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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 adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines

Manuscript preparation:

Before all of you submit the manuscript, please read carefully and follow the information:

  1. The manuscript was the result of your works (original – not plagiarism) and has never been published in another journal;
  2. The article is written in Indonesian and English. The abstract should be written in English and Indonesian (if the manuscript is in Indonesian);
  3. Manuscript file must be digital. We suggest the use of software Microsoft Office (2010 or above) with extension documents (.rtf, .doc, or .docx) and;
  4. Document format style: Manuscript type on A4 Margin Top: 2,5 cm, Bottom: 2,5 cm, Left: 2.5 cm, Right: 2.5 cm, header 1.27 cm and footer 1.27 cm with different odd and even; for body text use two column; written with font style Times New Roman; single line spacing; and black color font. For specific information about technical information about the manuscript content, see the Submission Preparation Checklist and use the PharmaCine Template.
  5. If the article is accepted for publication, the author is deemed to have agreed to allow the article to be published in the PharmaCine journal via online or print media.


The structure of manuscripts:

1. Title:

This title page contains the title of the article (written clearly and informatively), the name of each author (without accompanying title or position), the author's affiliation/institution (institution name, address, postal code, country), corresponding author, correspondence email, telephone, and fax.

2. Abstract:

Abstracts are written in Indonesian and English with a maximum of 300 words, typed with single spacing in Times New Roman 10 font. Abstracts are written concisely and clearly, including an introduction, methods, results, discussion, and research conclusions. Abstracts are equipped with 3–6 keywords.

3. Introduction:

Contains background information relevant to the research objectives. The research objectives and hypotheses must be stated clearly.

4. Case presentation (for case report-type articles):

Explanation of the patient's condition, outcome measurement, protocol assessment, and treatment. Methods and results must report outcomes from treatment as measured by primary outcomes and other data. The case presentation is explained briefly and does not contain the author's conclusions or judgment regarding the patient's condition. Conclusions are drawn in the discussion section.

5. Method:

The method must be written in detail so that other researchers can reproduce the results obtained. The selection of inclusion and exclusion criteria for research subjects and the statistical methods used must be written clearly. RESEARCH ETHICS aspects (for original articles) must be presented in this section. In this section, please write down the patient's consent that has been obtained (if using a patient consent form/informed consent). Patients have the right to privacy, which must not be violated without a consent form. In this section, When reporting experiments performed on humans, authors should indicate whether the procedures followed were by the ethical standards of the committee responsible for experimentation on humans (institutional and national) and were by the 1975 Declaration of Helsinki, as revised in 2000.

6. Results:

Results are presented in an easy-to-understand format using 2D images and tables. The total number of tables and figures is 6 (six) pieces. Tables should not be presented in the form of images. Each table and figure must be given a short title, explanations, and abbreviations placed in the table/figure caption, not in the table/figure title. Images are delivered in good resolution sizes. Tables can only have a maximum of 3 columns, and CANNOT have vertical lines,

7. Discussion:

The discussion in the research article is carried out on the results obtained and correlated with other relevant studies. The discussion focuses on the main results of the study. Research limitations and the impact of research results are explained in detail. Discussions in case report-type articles, cases, and the author's opinions are explained by comparing cases with literature. Case evaluation, rational patient management, and several reasons for selecting treatment procedures are discussed in detail. The author must explain the limitations and treatment recommendations supported by the reference.

8. Conclusion:

Conclusions are connected to the research objectives.

9. Acknowledgments:

In this section, the author thanks those who contributed to the research.

10. Funding:

In this section, please provide funding from certain entities (government, social foundations/organizations, commercial sponsors, academic institutions, etc.) that could be considered to influence, or have the potential to influence, what the author wrote in the manuscript. If there is no funding, the author can write: This research was not funded by any grant source

11. Conflict of interest:

In this section, please write a conflict of interest statement. Conflicts of interest can occur when the author/author's institution has financial or personal relationships that could inappropriately influence the research (bias), such as dual commitments, competing interests, or competing loyalties). A conflict of interest has the potential to occur when an individual believes that relationships with other parties can influence the scientific judgments made. If there is no conflict of interest, the author can write: All authors declare no potential conflict of interest with this article's research, authorship, and publication.

12. Bibliography:

The bibliography is written according to VANCOUVER writing rules and is numbered sequentially, not alphabetically, according to its appearance in the article. The authors' names are included in a maximum of 6 people; if more than the names written are the names of the first six people and then et al. All libraries used must be published in the last ten years. As many as 60% of the libraries used are primary libraries. Primary literature is articles in scientific journals, articles in research books, and other materials that are original works. Writing a bibliography using Endnote, Mendeley, or other Reference Manager applications is recommended.