Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 3

First Author’s Last Name,et al.

RESEARCH ARTICLE/REVIEW ARTICLE/CASE REPORT (choose one type only)

TYPE YOUR TITLE HERE, USING ONLY CAPITAL LETTERS, MAXIMUM 16 WORDS

John Doe1*, Jane Doe2, Jane Roe3 (Replace with author’s name, without any title)

1
First author affiliation, city, Country
2
Second author affiliation, city, Country (stated only if differ from
Kata1Kunci:
st
author)
maksimum 5 kata, tidak
3
Third author affiliation, city, Country (stated only if differ from 1dari
pengulangan
st
author)
judul
*corresponding author, email: doe.john@zmail.ac.id

ABSTRAK (tidak boleh melebihi 250 kata)


Pendahuluan: tuliskan latar belakang penelitian secara singkat, tanpa referensi. Tujuan:
tuliskan tujuan penelitian ini.
Metode: jelaskan rancangan penelitian yang digunakan, serta detail sampel yang
digunakan/cara memperoleh sampel. Sebutkan cara melakukan penelitian secara singkat,
beserta metode analisis statistic yang digunakan (p<0,xxx)
Hasil: letakkan hasil penelitian yang menjadi focus penelitian, beserta kemaknaan statistiknya.
Kesimpulan: sebutkan kesimpulan dari penelitian ini

Kata Kunci: maksimum 5 kata/frase, tidak pengulangan dari judul

ABSTRACT (maximum 250 words)


Background: type the background of why this study is needed briefly, no references typed here.
Objective: mention the objective of the study.
Methods: explain the study design, subjects criteria, how the research conducted, the analytical
used, and the significance level used (p<0.xxx).
Results: describe the highlight result of the study, complete with its statistical significance.
Conclusion: mention the conclusion of this study

Keywords: five words/phrase maximum, must not repetition from title


INTRODUCTION
Introductory part mainly contains:
(1) the problem of research; (2) knowledge
and problem-solving plan; (3) the
formulation of research objectives; (4) a
summary of theoretical studies related to
the problems examined. In this section
sometimes also loaded hopes for the results
and benefits of research and typed with 1.5
spacing.
Citation using Harvard’s style Figure 1. Cytotoxicity graph of CZE in
zam-zam solvent
(Author’s last name, et al., year).
References used must be under 10 years.

DISCUSSIONS
METHODS
In general, this section describes how The discussion should explore the

the study was conducted. The subject significance of the results of the work, not

matter of this section are: (1) the study repeat them. A combined Results and

design; (2) the sample population (targeted Discussion section is often appropriate.

research); (3) data collection techniques Avoid extensive citations and discussion of

and instrument development; (4) data published literature.

analysis techniques; (5) ethical clearance. In discussion, it is the most important

Any preparation or formula making section of your article. Here you get the

used in this study is typed separately here. chance to sell your data. Make the
discussion corresponding to the results, but

RESULTS do not reiterate the results. Often should

Results should be clear and concise. begin with a brief summary of the main

The results should summarize (scientific) scientific findings (not experimental

findings rather than providing data in great results). The following components should

detail. be covered in discussion: How do your

Author’s also able to put table or results relate to the original question or

figure here. objectives outlined in the Introduction

Table 1. Example section (what)? Do you provide


interpretation scientifically for each of your
Groups Glucose level
(mg/dL) article. Here you get the chance to sell your
Group 1 a±0.xxx data. Make the discussion corresponding to
Group 2 b±0.xxx
Group 3 c±0.xxx the results, but do not reiterate the results.
Group 4 d±0.xxx Often should begin with a brief summary of
the main scientific findings (not
experimental results).
The following components should be For full complete guidelines for Harvard
covered in discussion: How do your results citation style, click
relate to the original question or objectives https://www.mendeley.com/guides/harvar
outlined in the Introduction section (what)? d-citation-guide
Do you provide interpretation scientifically JOURNAL ARTICLE
for each of your results or findings Drogan, D. et al. (2016) ‘Insulin-Like
presented (why)? Are your results Growth Factor 1 and Insulin-Like Growth
consistent with what other investigators Factor–Binding Protein 3 in Relation to the
have reported (what else)? Or are there any Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Results
differences? From the EPIC–Potsdam Study’, American
Journal of Epidemiology. Oxford
University Press, 183(6), pp. 553–560. doi:
CONCLUSIONS
10.1093/aje/kwv188.
Conclusions should only answer the
BOOK REFERENCE
objectives of research. Tells how your work
Mitchell, J.A. and Thomson, M. (2017) A
advances the field from the present state of
guide to citation.3rd edn. London: London
knowledge. Without clear Conclusions,
Publishings.
reviewers and readers will find it difficult to
EDITED BOOK
judge the work, and whether or not it
William, S.T. (eds.) (2015) Referencing: a
merits publication in the journal. Do not
guide to citation rules. New York: My
repeat the Abstract, or just list experimental
Publisher
results. Provide a clear scientific
CHAPTER IN EDITED BOOK
justification for your work, and indicate
Troy B.N. (2015) ‘Harvard citation rules’ in
possible applications and extensions.
Williams, S.T. (ed.) A guide to citation rules.
New York: NY Publishers, pp. 34-89.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT E-BOOK
Recognize those who helped in the Mitchell, J.A., Thomson, M. and Coyne,
research, especially funding supporter of R.P. (2017) A guide to citation. E-book
your research. Include individuals who library [online]. Available
have assisted you in your study: Advisors, at: https://www.mendeley.com/reference-
Financial supporters, or may other management/reference-
supporter i.e. Proofreaders, Typists, and manager (Accessed: 10 September 2016)
Suppliers who may have given materials. WEBSITE
Mitchell, J.A. (2017) How and when to
REFERENCES reference [Online]. Available
Using Harvard citation styles at: https://www.howandwhentoreference.c
om/ (Accessed: 27 May 2017)
Should use reference manager

Must not exceed 10 years

Похожие интересы