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:: Authors’ guidelines ::
 | Post date: 2024/03/3 | 
 Make certain that any manuscript you submit adheres to the guidelines set forth by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) regarding ethics, in addition to complying with JBRMS’s general article requirements. All submitted manuscripts undergo plagiarism detection software checks. Falsification or fabrication of data, plagiarism, including duplicate publication of the authors’ own work without proper citation, and misappropriation of the work are all unacceptable practices. Any cases of ethical misconduct are treated very seriously and will be dealt with in accordance with the COPE guidelines.
JBRMS ensures that all articles undergo peer review, receive a DOI, are citable, published in both PDF and HTML formats, and are submitted for indexing in pertinent digital repositories.

 
  • File Format: Prepare the main submission file in Microsoft Office Word 2007 or a later version. If Endnote or Reference Manager links are utilized, please remove them. Tables should be formatted using Word's table feature, rather than as graphics. Ensure that figures are provided in a high-quality format, with a resolution of 300 dpi.
  • Formatting: Manuscripts must be typed in 12-point Times New Roman font, double-spaced, on ISO A4 paper with margins of at least 25 mm. Oxford English spelling and SI units of measurement are required. Line numbers should be inserted in the manuscript.
  • Ethical Compliance: Authors are required to explicitly state that their study adheres to the most recent revision of the Helsinki Declaration and follows ethical guidelines established by the responsible committee for human experimentation or the institutional and national protocols for animal research. The Ethical Code for the study should be incorporated within the Materials & Methods section.
  • Sections:
  • Title Page: Include manuscript title, a running title (≤ 50 characters), full names, affiliations and the ORCID ID of ALL authors, and contact information of the corresponding author, The corresponding author’s full information including: Name, Affiliation, Address & Email
  • Abstract and Keywords: Abstract (≤ 250 words for original/review articles, ≤ 100 words for short communication/case report articles) should include Introduction, Materials and methods, Results, and Conclusion sections. Include 4-8 keywords matching Medical Subject Headings (MESH).
  • Main Text:
  • Original Research Article: Should have a maximum word count of 12,000 and may contain no more than 15 Figures/Tables. Original articles should be structured as Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Systematic Review: Should have a maximum word count of 12,000 and may contain no more than 15 Figures/Tables. Systematic Reviews must adhere to the following guidelines: clearly delineate the research question using the PICOS framework (population, interventions, comparators, outcomes, and study designs), and specify the reporting guidelines employed in the study. To ensure appropriate design and reporting, systematic reviews should comply with recognized reporting guidelines such as PRISMA, Cochrane, or Campbell. Additionally, they should include the PRISMA flow diagram (if applicable) and disclose funding information (or state if there was no specific funding for the research). The format of Systematic Reviews should include: Abstract, Introduction, Methods (covering study design, participant details, interventions, comparators, systematic review protocol, search strategy, data sources, study selection, and data extraction), Results (comprising a flow diagram of retrieved studies, details of study selection and characteristics, synthesized findings, and assessment of risk of bias), Discussion (including a summary of main findings, limitations), Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References. Systematic Reviews should not incorporate unpublished material (such as original data, submitted manuscripts, or personal communications), and manuscripts containing such content may face rejection during review or be subject to reclassification, resulting in significant delays.
  • Review Article: Review articles delve into topics that have undergone significant advancement or evolution in recent years, offering an extensive and balanced examination. Rather than simply summarizing literature, reviews are expected to provide a comprehensive overview of the current state of the field. They should also address various perspectives or debates, fundamental concepts and issues, existing research gaps, and potential future developments. Peer-reviewed and capped at 12,000 words, Review articles are permitted a maximum of 15 Figures/Tables. The standard format for Review articles includes: Introduction, Relevant subsections pertaining to the topic, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References. Review articles are prohibited from incorporating unpublished material (such as original data, manuscripts under review, or personal communications), and manuscripts containing such content may face rejection or reclassification, resulting in significant delays.
  • Short Communication: Short Communications represent immediate dissemination of significant preliminary findings that are exceptionally novel, highly engaging, and poised to profoundly influence the field covered by the journal. These communications aim to establish a fundamental concept or idea. While there's no stringent page constraint for Short Communications, a recommended length falls within 2500-3500 words, accompanied by 2-3 figures and/or tables, and supported by 15-20 key references. Short communications are structured as Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Case Report/Series: Limited to 2500 words, structured as Introduction, Case Presentation, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Letter to the Editor: A letter addressed to the editor serves as a channel for communication between an article's author and the readership of a journal, facilitating ongoing discourse concerning the journal's content. While not constituting original research in its essence, a letter may present fresh perspectives, offer corrections, propose alternative theories, or seek clarification on published content. Letters to the Editor are considered for publication, subject to editorial adjustments and condensation, provided they do not contain material that has been previously submitted or published elsewhere. Letters referring to specific journal articles must adhere to a maximum word limit of 600 (excluding references). Additionally, letters are restricted to a maximum of eight references and one figure or table, and can be authored by no more than four individuals. This type of article will be fully peer-reviewed. The typical format for these articles includes: Introduction, Relevant subsections pertaining to the topic, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Opinion:
    Opinion articles provide authors with a platform to present their viewpoints on the interpretation of recent findings across various research domains, assess the value of employed methodologies, and evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of scientific hypotheses. They must adhere to the following guidelines: abstain from including unpublished or original data, base arguments on evidence, ensure full referencing, foster constructive dialogue, and avoid emotionally charged rhetoric. Opinion articles undergo peer review, are limited to a maximum word count of 2,000, and may include no more than 1 Figure/Table. for Opinion articles. The typical format for these articles includes: Introduction, Relevant subsections pertaining to the topic, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Hypothesis and Theory:
    Hypothesis and Theory articles aim to introduce a fresh argument, interpretation, or model, presenting a new hypothesis or theory. They are expected to encompass the following aspects: 1) Offering a new interpretation of recent data or findings within a specific research domain, 2) Providing an accurate presentation of previously proposed hypotheses or theories, 3) Ensuring that the presented hypothesis is testable within the current framework of knowledge, and 4) Potentially incorporating original data along with personal insights and opinions. These articles undergo peer review, are limited to a maximum word count of 12,000, and may include no more than 15 Figures/Tables. The typical format for these articles includes: Introduction, Relevant subsections pertaining to the topic, Discussion, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, Financial Support, conflict of interest, Authors’ contributions and References.
  • Editorial:
    Editorials are authored exclusively by the host editor(s) of JBRMS, with the aim of conveying to readers the objectives and significance of the research related to a specific topic, while also providing broader contextualization. They should refrain from including unpublished or original data, although the inclusion of references is strongly encouraged. Editorials may feature 1 Figure and are typically limited to 1,000 words for topics comprising 5-10 articles. However, the word limit can be adjusted to accommodate additional articles, with a maximum of 5,000 words for topics containing 50 articles or more.
  • References: Use Arabic numerals in the text and list references at the end of the main text. Include authors' surnames, initials (up to six authors, then "et al."), article title, abbreviated journal name, year, volume, issue, and page numbers. Digital Object Identifier (DOI) for any reference, if available, should be included at the end of that reference. Only English references are allowed. Authors may follow the patterns below for articles:

