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Author Guidelines

In preparing the manuscript, authors should follow the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors.

The Editorial Board can check the material using the Anti-Plagiarism system. In the case of multiple borrowings, the Editorial Board operates in accordance with COPE rules.

 

INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE AUTHORS OF THE JOURNAL “TERAPEVTICHESKIY ARKHIV” (THERAPEUTIC ARCHIVE)

(These have been compiled in view to “The Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals”, Developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors)

The journal “Terapevticheskiy Arkhiv” (Therapeutic Archive) publishes articles on all problems in internal medicine and on those related to other medical specialties.

It publishes editorials and original articles, brief communications, clinical notes, lectures, and reviews. All submitted materials are peer-reviewed and discussed by the editorial board. Authors do not pay a manuscript publishing charge.

Copyright Notice

Authors who publish with this journal agree to the following terms: 

- Authors retain copyright and grant the journal right of first publication with the work simultaneously licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License that allows others to share the work with an acknowledgement of the work's authorship and initial publication in this journal.

- Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.

- Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work (See The Effect of Open Access).

General rules. A manuscript should be submitted in one copy typed in a standard 14 pitch-font, 1.5-spaced, on A4 paper (210x295 mm) with 2.5-cm margins on both sides of the text. The manuscript should include the following: 1) title page; 2) abstract; 3) key words; 4) introduction; 5) subjects/materials and methods; 6) results; 7) discussion; 8) references; 9) tables; 10) figure captions; 11) illustrations. Its pages should be numbered. Materials must also be electronically submitted with all components in the same file.

An official referral from the institution where the work has been done should be attached to the manuscript. The first page of the article should have the author’s (authors’) research supervisor visa certified by the round stamp of the institution; the last page should include all authors’ signatures.

The title page should contain the following: 1) the title of the article, which should be informative and rather concise; 2) the authors’ initials and surnames in Russian and English; 3) the full name of the institution and department (laboratory) (in Russian and English) where the work has been done. We recommend to check the correct spelling of the institution's name on the site https://grid.ac. If there are multiple authors who work at different institutions (in cities, towns), a list of these agencies should be provided with the authors’ digital references to their institution; 4) information about the authors: their surnames, full names and patronymics, affiliation, position, and telephone numbers of all authors, ORCID - recommended for all authors; 5) the surname, name, patronymic, full postal, e-mail addresses, ORCID* and telephone number of the author who is responsible for contacting the editorial staff; 6) running head (shortened title).

*If there is no ORCID number, you need to obtain it by registering at https://orcid.org/.

All original articles must have a structured abstract of 200 to 250 words, which includes the headings: objective, subjects/materials and methods, results, and conclusion. An unstructured annotation should be attached to clinical notes, lectures, and survey articles. The abstract or the annotation must provide 3 to 10 key words that allow the article to be indexed in the information retrieval systems.

Text. An original article should not exceed 8-10 pages (1 page contains 1800 characters with spaces); brief communications and clinical notes should be 3-4 pages; lectures and reviews should be 12-15 pages.

The original articles should have the following structure.

Introduction. This defines the objective of and a need for an investigation, briefly describes the current state of the problem with references to the most important publications.

Subjects/materials and methods. These provide the qualitative and quantitative characteristics of patients (examinees) and mention all techniques used in the investigation, including statistical methods for data processing. When equipment and novel drugs are mentioned, their manufacturers and country should be indicated.

Results. These should be sequenced logistically in the text, tables, and figures. The text should not repeat all the data from the tables and figures, but should mention only the most important data of them. The figures should not replicate the data given in the tables. Figure captions with designations should be appropriately numbered on a separate page. Units of measurements should comply with the International System of Units (SI).

Discussion. The authors must identify the new and important aspects of the results of their investigation and, where possible, to compare them with the data obtained by other investigators. The information already given in the section “Introduction” and detailed data in the section “Results” should not be repeated. Discussion may include sound recommendations and a concise conclusion.

Tables. Each table should be typed on a separate page and must have a name and a serial number in accordance with to its first mention in the text. Each table column should have a brief heading (abbreviations may be used). All explanations, including abbreviation expansion, must be placed in footnotes. Identify statistical methods used to represent the variability of data and difference significance.

Captions for illustrations. These should be typed on a separate page numbered in Arabic numerals according to the numbers of figures. The caption for each figure should consist of its name and a legend (explanations of the parts of a figure, symbols, arrows, and its other details). That for photomicrographs should indicate the degree of magnification.

Illustrations (figures, diagrams, photographs) should be presented on separate sheets; their number must be absolutely necessary. The back of illustrations must have the surname of the first author, the number of a figure, and an indication of its top. The figures must not be overloaded with textual inscriptions.

