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Submission Preparation Checklist

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.
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    1) 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).
    2) The text typed in article template of this journal.
    3) The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

Author Guidelines

"Health Notions" received the original article in the form of research report, book review, or literature review (must contain the results of previous studies) in the field of health, which has never been published, is equipped with:
1) Research license or endorsement page,
2) If the researcher is more than one person, there must be an agreement signed by the researcher sequence all researchers.
Editor has the authority to accept or reject the incoming articles, and the entire article will not be returned to author. Editor is also authorized to change the article, but will not change the meaning contained therein. In student work article (scientific papers, thesis, dissertation, etc.), student is a primary author.
Terms of the article is as follows:
1. Typed in article template of Health Notions (available at footer of this website)
2. The maximum number is 10 pages and must be submitted by online registration

Article must be written in English and meet the following systematic:
1. The title is written no more than 14 words at the center position.
2. The author's full name without a title written under the title, in bold at the center. Beneath it is written the institutions of author.
3. The word "ABSTRACT" typed in capital letters, at the center, and the contents of the abstract are typed in one paragraph, without indentation. Under the contents of the abstract should be added to the maximum five key words.
4. Introduction is written with indentation 1 cm.
5. Methods is written with indentation 1 cm. The contents adapted to the materials and research methods applied in the study.
6. Results is written with indentation 1 cm. If necessary, this section is equipped with tables and images (photographs, diagrams, illustrations and other forms). The title of the tables are written above the table, the position in the center, while the title of the picture written below the image, with the position in the center.
7. Discussion is with indentation 1 cm. In this section, the results are discussed by referring to the literature and the results of other studies.
8. Conclusions and suggestions written with indentation 1 cm. They are presented in a narrative.
9. References written with a hanging indentation 1 cm, referring to the APA style.