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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, or RTF document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

Guidelines for Writing Publications in the Faletehan Health Journal

The Faletehan Health Journal includes articles relevant to issues of public health, nursing, midwifery, clinical and social health in the form of research articles, literature review articles, or field report articles.

Research papers or draft texts addressed to the Faletehan Health Journal have never been published elsewhere.

Manuscripts that are sent must be accompanied by a letter of approval of the publication and signed by the author.

Manuscript Component:

Title; The title of the manuscript is a maximum of 150 characters including letters and spaces.

Author's Identity; Identity is written under the title in accordance with the provisions in the template.

Abstract; Abstracts are written in Indonesian and English with a maximum of 200 words, in one paragraph covering problems, objectives, methods, results, accompanied by 3-5 keywords. Abstract is an overview of a final project that contains problems, objectives, research methods, results, and conclusions. Extracts are made to facilitate the reader to quickly understand the contents of the final project to decide whether to read further or not

Preliminary; The introduction is written without subtitles, contains background, a review of the main research literature and research objectives. Background The problem includes justification why the research was conducted, how big the research problem is, the reasons why the problem can arise. The introduction includes several key theories or concepts that support research. The introduction ends with the formulation of the Research objective.

Research methods; The research method explains the type and design of the research used, the location and time of the study. The research method explains the study population, sample size and and sampling method. The research method must also explain the ways and means of data collection, the validity and reliability of data collection tools and the processing and analysis of data.

In qualitative research, the research method outlines the research paradigm, in the form of an explanation of the way the researcher views reality / phenomena (ontological and epistemological aspects), the research method in the strict sense of which contains an explanation of the type of study (to be) carried out, the choice of data sources that contain a description of how determine the data source or informant, location, and time of implementation. The procedures or data collection techniques are clearly described whether using interviews, observation, document review, etc. The method also explains the data analysis plan and a description of how to maintain data validity / authenticity.

 

Results and Discussion; This section describes the research findings objectively. The results are presented sequentially from univariate, bivariate and multivariate. Data can be presented using tables, graphs, images etc. As needed. In research, data analysis is done by systematically writing field findings from topic to topic. Proof that the results from the field are obtained from interviews, observations from field research really need to be emphasized.

Research data are discussed by describing the gap between the results of theoretical research and the results of previous research. Emphasis on the mechanism of compare (what is the same) and contrast (what is different) is needed, accompanied by expressing how researchers think about the problem, after making a comparison between what was found in the field with the theory in the results of previous studies.

Conclusions; Contains systematic research conclusions related to efforts to answer hypotheses and / or objectives of the study.

Reference list; The sources of information included in the list are those cited in the description / text and which support or are used as a reference. Information about the source used must be written correctly, completely and consistently using the American Psychological Association (APA Format 6th Ed) format. Eighty percent (80%) of the reference is the primary reference. Eighty percent (80%) of references constitute the publication period of the last 10 years.

Tables and Figures; Classified as images are pictures, graphs, and diagrams. Tables, figures, graphs and diagrams are numbered and labeled. Writing table names, images, and others using Capitalize each words. Posts in the table are made with the type Times New Roman 11 pt in single space (line spacing = single). Tables and figures are always symmetrical in the center (center) of the page. Making a table using only horizontal lines, and without vertical lines.

The table and figure numbers are sorted in the order in which they appear in the text. Writing the title of the table and the image is written on the table, left or symmetrical in the middle (center) with a single space (1 space) and a distance of 1.5 spaces to the table. The title of the table is written directly following the table number. While the title of the picture / scheme written below the image is 1.5 spaces from the image, symmetrical (center) of the image concerned with a single space (1 space). The title of the picture is written directly following the picture number.

Writing the source of the image and the table is written at the bottom of the table, spaced 1.5 spaces from the table, upright type Times New Roman 10 pt. Sources that have been further processed need to be noted that they have been reprocessed. Laying tables or figures, three spaces apart after the text. Writing the text after the table or image is continued with a distance of 1.5 spaces from the last line of the title of the image.

Page Numbering; Page numbering is not affixed to anything, placed at the bottom right.

The manuscript is a maximum of 20 pages A4 double-spaced, written with a Microsoft Word computer program.

The manuscript is sent in the form of a soft file accompanied by a letter of introduction from the author and will be returned if there is a written request. Manuscript sent to: Editor of Faletehan Health Journal - LPPM STIKes Faletehan Secretariat Jl. Raya Cilegon KM 06, Pelamunan, Kramatwatu, Serang, Banten. Tel / Fax: (0254) 232729, Email: FHJonlineJournal@gmail.com

 

 

 

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