All manuscripts for publication should be typewritten, in English language, with double spacing and adequate margins, fully corrected and submitted in duplicate hard copy and electronic MS- Word.
The title should be specific, descriptive and short. It should be followed by full names of the author(s) and academic qualifications (for students’ course and a year of study). A section of correspondence should follow soon after the abstract and should consist of the name of the author and his/her address.
The abstract should be structured and include sections on objectives, design, settings, participants, main outcome measures, results and conclusion. Full articles should include the following sections: a structured abstract, introduction, methodology, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgement and references. The length of the original articles or elective or research work should not exceed 2500 words (excluding reference). Case reports should not exceed 900 words (reference inclusive) Tables should be limited to four (4).
References should conform to the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals (International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Med Educ. 1999;33 (1): 66 – 78).
They should be numbered in the order of which they appear in the text and at the end of the article the full list of references should follow the Vancouver style.
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