Articles are received in two languages: Russian and English. The article should have an official referral from the institution in which the work was done, and a manager’s visa on the first page, certified by the round seal of the sending institution.
The article is printed in Times New Roman No. 14 font at 1.5 intervals, 60–62 characters per line, 30 lines per page. Pages should be numbered. The article is sent to the editors by e-mail.
Accompanying documents should be sent in scanned form to e-mail.
On the first page, at the outset write the initials and surname of the author (s), the name of the article, the full name of the institution (s) in which the work was performed, city, country. Be sure to indicate in which institution each of the authors works.
A summary is attached to each article. The resume should be extended and contain at least 350 words. A summary of the original article should be structured as follows: the purpose of the study; material and methods; results; conclusion.
The summary of the review article should contain a summary and be consistent with the structure of the article. A summary of the Clinical Case article includes relevance, description of the clinical observation, and conclusion. The resume is followed by keywords (when choosing keywords, we recommend using the MeSH keyword dictionary). There should be at least 10 keywords. Resume and keywords are printed in italics, without indentation, the headings are separated by a paragraph, the headings are highlighted in bold (volume 500-1000 characters).
After the summary should be presented data on each of the authors: last name, first name and patronymic; academic degree and title; position; name of the institution in which the author works; business postal address with postal code; telephone; e-mail, as well as without fail ORCID of each author. After that indicate the data in the same order in English.
The volume of original articles, literature reviews, and articles of the section “To Help a Practical Physician” should not be less than 7 pages and should not exceed 15 pages for original articles, from 10 pages to 25 for – review articles, and for notes from practice – from 5 to 10 pages. The article should have no more than 4 figures and / or 4 tables. The editors reserve the right to shorten articles.
Original articles should have the following sections: headnote, material and methods, research results and discussion, conclusion or inference.
Authors should use modern Russian-language scientific terminology and not use “tracing-paper” of terms transcribed from foreign words. The abbreviation of words and names, in addition to the generally accepted abbreviations of measures, physical and mathematical quantities and terms, is allowed only with the initial indication of the full name. Highly specialized terms should be deciphered. We do not recommend using abbreviations in the title of the article.
The article should be carefully verified by the author. In mathematical formulas, it is necessary to clearly mark all the elements: Latin and Greek letters, superscripts and subscripts, uppercase and lowercase letters; letters and numbers similar in spelling.
The names of the microorganisms are written in Latin and in italics.
Requirements for the presentation of statistical analysis:
The methods of statistical analysis used in the study should be described in the subsection “Statistical analysis” at the end of the section “Materials and Methods”. It is necessary to describe statistical methods in as much detail as is necessary to assess their adequacy and to confirm the results obtained by knowledgeable readers, subject to access to relevant data. Description and presentation of the results of statistical analysis should comply with the Guide “Statistical analysis and methods in the published literature”
The list of literature attached to the article should include the works of domestic and foreign authors over the past 5-15 years. At least 25 sources are cited in the original articles and at least 50 in the reviews. At the same time, more than 50% of the cited papers should be printed over the past 5 years. The list is compiled according to the rules for compiling bibliographic references (authors’ bibliography), taking into account the “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals” manuscripts submitted to the biomedical journals (see Appendix).
Bibliographic references should be numbered, in the text they are given in square brackets in accordance with the list of references. The author is fully responsible for the accuracy of the references.
References to thesis and abstracts are not recognized by the international community, and therefore should not be given.
Tables should contain generalized and statistically processed data. Each table must have a number and a title. Units are given in the SI system.
Illustrative material (photographs, drawings, diagrams, ) is attached in the text and in a separate file.
The figure is given a General signature, then explain all the numbers and letters.
In the captions to the micrographs of histological preparations, it is necessary to specify the method of coloring and magnification.
Photos must be provided in their original form without the use of retouching and color grading.
Images must be submitted in TIFF, JPG (highest quality) formats.
The image size must be at least 1500 * 1500 pixels.
The subject should be in focus
The author must sign the article. A collective article should be signed by all authors indicating the role of each.
Research concept and design – I. Ivanov, S. Sidorov
Collection and processing of material – P. Petrov
Statistical data processing – P. Petrov
Writing a text– S. Sidorov
Editing – I. Ivanov
Putting his signature under the article, the author thereby transfers the right to publish it to the editorial office, guarantees its originality and certifies that neither the article itself, nor the drawings to it were previously published and sent for publication to other publications.
In determining authorship, it is recommended that the ICJME criteria be followed.
Correction to the authors is not sent.
The author must have accurate and complete information on the research described in the article, which can be submitted on request.
