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Submission Preparation Checklist

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.

Author Guidelines

GUIDE FOR AUTHOR

The Journal of Health Science and Prevention (JHSP) is an open-access journal, published twice a year in the field of public health sciences. JHSP seeks to encourage the dissemination of knowledge in the public health sector to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of public health interventions for better public health outcomes. JHSP is an interdisciplinary medium that serving several branches of life sciences and all aspects related to the science and practice of health and disease prevention including Preventive Health Care, Primary Prevention, Secondary Prevention, Tertiary Prevention, Health Promotion, Environmental Health, Baby and Child Care, Midwifery, Prevention Isoniazid preventive therapy tobacco use, Mental health.

SUBMISSION
1. Process of submitting manuscript, please open the page Process of submitting manuscript, please open the page http://jurnalfpk.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/jhsp/submissions
2. If you don’t have an account and password, please make it first then can log in using the account and password you have created. Prepare the script according to the instructions below.
3. The submitted script will undergo a strict editorial examination for plagiarism and writing format. Scripts that don’t pass the initial check will not proceed to the reviewer.
4. Authors must fill out a Conflict of interest form, signed by the author and attach ethical approval of the manuscript derived from the research that has an invasive action, if the manuscript doesn't take invasive action, then simply include a letter of research permit.
5. The script will not be processed if it doesn’t follow the journal's minimize style and writing instructions.
6. All submitted manuscript can use Indonesia or English. The Editor team doesn’t provide proofreading services for English, so it is the responsibility of the author. If grammar is too poor and doesn’t meet the standards, then the team editor will not process.
7. JHSP provides an opportunity with a fast track review system, after submitting please leave a message and WA number in the pre-review column.
8. Manuscripts sent are in Open Office or Microsoft Word document file format with 2000 - 7000 words. Paper used A4 size with the one-column format. The right, top, bottom margins by 2 cm and 3 cm on the left.

JHSP publishes original research articles, literature reviews, brief communications, case reports, opinion articles, editorials, mini reviews etc.

ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Original research categories are include:
1. The category of native research if it is a research report written by researchers who actually do research.
2. Researchers describe their hypothesis or research questions and the purpose of this research.
3. Researchers detailing their research methods.
4. The results are written in detail as well as a interpretation of data analysis to interpret possible research impacts.
5. The number of words in the core manuscript is at least 2,000 words.
6. Maximum number of tables/pictures 7.
7. List of reference used at least 18.
8. Writing systematics are as follows:

• Title
Title titles are made short, dense, informative. The title should display the most important result of the research.

• Abstract
The abstract contains the background, objectives, research methods, results and conclusions in one paragraph. The writing of the abstract is arranged as follows: 1) the manuscript is made under the title with a 1 space; 2) the English text is written in italic style; 3) the manuscript is made in paragraph form and consists of only one paragraph in the form of a full-sentence consisting of a maximum of 200 words, and is written in 1 page and 1 column; 4) the manuscript is written in Cambria font size 10 with a space of 1 space according to the template; 5) the distance between the abstract in Indonesian and in English is also according to the template, 6) a maximum of 5 keywords that are in accordance with the topic of writing, between keywords are written on new lines, written in italics for Indonesian keywords.

• Introduction
Provide an overview of the background of the study, identification of problems, and statements of purpose and hypotheses that will be tested in this study. The introduction should include data related to problems that develop relatives from similar studies. Proportional literature reviews are presented concisely and directly on the problem. An introduction is not the same as a literature review. Paragraph typed 5 beats indented. Reference is written in Vancouver Style, indicated in [1] mark.

• Method
The research method describes how research is carried out or describes research procedures consisting of research design, research objectives (population and sample), data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques. The research method can also contain an explanation of the materials and tools used, time, place, technique, and experimental design.

• Result
Explanation results are made clear and concise without providing interpretation and extrapolation of the results being reported. Researchers don’t need to provide explanations on the methods at the beginning of the results. The entire results of the analysis and experiments were reported in the manuscript including the results of the analysis of Sensistifitas and secondary analysis. Reported results are not limited to significant statistic-only results or results selected to support research hypotheses. It is worth mentioning the number of observations in each analysis, as well as information on missing data, how to handle and analysis.

• Discussion
The discussion describes the research results that are compared with the theories contained in the literature review to find out the similarities and differences, and the researchers' arguments. If there are similarities, the research results reinforce the previous theory. If different, it means a new finding. Discussion is NOT just explaining/describing the results of research or presenting numbers in tables or graphs only. Researchers are expected to provide reviews and other information needed to put the research findings into the context of the population being observed. They must also use the complete and balanced sources of the library including studies inconsistent with hypotheses, results and conclusions from current studies. Researchers convey honestly related to the weakness of the research. No need to re-mention the methods or results at the beginning of the discussion.

