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AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Screening for Plagiarism Policy

The editors of Asian Journal of Health Research will screen all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism using Turnitin plagiarism checker. A similarity of more than 20% is not acceptable.

Submissions

The manuscript must be submitted through the online submission of registered users. For further questions and information contact:

Article Types

Manuscripts are considered for publication to understand that they have not been published previously and are not under consideration by another publication. The manuscript should be in MS word format (doc, Docx) written in Times New Roman number 12, justify 1,5 lines spacing on A4 (8.5" x 11") paper size with 3 cm margins, and should adhere to the ICMJE guidelines. We accept three types of articles.

Original articles

These articles typically include randomized trials, laboratory and animal studies, intervention studies, studies of screening and diagnostic tests, cohort studies, case-control studies, and surveys with high response rates, which represent new and significant contributions to the field.

Structure: Title page, Abstract with keywords (including Background, Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusion), Introduction, Methods (participants, study design, experimental protocol, statistical methods, ethical statement), Results, Discussion, Conflict of Interest (if any), Acknowledgment (if any), Availability of data and materials (if any) and References.

Word limit: Abstract: 250 words maximum. Keywords: 3-5. Article (not including abstract, references, and tables/figures): 3000 words maximum

Tables/Figures/Diagrams: Up to five in total

References: 40 or less

The name of the registry and the trial or study registration number must be included.

Systematic review and meta-analysis

These should be systematic and critical assessments of the literature and data resources. All articles and data sources should include information about the specific type of study or analysis, population, intervention, exposure, and tests or outcomes; and should adhere to the PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses) guidelines.

Structure: Title page, Abstract with keywords (including Background, Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusion), Introduction, Methods (participants, study design, experimental protocol, statistical methods, ethical statement), Results, Discussion, Conflict of Interest (if any), Acknowledgment (if any), Availability of data and materials (if any) and References.

Word limit: Abstract: 250 words maximum. Keywords: 3-5. Article (not including abstract, references, and tables/figures): 2500 words maximum

Tables/Figures/Diagrams: Up to three in total

References: 50 or less

Case Report

These will typically be published with classical or unusual issues facing the practitioner. It must be justified why the report is needed then alternative research methodology and should follow the CARE guidelines.

Structure: Title page, Abstract, Background, Case Presentation (participants, study design, experimental protocol, statistical methods, ethical statement), Investigation (if any), Differential Diagnosis (if any), Treatment (if any), Outcomes and Follow up, Discussion, and References.

Word limit: Abstract: 250 words maximum. Article (not including abstract, references, and tables/figures): 2000 words maximum

Tables/Figures/Diagrams: Up to three in total

References: 50 or less