Author Guidelines


Jurnal Profesi Medika: Jurnal Kedokteran dan Kesehatan accepts manuscripts in medicine. Research papers, even case reports, are born in this journal.

Manuscripts sent to the editors have never been published/published by other scientific journals/magazines and are not being sent to other scientific journals/magazines for publication simultaneously.

The Manuscript is in MS Word format (.doc), written in English or Russian based on the Guidelines for the authors below and General Guidelines for Forming Terms (the abstract is written in English). It is written adjusting to the article template. One article contains 3000-5000 words.

To simplify and optimize the Manuscript, the author is recommended to use software tools or tools that have been available, such as Mendeley in reference management, maintaining each word according to grammar, and Corel draws in maximizing the resolution of images.


  1. Manuscript is 1.5 spaced in A4. The upper, lower, left, and right margins are 2.5 cm. Pages are numbered in the bottom right corner in order after the title page.
  2. Title Page contains Title, full names of author(s) and institution(s), the e-mail address of the corresponding author, and abstract.
  3. Main text should be structured as an introduction (contains main problems, author rationalization of the research importance, the primary source of the problem, gap analysis, study approach, and end with a paragraph on research purpose), research method (method, materials, research location and time, population and sample, measurement technique, and or data analysis), results, discussion, conclusion (included: implication, recommendation and research shortage)
  4. Ending: References, symbol information. Reference List contains a minimum of 10 references from published scientific journals.
  5. Case Report is structured as abstract, introduction (background, purpose, and reports benefits), case report, and discussion (included: recommendation).


  1. Title is written in English and capitalized in the first letter of each word / Title Case (except conjunction, which is written with lowercase), bold, Cambria font 12 pt., single-spaced, contains a maximum of 15 words and three lines, and centered.
  2. The author's full name is written right below the Title, single-spaced. No academic title, abbreviation, title case, or use of the word " by" should be written. The author's name is ordered as the first writer, second writer, third writer, and so on.
  3. All writers' university/institution and e-mail addresses are written below the full name. All author's e-mail addresses should be written.
  4. Working unit is centered, written in English based on the order of the author and numbered in superscript. The name, address, and e-mail address are written in the center, below the working unit.


  1. The abstract contains the main problems, background, purpose, method, and main findings of the research. It is written narratively and contains a maximum of 200 words, single-spaced, without the title "Background: "Method:" "Results: "Conclusion," and such.
  2. The abstract is written in English respectively and Russian (layout from editor).
  3. The abstract is typed in Cambria12 pt., without indentation in the first sentence.
  4. The Abstract contains keywords. The keyword should be 3-7 words for each phrase.

Click our template: Template JPM 2023 English



The introduction contains the background, purpose, novelty, and urgency of the research and hypothesis( if any).


Research Method contains research design, subject, materials, and procedure. In this part, the author should include reasoning in choosing a specific type of method or any statistical analysis.


The research results are presented from the general to specific findings using tables and appropriate images. The most crucial result must be emphasized without the author's interpretation.


The discussion contains a comparison of the results of the findings to previous research, covering its implications and how it affects specific fields of science. The author must also discuss any weaknesses of the study.


In this part, the author concludes the discussion mentioned before and states the answer to the research purposes. The author may insert any suggestions and input for further research.


The author may acknowledge a person or institution that helped him/ him/ them during the research in any way.

Additional instruction :

  1. The new paragraph is aligned to the left and not indented. There is no spacing between the paragraphs.
  2. Foreign words are typed in italics
  3. Tables and images are given a clear explanation and numbered
  4. Acknowledgment is given to professionals, departments, institutions, or others who have supported the author in any way.


  1. References are written in the Vancouver style with the use of Zotero and numbered in order of their appearance in the text, not ordered by their year of publication or alphabetically.
  2. In the article, the reference number is written in superscript without brackets and after the closing punctuation. Every statement must be supported by references written in the reference list.
  3. References from the past eight years are a must (25%). All references must be at most ten years from now. Observational studies: cohort, case-control, cross-sectional; panel discussion: presiding in oral presentation; textbook; and expert opinion. The proportion is 60% for primary sources such as journals and 40% for others.
  4. Abbreviations of journal names should be according to the list, such as NLM Catalog.