The author who would like to submit the manuscript has to consider the points below:
- The National Health Insurance Journal will accept the manuscript which is the result of research, the conceptual idea, the academic study, the book review, and the innovative writing.
- The submitted manuscript has to be original writing that has never been published both in printed media and other electronic media and has to be following the template of the journal manuscript that has been provided.
- The manuscript could be written in Bahasa or English. The manuscript could be submitted online to the website address that would be informed later, or if the author has any problem, therefore he/she could contact in this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- After uploading the manuscript, the author has to wait for the result from the evaluation desk and confirmation from the Chief Editor about the status of the submitted manuscript. The confirmation will be sent via e-mail and/or the author’s phone number.
- The manuscript is written using Microsoft Word soft-file format in the form of a one-column essay. The manuscript is written using Times New Roman font, size 11 points, and 1.5 spaces on A4 paper, left and right alignment. The writing range is around 4.000-6.000 words.
- The manuscript writing system is as follows:
- Title: Written in Bahasa or English. The title has to describe the content of the article, be specific, and consist of 10 to 15 words. The use of abbreviations has to be avoided. The title is written in the capital letter at the beginning of the word, size 16 points, and centered alignment.
- Name of the Author: Written without any academic degree, followed by the name of author institution, size 11 points, and centered alignment. In case the manuscript is written by a team, the Chief Editor is only in contact with the main author or the first mentioned. The main author has to include his/her correspondence address.
- Correspondence’s Address. This part has to include an e-mail address, name, and address of correspondence’s affiliation or original institution, written in 10 points font size, and centered alignment.
- Abstract. This part has to be written both in Bahasa and English in one paragraph consisting of a maximum of 250 words. The abstract has to explain the purpose, the method, and the result of the research concisely. The abstract must stand alone, which means that there is no citation in the abstract.
- Keywordsare any terms related to the general issue(s) of the articles and written maximumly 5 keywords, separated by a semicolon (;)
- Systematic for research article are:
- Introduction. This part sequentially consists of a background of the study (including research question), literature review as a basis of the research issue, hypotheses, and the purpose of the study. This part shall be presented in the form of a paragraph.
- Method is a part that consists of the design of the research, subject, instrument, data collection procedure, and data analysis.
- Result. This part contains the research findings which are obtained from research data and related to the hypotheses.
- Discussion. This part contains the description, analysis, argumentation, and comparison of the author. The main part of the article could be divided into several sub-sections, in which the number of those depends on the issue or aspect discussed. The title of the sub-section has to be in line with the discussion.
- Conclusion. This part contains some important things of the findings, such as a summary, suggestions, or academic and practical recommendations related to the findings of the research. The conclusion has to be written in a paragraph.
- Acknowledgment (Optional) Recognize those who helped in the research, especially funding supporters of your research. Include individuals who have assisted you in your study: Advisors, Financial supporters, or may another supporter, i.e. Proofreaders, Typists, and Suppliers, who may have given materials. Do not acknowledge one of the author's names.
- References. This part only contains all referenced sources. References must be the publications of the last ten years. References could be an academic book, printed and online mass media, the official document, and the primary sources in the form of the research report (including minor theses, major theses, and dissertation) or the articles in the scientific journals and or magazines. Each article should have at least 15 references.
13. The Writing System for the Reviewed Article: It contains the title; the name of the author; the correspondence’s address; the abstract; the keywords; the introduction; the discussion (it could be divided into several sub-sections); the conclusion; and the references.
14. The Section Title. It has to be written in the different font types (all section and sub-section headings are in bold or bold and italic), and not in numbering format, as follows:
HEADING 1 (ALL CAPITAL LETTERS, BOLD, AND LEFT-ALIGNMENT, 11 pts)
Heading 2 (Capital at the beginning of the words, bold, left-alignment, 11 pts)
Heading 3 (Capital at the beginning of the words, italic-bold, left alignment, 11 pts)
15. Table. The table has to be identified using the number and title posted above the table, bold, font size 11 points, and Center-alignment. The table must be posted in the left-right alignment, the first letter in the table’s title must be written in capital letter, except conjunction. The data on the table is written in a single space, font size 10 points. The table is only presented in horizontal lines. The presented table has to be mentioned in the paragraph.
16. Figure. The figure has to be presented in good resolution and uses identity such as number and title posted below the figure, bold, font size 11 points, center-alignment. The figure has to be mentioned in the paragraph
17. All citations and references have to be written down in References using American Psychological Association (APA) style 7th edition, arranged alphabetically and chronologically, suggested using reference manager application, such as Mendeley.
18. Do check each referred article for accuracy and make sure every quoted work in the article is written in the References. Works that are not cited but mentioned in the References will be omitted by the Chief Editor.
All manuscripts are anonymously studied by the reviewers (blind review) appointed by the Chief Editor according to their expertise. The author is given a chance to revise the manuscript based on the reviewer’s or the Chief Editor’s recommendation/advice. The decision of publication or rejection will be informed through the author’s correspondence address.
The Chief Editor has the right to modify and correct the grammar, diction, spelling, and writing of the published manuscript without changing or reducing the substance.
Everything related to citing permission or computer software usage in writing the manuscript or any other things related to copyright done by the author, along with all its legal consequences, becomes the author’s full responsibility.
Every article sent to the Editorial Secretariat of the National Health Insurance Journal is free of charge. The article processing and publication fees are fully borne by the publisher of the National Health Insurance Journal. An author whose manuscript is published will get a copy of publishing proof and two copies of printing proof. Unpublished manuscripts will not be returned.
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