- Tran TN, Brettingham-Moore K, Duong CP, Mitchell C, Clemons NJ, Phillips WA. Molecular changes in the phosphatidylinositide 3-kinase (PI3K) pathway are common in gastric cancer. J Surg Oncol. 2013; 108(2):113-20. doi: 10.1002/jso.23357.
- Bräutigam L, Johansson C, Kubsch B, McDonough MA, Bill E, Holmgren A, et al. An unusual mode of iron-sulfur-cluster coordination in a teleost glutaredoxin. Biochem Biophys Res Commun. 2013; 436(3):491-6. doi: 10.1016/j.bbrc.2013.05.132.

For book chapters, names and initials of all authors, the full title, place of publication, publisher, year of publication, and page number should be demonstrated.

- Nichols WW, O'Rourke MF. Aging, high blood pressure and disease in humans. In: Arnold E, editor. McDonald's blood flow in arteries: theoretical, experimental and clinical principles. 3rd ed. London/Melbourne/Auckland: Lea and Febiger; 1990. P. 398-420.

For entire books, reference formatting would be as:

-Jenkins PF. Making sense of the chest x-ray: a hands-on guide. New York: Oxford University Press; 2005. P.94.
  • Tables: Arrange in numerical order as cited in the text. Each table should have a clear title above the table as well as explanatory footnotes.
  • Figures, Diagrams, Images, and Legends: Number the legends in the order they are cited and clarify all symbols and abbreviations used. Captions should be positioned below the figures.
  • Acknowledgments: Offer appreciation to individuals or organizations whose contributions aided or impacted the research.
  • Financial Support: Specify sources of financials.
  • Conflict of Interest: Declare any potential conflicts of interest.
  • Authors’ Contribution: Include the initials of each author, detailing their contributions to the project.

Please ensure that the sequence of the final sections follows the specified order: Acknowledgments, Financial Support, Conflict of Interest, Authors’ Contribution.
  

 
  
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