Articles can be sent to the editorial board with the following conditions :
1. Research Articles
The format of the research article consists of:
- Abstract (Indonesian and English).
The format of meta-analysis consists of:
- Abstract (Indonesian or English).
3. Literature Review
This is the article that covers the latest issues. The format of this article is as follows:
- Abstract (Indonesian or English).
The format used is as follows:
- The author lists the form of writing submitted whether in the form of research articles, meta-analyses, case reports, literature reviews, editorials, or letters to the editor in the upper right corner of the submitted articles.
- The articles submitted are original articles (not a duplication of the other articles).
- It has never been published or is being submitted in another journal by signing a statement letter.
- The author must ensure that all co-authors have approved the article. If it is known that the submitted article is a duplicate of another article or has been published in another journal, the article will be disqualified.
- All articles will be discussed by experts in the appropriate scientific field (peer review) and the editorial board.
- Articles that do not follow the format determined and need to be corrected will be returned back to the author.
- Research articles must obtain ethics committee approval or consider ethical aspects of research that can be accounted for.
- Articles and images submitted to the Editor of JSSEK will not be returned to the author.
- The author is obliged to make a statement of approval following the rules set by the editorial of the JSSEK and a statement of the originality of the writing.
- In the process of submitting articles to the JSSEK Journal, the author will be given a notification about the stages and progress of the submitted article starting from: Article submission statement (submitted) if the article has been received by the editor and the form is declared as completed and then a peer review and review process will be carried out (review); Declaration of eligibility and completion of the peer review process has been completed and is declared eligible, the initial article review process has been completed and orders for payment of administrative and investment fees; A statement of approval of the article (accepted) when the review process has been completed and the author has made improvements to the article that has changed and proof of payment has been received by the editor of the JSSEK, the publication of the article (published) states that the article will be published in the edition that has been determined by the editor of JSSEK.
The Format of the Writing
- The article must use proper and correct Indonesian.
- The article is typed in 1 space on A4 paper.
- The left and top margins are 4cm and the right and bottom are 3 cm.
- The maximum number of pages is 10 pages.
- The font style is Times New Roman with a font size is 12.
- Each of the pages is sequentially numbered starting from the title to the last page in the lower right corner of the page.
- Article submitted must be in Microsoft Word (Ms. Word) format.
Abstract and Keywords
- The abstract is written in Indonesian and English for research articles while others can be written in Indonesian only or in English.
- The abstract is written in one paragraph with a maximum number of 200 words.
- The abstract is written concisely and clearly so that it allows the reader to understand new or important aspects without having to read the entire paper according to the introduction, methods, result, and discussion (IMRAD) format.
- Choose 3-5 keywords that can help with indexing and sort them alphabetically. Keywords are placed on the same page as abstract.
- Include measurements in International System units (SI units).
- Do not use non-standard abbreviations.
- Contents must be in metric units (meters, kilograms, or liters).
- Do not start sentences with numeric numbers; For sentences starting with a number, write them with letters.
- Each reference, figure, and table obtained from the reference source is marked with a number in superscript form according to the Vancouver style.
- Each table must be typed with 1 spaces.
- The table numbers are sequential according to the order in which they are mentioned in the text.
- Each table is given a short title.
- Each column is given a short subtitle.
- Place the explanation in the footnote, not in the title. Explain in footnotes all non-standard abbreviations in the table.
- The maximum number of tables is 6 (every 1000 words in the article can be made 1 table)
- Photos/images are placed separately in the form of attachments.
- Images must be numbered in the order they appear in the text.
- Each image is labeled on the back and written with the image number, author's name, and a sign indicating the 'top' of the image.
- Photographs of potentially identifiable persons must be accompanied by written permission.
- Images that have been published must be accompanied by written permission.
- The maximum number of photos/images is 6 pieces.
Statistical methods should be described in detail in the methods chapter and supported by references. Unusual methods are written in detail with references to these methods.
Acknowledgments may be given to research contributors without writing a degree. Acknowledgments are addressed to professionals who have contributed to the preparation of the journal, including providing technical support, financial support, and general support from an institution.
- References are written according to the APA7 writing rules.
- Numbers are sequentially given according to the appearance in the article, not alphabetically.
- Include the names of the authors maximum of 6 people, if more, write the names of the first 6 people, then et al.
- The maximum number of references is 20 from the last 10 years.
- References are sought from journals (at least 80%) and from textbooks.
- References from journals that have been submitted for publication but have not yet been published must be written as unpublished observations with the permission of the source. Papers that have been accepted and are awaiting publication in certain magazines must be written “in press.”
Leshner Al. Molecular mechanism of cocaine addiction. N Engl J Med. In press 2011.
- Avoid reference in the form of personal communication except for the information that is impossible to obtain from public sources.
- Include source name and date of the communication. Write the permission and confirmation of the accuracy of the source of the communication.