The author does not have the right to submit one article for publication in several scientific publications. If the article uses information that was previously published, the author must indicate the source and author of the quoted information. In addition, the author must provide the editor with a copy of the cited article.
The author must confirm that his article is original, and indicate the sources of cited information.
The author is responsible for complying with national and local laws when conducting studies involving people and animals (e.g. Helsinki Declaration of the World Medical Academy; NCD policy on animal research; EU animal research directive). The author must obtain permission to publish from the person (s) who participated in the study and respect confidentiality.
1.Gratitudes. The authors can express gratitude to the persons and organizations that contributed to the preparation of the article.
2..Information about the sources of financing. It is necessary to indicate the source of funding for the study, preparation of the review or lecture (the name of the planned research carried out on the state task, the grant number and the name of the fund, commercial or state organization, etc.). No amount of funding required
3.Conflict of Interest Information. It is necessary to declare the presence or absence of a potential conflict of interest (for example, competing interests, which, in the author’s opinion, may have a direct or indirect influence on the publication process)
4.When identifying a significant error in the publication, the author must immediately inform the editor. Throughout the publication process, the author is obliged to cooperate with the editor and publisher, adding, deleting and correcting the article, if necessary. If a significant error, inaccuracy of data, etc. is revealed, after publication, the editors reserve the right to withdraw the published article.
5.The author fully assumes responsibility for possible plagiarism of text, figures, etc. The author submits to the editorial office in a separate file (pdf format) the result of checking the article for originality (uniqueness) of the text of the article from https://text.ru/ and / or https : //www.antiplagiat.ru/ or other similar resources. The editorial board of the journal, when considering an article, can check the material using systems for checking the text of articles for anti-plagiarism. In the event that multiple borrowings are discovered, the editors act in accordance with COPE rules.
6.When reviewing copyright material received, the Editorial Board is guided by the «Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals» (Intern. committee of medical journal editors. Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals // Ann. Intern. Med. 1997; 126: 36–47) EASE and Singapore Statement on Research Integrity.
7.Authors must provide a link to their digital profile in ORCID.
9. When sending an article to the editorial office, the authors must be informed whether one of the authors is a dissertation, be sure to indicate the title of the dissertation within which this work was performed.
8. Articles submitted in violation of the rules of design are not considered.
9. Articles submitted in violation of the rules of registration are not considered. Articles should be sent through the article submission system https://hnj.science/podat-statyu/
RULES OF REGISTRATION OF REFERENCE LISTS
The rules for compiling cited references (bibliography) for authors are compiled taking into account the “Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals” manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals. The correct description of the sources used in the references is the guarantee that the cited publication will be taken into account when evaluating the scientific activities of its authors and the organizations where they work.
=In the list of references, all works are listed in citation order (references to them in the text, not alphabetically). At least 25 sources may be cited in original articles, at least 50 in literature reviews, up to 25 in lectures and other materials. The bibliographic description of domestic journals is complete, foreign ones must comply with PubMed or MEDLINE style.
The procedure for compiling the list: 1) the author (s) of the book or article (with the authors’ team up to 6 people, all are mentioned, with large groups of authors – 3 first authors “et al.”, In foreign ones “et al.”); 2) if editors act as authors of books, after the surname should be put “ed.”; 3) the title of the book and article; 4) output.
If the cited article has a DOI index, you must specify it in the list of references.
Examples of references to the literature
Martin A., Jackel M.C., Christiansen H. et al. Organ preserving transoral laser microsurgery for cancer of the hypopharynx. Laryngoscope. 2008; 118: 298–406.
Huang W.Y., Jen Y.M., Chen C.M. Intensity modulated radiotherapy with concurrent chemotherapy for larynx preservation of advanced resectable hypopharyngeak cancer. Radiat. Oncol. 2010;5:37
Бибков М.М., Шевчук Н.Е., Мальханов В.Б. Цитокины в клинической офтальмологии. Уфа, 2008. 152 с. Keshav S., Culver E. Gastroenterology: Clinical cases uncovered. New York: Wiley—Blackwell; 2011. 192p.
Materials of scientific conferences
European meeting on hypertension. Milan, Jine 15–19, 2007. Milan; 2007.
World Health Organization. Health for All Database. http://www.euro.who.int/ru/what-we-do/data-and-evidence/databases/european-health- for-all-database-hfa-db2
Sample transliteration and translation of the article for Russian-language links:
Egorov M.A., Nefedov V.P., Nefedov O.V. Clinical morphology of precancer and cancer of the lip. Klinicheskaja stomatologija. 2011;4(60):26–28