1. Cover Letter

Authors must include a cover letter when they first submit their manuscript to MedPharmRes for publication. The cover letter is typically uploaded as a separate file into the online submission portal for the journal. The cover letter should include the following information: manuscript’s title, article type, brief background of the study and the research question that the work sought to answer, brief overview of methodology, main findings and significance to the scientific community, corresponding author contact information, and statements that the paper has not been previously published and is not currently under consideration by another journal in any language, including Vietnamese, and that all authors have approved of and have agreed to submit the manuscript to MedPharmRes.

2. Title Page

2.1. Type the full title of the manuscript in 14-point font size and bold typeface.

2.2. Type short title of the manuscript in regular typeface.

2.3. Authors and affiliations should be stated in compliance with the journal's style.

3. Abstract

3.1. The abstract should be self-contained and citation-free and should not exceed 250 words.

3.2. The abstract should follow IMRaD structure

3.3. A list of three to five keywords is required for all manuscripts.

4. Manuscript Body

4.1. Manuscript should be written using the word template provided by the journal.

4.2. The manuscript should follow IMRaD structure, including 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS; 3. RESULTS; 4. DISCUSSION; 5. CONCLUSION

4.3. Cross-sectional, case control and cohort study

The STROBE should be followed:

4.4. Survey

Checklist for Reporting of Survey Studies should be followed:

4.5. Systematic review and meta-analysis

The PRISMA statement should be followed:

4.6. Case reports

The CARE guidelines should be followed:

4.7. Health economic evaluation

The CHEERS statement should be followed:

4.8. Randomized controlled trials

The CONSORT statement should be followed:

4.9 Review article

Review articles are usually solicited by the Editor-in-Chief. However, unsolicited Reviews will be also considered. An Abstract is required whereas Materials and Methods section and a Results section are not required. The length of Review Articles is limited to 5,000-8,000 words with a maximum of 100 references. Also, there should be no more than 3 authors.

5. References

All data, words, or ideas that you have taken from other sources should be accurately cited and referenced in your manuscript to avoid plagiarism and credit other authors. Citations and references should follow NML style:

6. Tables and Figures

All tables and figures should be presented in separated files. All figures and tables should be cited in the paper in a consecutive order.

6.1. Tables must have a descriptive title and if numerical measurements are given, the units should be included in the column heading. All tables must be submitted in text files (doc or docx).

6.2. Figures must be supplied as either TIFF or JPG files with a resolution at least 200 dpi.

7. Others (optional)

Conflicts of interests; acknowledgement; funding sources, etc.

8. Plagiarism

The journal has a strict policy on plagiarism. A submitted manuscript should not have been published or submitted for publication consideration elsewhere. A manuscript will be rejected or retracted if it is found to contain plagiarized content or to have been double published.

9. Ethical Considerations

All manuscripts should provide evidence of ethic approval by an accredited Institutional Research Panel. All studies should follow Helsinski declaration developed by the World Medical Association. Experimental and quasi-experimental studies that conducted in Vietnam should follow both the Helsinski declaration and “Hướng dẫn quốc gia về đạo đức nghiên cứu y sinh học” by the Vietnam Ministry of Health.

All authors and manuscripts should follow the code on good publication practice produced by the COPE

10. English Language Quality Check

Before submitting your manuscript, please ensure a thorough review of the English language quality in your writing. Verify that the manuscript is written in grammatically correct English, with accurate spelling, appropriate word usage, and clear sentence structure. Consider seeking assistance from a native English speaker or professional language editor, if needed, to enhance the clarity and readability of your work.