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Author Guidelines

Admission of articles

When submitting articles to the journal, it is presumed that:
- The work has not been previously published in any other journal;
- The article is not under consideration in any other journal;
- All co-authors consent to the publication of the article;
- There is implicit or explicit consent of the organization in which the study was conducted.

When submitting a manuscript to the journal, authors should ensure that all citations are properly formatted and the source of tables and figures are shown (unless otherwise indicated, it is assumed that the tables and figures created by the author).


The title page of the article contains:

- The full name of the authors;
- The official name of the organization (lacking all abbreviations), city, and country;
- Detailed information about the authors: degree, rank, position, and additional information if desired by the author;
- E-mail and telephone contact of the author;
- Article title;
- Annotation (this must not contain undeciphered abbreviations and or terms which have not been previously presented);
- keywords


Manuscript text


File format

The editors accept texts saved using Microsoft Word in either the .doc or .docx format. If you are using Word 2007, save the file only in the .doc format.

Text layout

- Use the font Times New Roman, font size - 14 pt., and 1.5 line spacing;


- Do not use an underscore in the text (for subtitles - use bold, to highlight  text – use italics);


- Non-Russian languages titles (journals, organizations, etc.) should be left in the original, enclosed in quotes.



It is advisable to stick IMRaD format (Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion)


All abbreviations should be defined when first used. If the article contains a large number of abbreviations, a list deciphering each of them can be included before the text of the article

Tables and Figures

All tables and figures must be numbered and identified, they should be a reference in the text. The tables should not contain empty columns.

Figures should be of good quality, suitable for printing. Figures should be submitted together with the article, with each figure submitted as an individual file.

One way to check the quality of the image, is to increase its size using any image manipulation software. A high quality image is not blurred or distorted when enlarged.



If necessary, use footnotes with continuous numbering (Arabic numerals) throughout the document.

Footnotes can be quotes from the works mentioned in the text, for more information.


This section should mention the people who helped in creating the article; sources of financing.

Information about the conflict of interest

The article should include any actual or potential conflict of interest. If there is no conflict of interest, you should write that "the author declares no conflict of interest."

Citations and bibliography

The journal requires the use of the Vancouver citation style (a reference in the text in square brackets, full bibliographic description of the source in the bibliography in the order mentioned in the text of the article).

For example:

Editors of scientific journals, in turn, increase knowledge and skills, which greatly enrich their scientific horizons and contribute to the scientific productivity and academic ranking of institutions [2].



The list of references includes only peer-reviewed sources (articles from scientific journals and monographs) used in the text. If you need to refer to an article published in a general newspaper or  text published on a website or blog, you should put information about the source in a footnote.

References accepted for publication but not yet published articles must be labeled with the words "in press"; authors should obtain written permission to refer to these documents and evidence that they are accepted for publication. Information from unpublished sources must be marked with the words "unpublished data / documents," the authors must also receive written confirmation of the use of such materials.

References to non-Russian language articles:


Surname Intials, Surname Intials Article title. Name of journal. Year, Volume (Number): 00-00. DOI: 10.13655 / 1.6.1234567.




Clarke A., Gatineau M., Grimaud O., Royer-Devaux S., Wyn-Roberts N., Bis, I.L., Lewison G. A bibliometric overview of public health research in Europe. The European Journal of Public Health. 2007:17(Suppl. 1):43–49. DOI:10.1093/eurpub/ckm063.

References to non-Russian language monographs:

With 1-3 authors:

Surname initials, Surname initials. Book title. Number of reprinting. City: Publisher; The year of publishing.

Indication to the editor or compiler:

Surname initials. Surname initials. Surname initials, editors. Title. Number of reprinting. City: Publisher; Year of publishing.


Young A. Teaching Writing across the Curriculum. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall; 1999.

Bean J.C. Engaging Ideas: The Professor's Guide to Integrating Writing, Critical Thinking, and Active Learning in the Classroom. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass; 1996.

Journal title and the title of monographs and collections are written in italics. After the initials a period (.) is used.  Between the author's name and initials no comma is used.

Reference to Russian language sources:

1Фамилия И.О. Название монографии. Город: Издательство4 год. 000 с. [1FamiliaI.O. Перевод названия моноографии. Gorod: Izdatelstvo; god. (In Russ.)]



Морозов В.Э. Культура письменной научной речи. М.: Икар; 2008. 268 с. [Morozov V.E. Culture of written scholarly speech. Moscow: Ikar; 2008. (In Russ.)]

References to internet sources:

Note: preferably indicate a link to the material from the site, which is mentioned in the article. A link to your homepage is not informative and does not allow for verification of the information.

The name of the material on the site [site]. Name of the site; 2016 [updated 19 October 2016; cited 30 October 2016]. Available:


Submission Preparation Checklist

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.

  1. The manuscripts are accepted if has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere.
  2. The materials should be prepared in a format OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or World Perfect.
  3. Internet links are provided as a complete URL. 

  4. Text should be typed with an interval of one line spacing, font Times New Roman, 12 pt; to highlight the accents it is recommended to use italics rather than underlining (except Internet links). All images, graphics and tables are placed within the text according to the meaning of the particular part of text  (and not at the end of the document).
  5. Text should follow the stylistic and bibliography requirements as stated in  Regulations  located in the Part "About Us." 

  6. Please, remove the authors' names from the title of the article and other parts of the document to ensure the  anonymity of reviewing.


Copyright Notice

Authors who publish in this journal agree to the following:

1. Authors retain copyright of the work and provide the journal right of first publication of the work.
2. The authors retain the right to enter into certain contractual agreements relating to the non-exclusive distribution in the published version of the work here form (eg, post it to an institutional repository, the publication of the book), with reference to its original publication in this journal.
3. The authors have the right to post their work on the Internet (eg in the institute store or personal website) prior to and during the review process of its data log, as this may lead to a productive discussion and a large number of references to this work (See. The Effect of Open Access).


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