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

  • The work described has not been published before
  • It is not under consideration for publication elsewhere
  • Its publication has been approved by all co-authors
  • Please refer to the author guidelines while preparing your manuscript and the submission file is in Microsoft Word format.

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This journal welcomes manuscripts either in Thai language or English language. Submissions are also encouraged from authors all over the word. The authors will receive a free copy of print issue of the published articles in this journal. Please use the following guidelines to prepare your manuscripts.


Preparation of manuscript


Manuscripts should be 1.15 line spacing, and single-column format with Time New Roman 12 font size for  English manuscripts and  TH Sarabun PSK 14 font size for Thai manuscripts, and formatted for ฺB5 paper, left margin 1 inch, right margin 1 inch. The length of an original research article is 10-15 pages.


Manuscript structure


Invited review article
1. Title in both Thai and English, 18 font size and bold.
2. Author name in both Thai and English for all authors in order of their contributions, 15 font size.
3. Affiliation in English only for all authors in order of their contributions, 12 font size
4. Abstract in both Thai and English, abstract must be concise and summarize the findings with the objectives of the work in one paragraph. It should be no more than 300 words and contain no abbreviation.
5. Keywords in both Thai and English for not more than 5 words.
6. Introduction should explain research justification and/or provide the background or questions about the research in order to attract readers.
7. Text is the most important part of the manuscript as it contains the findings, knowledge or opinions of the authors.
8. Conclusions provide final summary of the manuscript (do not duplicate the abstract).
9. References must be in English and follow the format as specified by the journal (please consult the current issue of the journal).


Original research article
1. Title in both Thai and English, 18 font size and bold.
2. Author name in both Thai and English for all authors in order of their contributions, 15 font size.
3. Affiliation in English only for all authors in order of their contributions, 12 font size.
4. Abstract in both Thai and English, abstract must be concise and summarize the findings with the objectives of the work in one paragraph. It should be no more than 300 words and contain no abbreviation.
5. Keywords in both Thai and English for not more than 5 words.
6. Introduction should explain research justification and provide the objectives, background of the research including literature reviews. It should not contain tables or figures.
7. Materials and methods explain the clear and concise methodology used in the research. Where applicable, it should include samples, sampling techniques, equipment, items studied, research plan, data collection and evaluation, statistical techniques etc.
8. Results and their interpretations should be clear and concise, and avoid the duplication of the results in text and in the tables or figures. Legends of tables should be on top while legends of figures should be on bottom and they should be in proper order related to the text.
9. Discussions should critically compare the findings with previous works. Recommendations for future works or research utilization suggestion may be included.
10. Conclusions should clearly summarize the findings with regard to the objectives.
11. Acknowledgements for financial support or helps from personnel or organizations should be in one paragraph.
12. References must be in English and follow the format as specified by the journal, alphabetically order and incase of the same authors use chronologically order (please consult the current issue of the journal).                                  


 Reference format in the text body


Reference in the text body must be in English only using name and year format e.g. Sirichodbundit (2005) or (Sirichodbundit, 2005). For two authors, all authors must be included and separated by “&” e.g. Yasai & Tangkittipaporn (2014) or (Yasai & Tangkittipaporn, 2014). In case of more than two authors, use only the first author name followed by “et al.,” e.g. (Lerdau et al., 2012) or Lerdau et al. (2012). For the same authors, use accompanied alphabet e.g. (Lopez et al., 2008a, b) depending on the sentences. The order of references should be by year and then by alphabet e.g. (Owen et al., 2003; Loreto et al., 2007; Monsoon et al., 2007). In press, Unpublished or Submitted articles may be used. In addition,Personal communications, Personal observations may also be used only in the text body, not at the end, e.g. (Frost & Liang, unpublished; Norby, pers. comm.; Fitter pers. obs.)


 Reference format at the end of the manuscript using AMA (American Medical Association) format


For 1-3 authors, all authors must be listed. For more than 3 authors, et al. must be used. For examples:     


       1. Book
Author(s).Book title.City of publisher: Publisher's name; Copyright year.


McKenzie BC. Medicine and the Internet: Introducing Online Resources and Terminology. 2nd ed. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 1997.


       2. ฺBook Chapter
Author(s).Chapter title. In: Editors (if any), Book title. City of publisher: Publisher’s name; Copyright year: Pages.


Guyton JL, Crockarell JR. Fractures of acetabulum and pelvis. In: Canale ST, ed.Campbell's Operative Orthopaedics. 10th ed. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby, Inc; 2003:2939-2984.


      3. Thesis/dissertation
Author(s).Thesis title.Thesis level/Fuculty/Univesity; Copyright year.


Sengupta S. Chemical and Biological Approaches to Identify Vertebrate Tissue Regeneration Pathways  [dissertation]. Corvallis: Oregon State University; 2011.      


       4. Journal
Author(s).Title, Journal’s name. Year: Volume (Issue): Pages.


Gage BF, Fihn SD, White RH. Management and dosing of warfarin therapy. The American Journal of Medicine. 2000;109(6):481-488. 


       5. Internet or other electronic sources
Author(s).Title or Website’s name.Year. Source: URL. Accessed date.


U.S. National Library of Medicine. Back Pain. MedlinePlus.https://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/backpain.html. Accessed October 31, 2010.                            

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