• Conclusions and Suggestions
The conclusion is the results and discussion accompanied by suggestions put forward by the author for the next development. Conclusions are the essence that are the main results of the research and are based on the facts found in the research, so they must be firm, concise, and clear so as not to cause multiple interpretations. NOT ALLOWED to make suggestions and conclusions in the form of points, but recommended in the form of paragraph descriptions. Suggestions are recommendations based on research results to help or overcome research problems so that they refer to practical actions, policies, development of new theories, to the need for further research.

• Acknowledments
Acknowledgements are addressed to institutions that fund research or support the implementation of your research, not to supervisors or other personal parties.

• Reference
1. The list of citation and reference libraries used are mandatory using the default citation applications (Mendeley, Endnote, Zotero, etc.).
2. The literature is written in Vancouver Style
3. The Reference is written in the Vancouver Style at least 80% derived from the SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION of the journal or Proceeding with a maximum of 5 years since the submit manuscript in JHSP.
4. Unpublished sources, such as manuscript or personal communication, cannot be used as reference text.
5. References in text, tables, and legends must be numbered in parentheses e.g. (1), (1, 4), (1-3),        (1, 3-5) and are quoted sequentially according to the sequence of appearances in the manuscript.
6. Don’t include references on the abstract
7. Reference on the table, images and panels must be in numerical order according to where the item is quoted in the textPustaka from online journals must include  DOI (digital object identifier)
8. Online material, please cite the URL, along with the date you access the website.

THE WRITING STYLE OF THE REFERENCE

The initials Book of family name writers. Title: Subtitle. Edition (if not the first). Place of publication: publisher; Years.

Books with 1-6 authors
1. Webb P, Bain C. Essential epidemiology: an introduction for students and health professionals. England : Cambridge University Press; 2010.

Book with over 6 authors
2. Fauci AS, Braunwald E, Kasper DL, et al. Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. 17th ed. New York: McGraw Hill; 2008.

Chapters in the book
3. Vidyadaran S, Ramasamy R, Seow HF. Stem cells and cancer stem cells: Therapeutic Applications in Disease and Injury. In: Hayat MA, editor. New York: Springer; 2012.

Ebook
4. Frank SA. Immunology and Evolution of Infectious Disease [Internet]. Princeton: Princeton University Press; 2002 [cited 2014 December 17]. Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK2394/pdf/TOC.pdf

Manuscript journal 1-6 author
5. Tresamol VP, Antony MA, Mini KV, Siju J. Seroprevalence of Leptospirosis among Cattle in and Around Thrissur District, Kerala. International Journal of Livestock Research. 2017;7(3): 45-48. https://doi.org/10.5455/ijlr.20170124044946

Manuscript Journal of more than 6 authors
6. Chadsuthi S, Bicout DJ, Wiratsudakul A, et.al. Investigation on predominant Leptospira serovars and its distribution in humans and livestock in Thailand, 2010-2015. PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2017;11(2). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0005228


LITERATURE REVIEW

1. Literature review is a method that is systematic, explicit and remanufacturibel to conduct identification, evaluation and synthesis of the work of research results and thought results that have been produced by researchers and practitioners.
2. The purpose of the Literature Writing Review is (1) providing a background/base theory for research to be conducted, (2) study the depth/breadth of existing research on topics to be researched and (3) Answer practitioners ' questions with an understanding of what previous research has produced.
3. Word count in a core manuscript is at least 3,500 words.
4. Maximum number of tables/images 3
5. Reference used at least 25.
6. Writing systematics are as follows:

• Title
Title titles are made short, dense, informative. The title should display the most important result of the research

• Abstract
The abstract for literature review consists of the introduction, discussion and conclusion sections.

• Introduction
Introduction gives an overview of the research background, the idetifying problems or research questions underlying the constituent literature review. At the end of the section tell the special purpose of the review answering questions.

• Discussion
- Researchers are expected to provide reviews as well as other information needed to put the research findings into the context of the population being observed.
- The review table goes into this section consisting of the name of the researcher, the title of the research, population, methods, outcomes and conclusions.
- Researchers used the complete and balanced sources of the library including studies inconsistent with hypotheses, results and conclusions from current studies.
- Researchers convey honestly related to the weakness of the research.
- No need to re-mention the methods or results at the beginning of the discussion.

• Conclusions and Suggestions
The author's is expected to summarize the main findings in brief, solid, and clear and answer research objectives. This conclusion can be concluded with suggestions and things that can be done in the future (if deemed necessary).

• Acknowledments
Acknowledgements are addressed to institutions that fund research or support the implementation of your research, not to supervisors or other personal parties.

• Reference
See the reference section above

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