Manuscripts are submitted online to https://ojs.unud.ac.id/index.php/jbn/submissions. The requirements for collecting the manuscript can be seen in the Guide to the author and enclosing:
- Complete journal manuscript
- Cover Letter
- Approval of photo publication (if there is a patient photo)
The editorial board or editor's team has the right to review and edit any text in the content of the format aspect of the Jurnal Bedah Nasional for review by the reviewers. The decision to accept or reject the text is considered by the reviewers and the editor team.
All manuscripts collected at first will be reviewed internally by the editor's team. Manuscripts that do not comply with the Guidelines for Authors or do not have priority publications will usually be the lowest priority. If you meet the initial requirements, the manuscript will be sent for evaluation by the reviewers in a "double blind system" (the manuscript is sent without the name of the author to ensure the confidentiality of the author). One article is reviewed by a minimum of two reviewers with a maximum of one month. The author may not recommend the name of reviewers, but can provide the names of people they do not want to act as reviewers by sending an email to the editor's team.
The author needs to revise the manuscript based on peer review and editorial team. When preparing a revision, the author must show an explanation of the points that the reviewers are addressing and show where appropriate revisions are made.
Each rejected text will be notified to the Author via email and can be sent to other Journals. Each manuscript received will undergo a process of adjusting the style of the Jurnal Bedah Nasional and Turnitin examined for plagiarism detection.
The JBN (Jurnal Bedah Nasional) accepts journals in Indonesian or English. For Indonesian-language scripts, the spelling used should be in accordance with the spelling of the Indonesian Dictionary. If the text is in English, you should use the spelling guidelines for the Oxford English Dictionary or Webster Dictionary. Articles have a maximum number of words of 3000 words with tables and images totalling a maximum of 6 pieces. References are written according to Vancouver guidelines with a maximum of 30 references. The format received is MS Word with 12 pt Times New Roman fonts.
The title to be made with CAPITAL LETTERS with 14 pt Times New Roman fonts, as short as possible, is informative and able to summarize the contents of the text and does not contain abbreviations. Under the title mentioned the name of the main author and the supporting writer, included completely without a title, with the address of the institution of employment.
Abstracts must be written in Indonesian and English in a maximum of 250 words and accompanied by 3 to 5 keywords. Abstracts are written in one paragraph format.
The contents vary according to the type of manuscript collected. Research Articles (Original Article) consist of observational or experimental research results. This article is scientific and informative, compiled as concisely and as clearly as possible. The contents of research articles are arranged in the following order: i) Abstract, ii) Introduction, iii) Methods, iv) Results, v) Discussion, and vi) Conclusions and Suggestions, vii) Thank you (if any), viii) Statement, ix) References. Examples of presentation of research articles can be seen in the following link (Indonesian, English). The Literature Review (Review Article) can be in the form of library references or library progress. It is better to contain a problem that is warm and its contents will provide enlightenment and expand or deepen the scientific insight of the reader about the topic of discussion. The contents of the literature review are arranged in the following order: i) Abstract, ii) Introduction, iii) Sub-title of literature review, iv) Discussion, v) Conclusions, vi) Acknowledgments, vii) Statement, v) References. The Case Report in the form of presenting rare or interesting cases that can be presented. The contents of case reports should be arranged in the following order: i) Abstract, ii) Introduction, iii) Case report, iv) Discussion, v) Conclusions, vi) References. The use of illustrations is limited to matters that are relevant to the contents of the text. Examples of presentation of case report can be seen in the following link (Indonesian, English).
Tables are presented in a coherent manner with structured numbering. Tables are not presented in photo format. Tables may not be more than 1 page.
Images are presented in a coherent manner with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi. Patient photos, especially in case reports, must be approved by the patient by filling out the form below.
References are made according to Vancouver rules; the standard article in the journal if the number of authors is 3 or less, then all the authors are written.
For example of the manuscript template, can see below: