Manuscripts in English, Japanese, Russian, Esperanto, Spanish, Italian, Polish (or any other conference language), can be submitted via electronic mail or send directly to redaction on electronic media (compact disc or flash drives – note these will not be returned to the sender). Each article has to have an abstract in English or Esperanto if only one version is submitted the second will be translated by the redaction (free of charge)
Manuscripts should be saved in native format, offered by text processing software (preferably .docx, .doc, .odt or .rtf). Files can be also submitted as pdf. All figures (apart from being embed in text, or marked) should be saved and submitted in native separate files (.jpeg, .cdr, .cpt, .svg, .psd, .ai) with resolution suitable for printing typically 300 dpi (or greater) for color photographs and at least 400 dpi (or greater) for black-white and gray scale drawings.
Layout of the manuscript should be left as simple as it is possible. Text has to be in single column format. Paragraphs have to be clearly separated from each other. Italic and bold face fonts can be used just as subscripts and superscripts etc. Options in word-processing software for text justification and word hyphenation must not be used.
Mathematical formula should be written in single line format (e.g. (2+2)^-2/[(2*2)-2]=2/x^-2) or written in LaTeX® Chemical formulas should be provided in a chemical drawing software format (rarely a high resolution .tif or .jpeg can be accepted but at the redaction discretion)
During publication, most of the formatting codes will be deleted and/or replaced by our editors to fit the manuscript into journal layout.
Should not be exceedingly long and should state the main research goal and methodology.
The abstract should be written in English or Esperanto, left short and state briefly research goal, results, and the most important conclusions. As Medicina Internacia Revuo is readily willing to accept papers from authors who speak neither English nor Esperanto, this task might be fulfilled by the editorial board on these special occasions. References in the abstract should be avoided – if necessary references can be made by citing author and year of the paper e.g. (Smith and all. 2012). Abstract should be prepared in a way allowing its presentation as a stand-alone note.
Up to six keywords can be defined, and should allow others to find the article in search forms.
All non-standard abbreviations in chosen research field, should be listed in the beginning of the manuscript and explained – or explained on their first occurrence in the text.
Should be cited in square brackets [1,2,3] and reffer to a separate part of manuscript “References”. Citations should be made in ACS (American Chemical Society) style, e.g.
Deno, N. C.; Richey, H. G.; Liu, J. S.;. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1965, 87, 4533-4538.
Footnotes should not be used.
Address for correspondence
Each manuscript must have clearly stated address for correspondence and/or corresponding author.
Manuscripts that are not prepared according to these guidelines will not be taken into consideration
Manuscripts should be sent to our office: firstname.lastname@example.org