Instruction For Paper



First Author1, Second Author2, Third Author3, Fourth Author4, Fifths Author5(Times New Roman 10)

1: First Author

2: Second Author

3: Third Author

4: Fourth Author

5: Fifths Author


Introduction: This section is actually a brief summary of the Introduction of the article. It may consist of three short sentences, with the first sentence specifically mentioning the core content, the second its context i.e. the background and the third addressing the objectives of the research.

Methods: In this section, you should state the methods that were used to answer the research questions. Three to four sentences should express the research design; the study population; the subject selection process; and the instruments, measurement tools, and statistical techniques that were used. In other words, you should precisely summarize the process and the fundamental procedures you used to answer your questions. A practical approach for writing this section is to begin with an explanation of the study design and its structure. After that, you should discuss the study population, sampling methods, and the setting (e.g., hospital, clinic, university, or company) and explain the selection procedure (e.g., the selection criteria, the number of subjects selected, and the demographic characteristics of the subjects). At the end of this part, you should mention the statistical analyses that were used in the study.

Results: In this section, you must describe your major findings, and you can use a word count that is similar to that used in the Methods section. You should clearly define the primary outcome of your research and the key information provided in the article. Confidence intervals, P-values, odds ratios, relative risks, and effect sizes are among the most common kinds of information that authors usually present in this section. You should resist the temptation to include peripheral or irrelevant information that is not included in the main text.

Conclusion: In this section, you have the opportunity to inspire your colleagues in one or two great sentences in which you state your main conclusions and recommendations. Only new, important, and major findings and their implications should be included; but, be careful to ensure that all of your conclusions are supported fully by the findings of the research; it is essential that you avoid exaggerating your findings or making rash overgeneralizations about their significance.A good approach in writing the Conclusions section is to outline the key findings (but not directly pasting phrases or sentences from the “Results”) from the research and present a rational statement about their potential for beneficial applications.

KEYWORDS: First keyword, Second keyword, Third keyword, Fourth keyword, Fifth keyword

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