Osol journal for Medical sciences accepts manuscripts that address topics related to Medical sciences only, the journal publishes articles on original research, clinical observations, investigations on recent advances, review articles, manuscripts are accepted for publication that they are original, written in English, and have not been or submitted for publication elsewhere, manuscripts should be prepared in the following instructions:
Typescript: type the manuscript on A4 white paper, with border margins of Moderate, not exceeding 20 papers, type with the, Times New Roman font English language as below:
1- Font size (16) and bold for the title of the article.
2- Font size (12) and bold for the main headings
3- Font size (12) for the text of all articles, tables and all legends of the figures.
Use single spacing through the manuscript number of the pages consecutively and type the page number in the center lower border of the page.
The article should include the following parts:
Paper Title(16 times new roman bold)
The full name (s) of the author(s), with their academic affiliation.
Name, address, e-mail of the author responsible for the correspondence about the manuscript.
An abstract is a short summary of your (published or unpublished) research paper, usually about a paragraph (c. 6-7 sentences, 150-250 words) long. A well-written abstract serves multiple purposes:
- an abstract lets readers get the gist or essence of your paper or article quickly, in order to decide whether to read the full paper;
- an abstract prepares readers to follow the detailed information, analyses, and arguments in your full paper;
- and, later, an abstract helps readers remember key points from your paper.
It’s also worth remembering that search engines and bibliographic databases use abstracts, as well as the title, to identify key terms for indexing your published paper. So what you include in your abstract and in your title are crucial for helping other researchers find your paper or article.
Introduction(12 time new roman bold)
The introduction is your opportunity to show readers and reviewers why your research topic is worth reading about and why your paper warrants their attention.
The introduction serves multiple purposes. It presents the background to your study, introduces your topic and aims, and gives an overview of the paper. A good introduction will provide a solid foundation and encourage readers to continue on to the main parts of your paper—the methods, results, and discussion. (12 time new roman regular)
Methods section(12 time new roman bold)
The methods section is simultaneously the easiest and the most important section to write accurately. Any results in your paper should be replicable based on the methods section, so if you've developed an entirely new experimental method, write it out in excruciating detail, including setup, controls, and protocols, also manufacturers and part numbers, if appropriate. If you're building on a previous study, there's no need to repeat all of those details; that's what references are for.
Any subsection title should be numbered alphabetically and the font (11 time new roman italic the title and the rest of the paragraph 12 time new roman regular)
Results and Discussion Section
results and discussion are separate sections. However, the trend is to merge these two sections. This section should form the bulk of your paper-by storyboarding your figures, you already have an outline!
In the conclusion, summarize everything you have already written. Emphasize the most important findings from your study and restate why they matter. State what you learned and end with the most important thing you want the reader to take away from the paper-again, your vision statement. From the conclusion, a reader should be able to understand the gist of your whole study, including your results and their significance.
The references use APA style format you can use endnote software or mendeley reference management software
Author’s Last Name, First Initial. (Year). Article title. Magazine/Journal/Newspaper Title, Volume number(Issue number), Page numbers. doi or URL of publication home page
The author can use the template in this link