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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.
  • 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).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • 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.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

Author Guidelines

 Article Templates

Systematic author guideline Jurnal Kefarmasian Indonesia

  • The manuscript is written in a systematic order: Title; Author's name; Author Affiliation; Abstract; Keywords; Introduction; Method; Results and Discussion; Conclusion; Acknowledgment; and References.
  • The title should be accurate, clear, specific, and complete, a maximum of 15 words. Not allowed to contain abbreviations that are rarely used. The title is written in Indonesian and English.
  • The author's name without titles and professional positions such as Prof, Dr, Production Manager, etc. Always write your name in full version without abbreviated. Corresponding author should be noted with asterisk (*) at the end of the corresponding author's name.
  • The author's name without titles and professional positions such as Prof, Dr, Production Manager, etc. Always write your name in full version without abbreviated. Corresponding author should be noted with asterisk (*) at the end of the corresponding author's name.
  • Affiliation on of  all authors should be completely written, includes: the name of the department / unit, the name of the university / institution name, address, city, country. Corresponding address (e-mail address) is written by adding an asterisk (*) in superscript type before the email address. Different affiliations of the authors should be marked by a different number code with superscript type at the end of each author's name. If all authors came from the same affiliation / agency, no number code is needed to be written.
  • Abstract written in Indonesian and English with Times New Roman typeface, single spaced. The abstract should be clear, concise and descriptive. Abstract is written in Bahasa Indonesia and English using Times New Roman typeface, single spaced. The abstract should be clear, concise, and descriptive. The abstract is written in one paragraph with narrative form, consisting of a brief introduction, problems, goals, summary of results and conclusions. The abstract should contain 150-250 words.
  • Keywords maximum 5 words, been the most representative and most specifically describes the content of the manuscript. Each keyword is written in sentence format case, separated by a semicolon (;).
  • In the Introduction, Methods, Results and DiscussionConclusions, and Recommendations:
  1. If you want to write short, write the first complete followed by its abbreviation. Example: Basic Health Research (Riskesdas).
  2. References sorted by their appearance in the text and serial numbers written in superscript after the sentence, images or tables that cited / told / shown.
  3. For laboratory research, specify the brand and type of equipment and materials used.
  4. Table title is written above the table body, center, bold with font size 12. The content and information of the tables is written using font size 10. The table is written using horizontal lines as borders, the vertical lines is not allowed. Be sure to write an introductory sentence before displaying a table.
  5. The title of figure (or image) is written below the figure (or image), center, bold with font size 12. Make sure that the displayed figure (or image) is clear and legible. Always write an introduction before showing the figure (or image).
  6. The conclusion should answer the research objectives.
  7. When you do not want to put suggestions, this chapter does not need to be written.
  8. Acknowledgments should be written. Thanks be addressed to funders and those who helped during the research and writing of the manuscript.
  9. References are written using  at Mendeley tool ,  EndNote in the format of Vancouver
  • In the Introduction, the author should state the purpose of the study. Before the goal, the author must provide an adequate background, and literature studies briefly to record the solutions / methods available, show the results of previous studies, indicate the main limitations of previous studies, and indicates what is expected to overcome the existing limitations.
  • In the Methods section, the authors provide details sufficient to allow for reproducible research. The method has been published must be demonstrated by reference; only the relevant modifications should be explained. Chapter methods can be divided into sections, such as: Tools and materials: Device name mentioned brand and type (eg, HPLC detector (PDA Waters 2996)). For chemicals, also included details of a brand and purity (eg. CaO (Merck, 99.5%), work procedures: Work procedures can be described briefly in one paragraph. However, if there are many stages of work, each stage can be written in different sections.
  • Results and Discussion,the results must be clear and concise. The results should summarize scientific findings by providing very detailed data. It is advisable to show the difference between the results or findings themselves with previous publications by other researchers. As in the chapter Methods, Results and Discussion section can also be divided into sections. The table is written sequentially by number, and title is written above the table, such as Table 1. Table title using single spaced, center, 12pt, bold. For a table element must use single spacing, 10pt. Double spacing can be used to indicate the grouping of data or a separate section in the table. The column headings in the table is written using 10pt, bold. Make sure the table contents are clear and legible. Do not display vertical lines on the chart. There is only horizontal lines that should be displayed in the table. Before a table, enter the introduction to explain the table. Tables attached in a separate page after the text body. Images displayed include the title and numbered consecutively placed under the image, for example, Figure 1 (center, 12pt). Make sure that the images used are clear and legible. Hardcopy of the images used should be scanned and attached as an electronic version of the documents included in the .bmp or .jpg format. Before displaying the image, write an introduction to get into the image. Images attached in a separate page after the body text. The discussion should explore the importance of the work. The discussion is not equal to narrate the results table. The following components must be included in the discussion: How did your results related to the initial question or goals given in the Introduction (what)? Do you give a scientific interpretation for each of the results or findings presented (why)? Whether the results obtained are consistent with what has been reported by other research (what else)? Or is there a difference?
  • In conclusion, written in narrative form and have to answer the research objectives. Do not repeat the Abstract or just detailing the results of the experiment. Conclusions provide clear scientific justification for your research, and demonstrate the possible applications and further research. The conclusion must be in accordance with the original purpose of your research
  • Suggestions (if any) is written in narrative form and must be related to the research you have done. If you do not want to make a suggestion, this chapter does not need to be written.
  • Acknowledgments, this chapter must be written in order to appreciate those who have helped you and also avoid plagiarism and claim on your research by others. Acknowledgments may be directed to the people who have helped in the research, supervising research, and especially persons / sources of funding your research

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