Author Guidelines

Writers wishing to enter the manuscript should pay attention to the points below. If the manuscript does not meet the requirements stated, it is possible that the manuscript will be returned.

  1. The submission has not been published before or is under consideration by another journal (or an explanation has not been provided in the comments to the editor).
  2. Script file in Microsoft Word document file format
  3. Manuscript is the result of research or thought results in the field of health
  4. The article is written in Bahasa Indonesia as much as 6-8 pages with A4 paper, space 1 comes with max abstract. 150-200 words and included keywords
  5. Writing by using Times New Roman font 11
  6. A4 paper settings: 4 cm for left and top sides and 3 cm for right and bottom sides
  7. A brief bio and the identity of the researcher are listed on the first page of the manuscript, provided that the author's name, and the name of the institution is in bold
  8. Article sent in soft copy
  9. The format of the article follows the pattern as follows:
    1. Title ( lowercase font 12 )
    2. Author name
    3. Name of Institution / Institution to work
    4. Abstract in English
    5. Keywords
    6. Writing formats include:


Containing background, problem formulation, library review research objectives{(theoretical studies) each containing subtitles)} each subtitle is written in bold letters, each new alenia is written over 5 taps and each alenia contains no spaces, foreign words are italicized, each alenia has two sitasis (more than the last 5 years) described gab analysis.


The methodology outlines the main materials and equipment, as well as the research methods used, as well as providing adequate details that allow the research to be repeated. measuring instruments that have been used must be shown using references, writing the main materials and equipment is described in a concise and clear paragraph form.


Contains an explanation of the results of the analysis related to the research question. Each research result is followed by a discussion. The discussion contains the meaning of the results and comparisons with theories and/or similar research results. The length of exposure to results and discussion is 40-60% of the length of the article.


The Conclusion section contains research findings in the form of answers to research questions or in the form of the essence of the discussion results. Suggestions are written clearly and operationally.  Conclusions and suggestions are presented in the form of narrative Writing directly, ie presented directly the results discussed, not written individually conclusions written narratively not with a number in order.

  1. Bibliography : Written consistently with the Havard style method it is recommended to use Mendeley, using at least 20 ideals with a sequence system: the name-year-title-name of the published journal, with a space of 1, and the second line jutting 1 cm.


Rueppel ML, Brightwell BB, Schaefer J, Marvel JT. 1997. Metabolism and degradation of glyphosate in soil and water. J Argric Food Chem 25:517-528


Moore-Landecker E. 1990. Fundamentals of the fungi. Ed ke-3. New Jersey:Prentice Hall.

Chapter in the book:

Van Welzen PO, Verheij EWM. 1997. Nephelium lappaceum L. Di dalam: Verheij EWM, Coronel RE (ed). Prosea Sumber Daya Nabati Asia Tenggara 2. Jakarta: Gramedia Pustaka Utama. Hlm 299-306.


Kooswardhono, M, Sehabudin. 2001. Analisis ekonomi usaha ternak sapi perah di wilayah Provinsi Jawa Barat. Abstrak Seminar Pengembangan Peternakan Berbasis Sumberdaya Lokal. Bogor, 8-9 Agustus 2001. Bidang Sosial dan Ekonomi-15. hlm 189.

Proceedings :

Lukiwati DR, Hardjosoewignjo S. 1998. Mineral content improvement of some tropical legumes with Glamous fungi inoculation and rock phosphate fertilization. Di dalam : Proceedings of the International Workshop on Mycorrhiza. Guangzhou, PR China, 6 September – 31 August 1998. hlm 77 – 79.


Ismunadji M. 1982. Pengaruh Pemupukan belerang terhadap susunan kimia dan produksi padi sawah. (Tesis). Bogor. Institut Pertanian Bogor.

Information from the Internet:

Hansen L. 1999. Non target effect of Bt corn pollen on the Monarch butterfly (Lepidoptera: Danaidae). (21 Agu 2009)

  1. For table writing, table headings are written above with a left aligned space of 1 without column lines.
  2. For image writing, the title of the image is written below, with a space of 1