Additional material Authors can send additional images, tables, images and videos online. For more information, see: www.elsevier.com/artworkinstructions Mini Review: The aim of mini-reviews in medical sciences is to publish brief reviews on the latest developments in the medical field and related disciplines. The mini-assessments contain up to 1500 words. The conditions are the same as the narrative reviews described above. This is a brief guide to how to format quotations and bibliography into a manuscript for Archives of Medical Research. A complete guide to the preparation of your manuscript can be provided in the journal`s instructions to the authors. In this section, the results obtained should be obtained primarily, depending on the achievement of the objectives of the study, if the results are at odds with the published literature, and the results should be compared to similar studies. Highlight the new and important aspects of the study and the conclusions that flow from it. Do not repeat the detailed data or any other material indicated in the introduction or in the results section. Include in the discussion section the implications of the results and their limitations, including the impact on future research. Link observations to other relevant studies. In particular, contributors should not report on economic benefits and costs unless their manuscript contains economic data and analysis. Avoid using priority and referring to work that is not yet completed.
Identify new hypotheses if warranted, but clearly identify them as such. Please ensure that the following information is provided. (a) Name of the IRB Board of Directors, Accreditation Number, Approved Date (for Clinical Trials – Clinical Registry Number) (b) statement that written consent was obtained knowingly to participate in the study and use patient data for research and education purposes (c) statement that the procedures are consistent with the induction rates of the Helsinki Declaration (year). The articles are detailed reports on the initial research. These include randomized controlled studies, intervention studies, screening and diagnostic studies, results studies, cost-benefit analyses, case control series and high-response surveys. The text of original articles containing up to 4000 words (without abstracts, references and tables) must be divided into sections entitled Abstract, Key-Words, Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, References, Tables and Figure Legends. Structured summary with a maximum of 250 words. Limit of 40 references. Limit of 5 digits and tables in total. The image captions must explain what is shown in the image. Theses such as doctoral theses, master`s thesis or bachelor`s theses follow the basic format described below. Our journal examines new developments and perspectives in the field of medical training, from premedical to post-cycle and continuing training.
It examines the quantitative and qualitative aspects of important issues related to the education, training and preservation of health professionals. It also provides a discussion forum specifically focused on the challenges facing physicians in India and internationally. All contributions that contribute to promoting understanding of education-related issues in areas related to health professional training, including bachelor`s, postgraduate and training training in the fields of medicine, nursing, dentistry and related medical sciences. The focus will be on articles focusing on curriculum development, performance evaluation, training needs assessment and evidence-based medicine, as well as innovations in teaching and learning methods.