References (citation) should be typed on a separate sheet(s), state each reference by beginning a new line and giving an ordinal number. A list should enumerates all references according to the order of citation in the text, not in alphabetical order of the surnames of the first authors. When the individual surnames of the authors are mentioned in the text, these should be preceded by their initial (the surnames of foreign authors should be given in their original transcription). References should be indicated in the text by Arabic numerals in square brackets. A list of references should not include dissertation papers as their familiarization is difficult. When compiling a reference list, preference should be given to the works of Russian authors.

The list should be compiled in the following order: a) surnames of all authors of a book or an article; b) the title of a book or an article; c) imprint. Sometimes, editors or compilers may act as the authors of books. The surname of the last of them should be followed by “ed.’ in parentheses.

The bibliographic description of a book (after its title) should give the city or town (where it was published), followed by a colon and the publisher name, a semicolon and the year of publication. A reference to a book chapter should include first its authors and title followed by a point, a capital letter “In:”, and the surname(s) of author(s) or those who act(s) as its editor, then the title of the book, and its imprint.

The bibliographic description of a journal article (after its title) should give the abbreviated name of a journal and the year of publication (no punctuation symbol is put between them), then a semicolon and the issue of a Russian journal (its volume, as well as its number parentheses for foreign journals), a colon and the first and (a dash) last digits of pages.

Examples:

BOOKS

1. Nicholls E.J. Heart and circulatory system: In: Daugirdas D.T. (ed.) Handbook of dialysis: Translated from English. Tver: Triada; 2003.

2. Nasonov E.L., Karataev D.E., Balabanova R.M. Rheumatoid arthritis. In: Nasonova V.A., Nasonov E.L. Rheumatology. A national manual. GEOTAR-Media 2008, 290—231.

3. Ringsven M.R, Bond. Gerontology and leadership skills for nurses 2nd ed. Albany (N.Y.): Delmar Publishers; 1996.

4. Morrov D.A., Gersh B.J. Chronic coronary artery disease. In: Branwald E. Heart disease. Eighth edition. Philadelphia, Sanders; 1353—1418.

JOURNALS

1. Gulyaev P.V., Stanke A.A., Vikhrov T.V., Ostrovskikh G.Yu. Role of daily hospital in the optimization of medical care to therapeutic outpatients. Ter Arkh 2012; 1: 8 – 12.

2. Rietsma P.H., Versteey H.H., Middeldorf S. Mechanism view of risk factors for venous thromboembolism. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol 2012; 32 (3): 563—568.

Please pay attention! The only correct form of doi-link:
https://doi.org/10.5468/ogs.2016.59.1.1
Do not use «doi:», «dx.doi.org», etc. Within the link only hyphen is used.
There is no dot after doi and URL!

The editorial staff shall reserve the right to shorten and edit the article.

Articles previously published or submitted to another journal or collection must not be sent for publication.

Articles that have not been compiled according to the mentioned rules should be returned to their authors.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with each of the following items, and submissions that do not adhere to these guidelines may be returned to the authors.

  • Absence of plagiarism.  The authors guarantee that this article has not been published in whole or in part, and is not under consideration or in the process of publication in another publication.

  • Correct manuscript format. Manuscript file format is Microsoft Word (has the extension *.doc, *.docx, *.rtf). The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.

  • Anonymity. All information allowing to identify authors is removed from the text of the manuscript and from the metadata of the file.

  • Resume (abstract) is designed in accordance with the requirements and do not exceed the limit.

  • Illustrations. Tables and figures were placed within the text of the manuscript and have their titles.

  • Bibliography. The list of references is formatted in accordance with the requirements. All the cited sources were checked for DOI.

  • Supplementary files. The authors have prepared for transfer to the editor

    • file containing full information about the authors (Surname, first name, place of work, e-mail address);
    • Graphic files (photos, satellite images, graphics, etc.).
    • The authors are ready to upload these files to the journal website in Step 4 during the manuscript submission process.
  • The authors confirm that:

    • all participants who have made a significant contribution to the study are presented as co-Authors;
    • those who did not participate in the study are not listed as co-Authors;
    • all co-Authors have seen and approved the final version of the work and agreed to submit it for publication.
 

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The editorial Board of the journal and the administration of the website of the journal do not transfer personal information in any way specified by the users when working with the website of the journal to third parties, except for those cases and to the extent specified in the terms of the copyright agreement.

The affiliation work and e-mail address of the authors of the manuscript accepted for publication will be published in the section "information about the authors" of the printed version of the journal and in the section "about the authors" on the page of the article on the website of the journal.

The phone number of the corresponding author will be known only to the editorial Board Secretariat and will only be used in cases of emergency.

 

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