INSTRUCTIONS ON FORMATING OF THE ARTICLES
All articles should be submitted in WORD format using Arial 12 font, 1’’ interval with margins of 2 cm from all sides.
1. Title page
The title page contains the title of the article, the data (name, place of work, department name, position, academic degree / rank (if any)) of all participants designated as the author. The author's data for contacting the editorial board, as well as the postal address, telephone number, e-mail address must be shown at the bottom of the title page. The title page is issued in Kazakh, Russian and English.
The volume of the abstract should not exceed 300 words. The abstract of the original articles has a purpose, methods, results, conclusions and keywords. The abstract of review articles is made in the form of a single paragraph, which contains information on the relevance of the selected topic. Abbreviated words should not be used in an abstract. When choosing keywords, authors should strictly use medical subject headings (MeSH) and Index Medicus list.
The abstract is also made in Kazakh, Russian and English.
3. The text of the article
The text of the original article should include such sections as introduction, materials and methods, results, discussion, conclusions and references.
In the introduction, the essence and purpose of the research should be clearly defined. This section should provide the prerequisites for research. It is necessary to substantiate and indicate specific goals or the hypothesis of the study.
Materials and methods: they should include the design of the study, the description of the participants or the type of material used in the work, a description of all the activities carried out and the type of statistical analysis. In this section, the author must declare that this research is consistent with basic ethical principles.
Results: This section should describe the findings and results of statistical analysis. The results should be presented in a logical sequence in the form of text, tables and figures.
Discussion: This section should include an interpretation of the results of the study. These data should be discussed in the context of the results of other studies described in the literature.
Conclusion: Conclusion should be related to the objectives of the study and drawn up in a single paragraph. Conclusion should not contain unqualified statements and conclusions that are not confirmed by the data you received.
The text of the review articles has an introduction, as well as the main part structured into subsections with titles and conclusions.
4. Reference list.
The reference list should be shown on a separate sheet with a double-space interval. The literature used should be sequentially numbered with Arabic numerals in the order in which it was first mentioned in the text. The reference number should be placed in parentheses at the end of the sentence before the dot. The link should contain the following information: authors, article title, journal title, year, volume, first and last pages of the article. References to the book should include only the year, the first and last page of the article.
A literary source, published in Kazakh or Russian, should be translated into Latin (transliteration).
Tables should be printed on a separate sheet with a double interval. Each table should contain the name and numbering of the table in the order in which it is first mentioned in the text. All abbreviations used in the table should be listed in alphabetical order in the explanation of the table.
Figures should also be named and numbered. Figures should be clear and represented at least 300 dots per inch (DPI) in JPEG format.
EDITORS HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE ANY CHANGES TO THE ARTICLE, IF SUCH CHANGES DO NOT BELITLE THE VALUE OF SCIENTIFIC DATA SUBMITTED IN THE MATERIAL.