Before submitting your manuscript, please read the following guidelines carefully.
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- Manuscript Preparation: Manuscripts should be typed in double-spaced format, with 1-inch margins and 12-point Times New Roman font. Figures and tables should be included in the manuscript and placed at the end of the article.
- Title: The title of the article should be concise and informative, and should not exceed 20 words. Title page with name of the author(s). The appointment of each author at the time of performance of the work reported should be mentioned; if an author has since moved then his new address is to be added as footnote. Authors names should be mentioned up to six, if there are more authors then the first three are mentioned followed by “et al.”.
- Abstract: The abstract should not exceed 250 words and should summarize the main findings of the article.
- Keywords: Authors should provide a list of 3-5 keywords that describe the main topics of the article.
- Introduction: The introduction should provide background information and explain the significance of the research question.
- Methods: Authors should describe the methods used to conduct the study, including the sample size, data collection procedures, and statistical analysis.
- Results: Authors should present the main findings of the study in a clear and concise manner. Tables should be clearly included in the result section.
- Discussion: Authors should interpret the results and discuss the implications of the findings.
- Conclusion: The conclusion should summarize the main findings and provide recommendations for future research.
- References: Authors should follow the citation style recommended by the journal and provide a list of references at the end of the article.
The Vancouver style is a citation style used for citation. It is a numeric citation style, meaning that references are numbered in the order in which they appear in the text, and the corresponding numbers are used in the reference list.
When citing articles with a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), the DOI should be included at the end of the reference. Here's an example of a Vancouver style reference with a DOI:
- Leabi, O., Abed, A., Daway, A. Thyroid Functions in Females with Anal Diseases. Basrah Journal of Surgery, 2023; 29(1): 55-60. doi: 10.33762/bsurg.2023.138515.1046
In this example, the reference number is 1, and the DOI is included at the end of the reference after the page numbers. The DOI is preceded by "doi:" and followed by a space before the actual DOI number.
The article titled "Thyroid Functions in Females with Anal Diseases" was authored by Leabi, O., Abed, A., and Daway, A. and published in the Basrah Journal of Surgery in 2023, volume 29, issue 1, pages 55-60. The article has a DOI of 10.33762/bsurg.2023.138515.1046.
In order to get the correct DOI you can submit the reference list using the cross reference website https://doi.crossref.org/simpleTextQuery
No line breaks within an individual reference.
When submitting multiple references present as a numbered list.
To check the accuracy of a reference, click on the link that is returned with the reference. use the journal style reference
- Ethics: Authors should ensure that their research has been conducted in an ethical manner and that they have obtained the necessary approvals.
- Conflict of Interest: Authors should disclose any potential conflicts of interest that may have influenced their research.
- Falsification and fabrication: Falsification and fabrication of data are serious ethical violations in academic research and publishing. Falsification refers to the manipulation of research materials, equipment, or processes, or the changing or omitting of data or results such that the research is not accurately represented. Fabrication involves making up data or results and recording or reporting them as if they were real.
In the context of academic publishing, including in journals such as the Basrah Journal of Surgery, data falsification and fabrication are considered unacceptable practices and can result in severe consequences. Authors are expected to adhere to the highest standards of research integrity and ethics.
If an author is found to have falsified or fabricated data, the journal may reject the manuscript, retract a published article, and may report the incident to the author's institution or relevant authorities. Additionally, it can damage the author's reputation and have long-term consequences for their career in academia and research.
It's crucial for authors to conduct their research with integrity, honesty, and transparency, and to adhere to the ethical guidelines and standards set forth by the journal to which they are submitting their work.
It is important for authors to carefully review the instructions for authors provided by the journal before submitting their manuscript. This will help ensure that the article meets the journal's requirements and increases the chances of acceptance.
The author allows the publisher right and license to use the work for all commercial or educational purposes, including; publishing, reproducing, marketing, distributing sublicensing, and selling copies of the work throughout the world.
Upon acceptance the author have to pay 75000 ID or equivalent USA $
A covering letter must accompany all submissions and must be signed by all authors.
The corresponding author is responsible for ensuring that all authors have seen and approved the manuscript and are fully conversant with its contents.
Authors should consult “uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals” produced by the international committee of medical Journal Editors and published in the British Medical Journal, 6 February 1988, 401-5.
Obligatory file upload include :
- Main file without author name
- Title page with authors
- Conflict of interest
Authors are expected to submit original work and properly cite any sources used. Plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, is generally considered unacceptable and can result in the rejection of the manuscript or retraction of a published article. Authors are typically required to attest that their work is original and properly cited, and that it has not been previously published elsewhere. It's important for authors to familiarize themselves with the specific plagiarism policy of the Basrah Journal of Surgery before submitting their work. This can usually be found on the journal's website or in the author guidelines.
The author's contribution
Refers to the specific role or roles that the author played in the creation of the article. This may include tasks such as conceptualization, research, data collection, analysis, writing, editing, reviewing, and final approval. The author's contribution statement is included to provide transparency and clarity about each author's involvement in the research and writing process. It helps to ensure proper credit is given to all individuals who contributed to the work.
It need to be supplied in the following manner:
concept and design 1,2
Data collection and analysis 1
Responsibility for statistical analysis 1
Writing the article 1,2
Critical review, 1, 2,3
Final approval of the article 1,2
were the number denote to the author sequense in the manuscript( 1 = firsth author , 2 = second author 3 = third author and so on)