Research Paper Format
I. Original Manuscript
- The manuscript for the E-Conference must be submitted in the format given below. The report not in the prescribed format will not be accepted.
- The manuscript must be self checked for plagiarism before submitting.
- Number of words for each section is clearly mentioned in the format. Submit the manuscript accordingly.
- If any section is not applicable, kindly mention it below the particular section.
- Original work will carry more weight when compared to reviews.
The Original manuscript shall have maximum of 6500 words and should be in the following format.Title:
Title in 20 words Abstract:
Includes information such as Objective, Design, Procedure, Results and Conclusion in 250 words Key Words:
Key Words in maximum 6 words Introduction:
State the purpose of study in 100 words Methodology:
Describe in sufficient detail to enable others to reproduce the work Results or Findings:
Includes present the findings concisely and logically, referring to accompanying figures and tables where necessary Discussion/Conclusion:
Includes the summary of findings, Limitations, Recommendations for future research in maximum 1500 words References:
References - Maximum of 40 referencesII. Article Reviews:
- The review shall have maximum of 6500 words and should be in the following format.
- Abstract: Shall include up to 250 words.
- Introduction: Give a brief introduction about the areas on which you are going to review the article in 200 to 250 words.
- Critical Review: Review of literature, observations and findings, validity of the conclusion, conflicting observations and interpretations, and not simply a summary of published papers.
III. Clinical review and case report/case series
Clinical reviews with either a single case report or a series of cases. These should concern a rare or new condition. Case reports that do not add substantially to the existing literature will not be published.
Maximum 3500 words and up to 30 references (case series should not exceed 6500 words).
Author defined headings up to 200 words
Indicating the importance of the case/s and why it is novel and worth reporting
Includes history and description of the animals, clinical features, diagnosis, interventions and procedures, and outcome. Descriptions should be brief and clear. The clinical features should be only those needed to convince readers that the case is what it is claimed to be and that other plausible diagnoses have been excluded. Reference ranges of values for any laboratory tests conducted must be included
The author should
discuss the evidence that the case is what they believe it to be
discuss how their observations and the results of tests support their diagnosis, treatment and recommendations
consider and refute other plausible explanations
explain any other contradictory observations or evidence
discuss the implications and relevance of the case
identify lessons learnt from the case for investigation or management of similar cases