sources are quoted, in the reviews — up to 30. Every work in the literature list should be referred in the manuscript. The literature in the list is ordered according to reference to it in the text of the article, which is given in the square brackets, or after the alphabet.

The list is given in two variants. The first copy is designed according to DSTU 3008:2015, which is used in dissertational works.

And the second option (REFERENCES) is designed to analyze the article in international databases, it completely repeats the first, but transliterated in Latin, according to the requirements of the APA style.

Please note: the Internet resource http://www.citethisforme.com/ will help you to prepare the correct list of literature according to the requirements of APA. After you enter all the metadata in the proposed form, the system itself will generate the correct entry for your list of references. All you have to do is copy and paste into your article.

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