KULLIYYAH OF DENTISTRY

KULLIYYAH OF DENTISTRY

International Journal of Orofacial and Health Sciences (IJOHS)

International Journal of Orofacial and Health Sciences (IJOHS)


International Journal of Orofacial and Health Sciences (IJOHS)

ISSN 2716-5434

IJOHS is a peer-reviewed biannual international journal dedicated to publish high quality of scientific research in the field of orofacial sciences, health sciences and interdisciplinary fields, including basic, applied and clinical research.

The journal welcomes;

·       review articles

·       original research

·       case reports

·       letters to the editor


Areas that are covered include but are not limited to;

·       dental sciences

·       oral microbiology and immunology

·       oral maxillofacial and craniofacial surgery and imaging

·       dental stem cells and regenerative medicine

·       dental biomaterial

·       oral maxillofacial genetic and craniofacial deformities.

Editor-in-Chief:

  • Professor Dr. Zainul Ahmad Rajion

Editors:                 

  • Dr. Salwana Supa’at
  • Dr. Basma Ezzat Mustafa Alahmad
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Khairani Idah Mokhtar@Makhtar
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Solachuddin J.A. Ichwan
  • Assoc. Prof. Dr. Muhannad Ali Kashmoola
  • Dr. Widya Lestari
  • Dr. Azlini Ismail
  • Dr. Mohd Hafiz Arzmi
  • Dr. Mohamad Shafiq Mohd Ibrahim

Instruction to Authors for IJOHS (ISSN 2716-5434)

Submission

Complete manuscripts, written in English along with tables and illustrations should be submitted as softcopy to zainulrajion@iium.edu.my

 

Conditions

All manuscripts submitted for publication must be accompanied by a cover letter declaring originality of the work and certifies that the manuscript has not been published or submitted elsewhere, free from conflict of interest and conduct of research in accordance to ethical guidelines established for human subjects and animal welfare. In addition, a statement of agreement of all authors to transfer all the copyrights to the journal should also accompany the manuscript.

 

A copy of the certification form, which certifies that the manuscript has not been published or submitted before and all authors have contributed and are in agreement with the content of the manuscript, must be submitted to the journal’s editorial office by uploading it as a PDF file.

 

Manuscripts submitted for publication are understood to be offered only to IJOHS and which have not been sent to other journals for consideration. There is no publication fee to submit or publish content in IJOHS.

 

Manuscript should be typed in Arial, font size 11 with 1.5 spacing.

 

The manuscript should be divided into the following sections with the sequence; Title Page, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, Acknowledgements, References, Tables, Illustrations and Figure Legends must be incorporated near to the text they are cited.

 

Title Page:

Title page should be arranged in the following order: (1) a concise and informative title not exceeding 80 characters; (2) authors’ full names (without degrees and titles) and affiliation including city and country. Superscript numbers may be used to affiliate authors to different departments or institutions; and (3) a complete mailing address, telephone, fax and e-mail address of the corresponding author.

 

Abstract:

Abstract should be unstructured and should not exceed 250 words. It should be a self-standing summary of the work that may be republished by information retrieval services. A maximum of 5 keywords should be listed at the end of the abstract.

 

Introduction:

Introduction should briefly and clearly describe the background and objective(s) of the study. Avoid exhaustive review of the literature and include only relevant recent studies.

 

Materials and Methods:

This section should be described in sufficient details so that it is reproducible. It should include technical information such as the study design, and specific procedures. Sub-headings may be used to enhance the clarity or to categorize the methods. Established methods or procedures should be named and cited. New methods or modifications of old methods should be described with complete details. Authors are advised to use generic names and terms rather than commercial names. Statistical methods applied, software used must also be stated clearly and concisely.

 

Results:

This section should be presented in a logical sequence in text, tables and illustrations. Subheadings may be used to enhance clarity or to call attention to the most significant findings. Data appearing in tables or figures may be summarized but not duplicated in the text. Tables and figures should be numbered in the order in which they are described and cited in the text. Example, For tables, examples are “Table 1, Table 2…….” and for figures, examples are “Figure 1, Figure 2…….”.

 

Discussion:

This section should summarize, explain and interpret the results with a scientifically critical view of previously published works in the field. Avoid repetition of the data already presented in the result section.

 

Acknowledgements:

This section is to be given to those who have provided assistance to the project and sponsors who have given financial support and funds.

 

References:

This section should list all sources cited in the paper. The citations should be arranged in alphabetical order by the surname of the first author without numbering in the text. Cite article as e.g. (Ahmad, 2016) for a single author, (Chu & Kim, 2019) for two authors and (Karim et al., 2013) for more than three authors.

 

  • Standard journal article
  • Book
  • Chapter in book
  • Internet resources

References to journals should provide the name(s) of the author(s), year, title of the paper and journal, volume and issue number, page numbers. Please provide full name of journal. If there are more than six authors, the first six authors should be listed and followed by et al. in the list of references.

 

Example:

Sudbery, P.E. (2011). Growth of Candida albicans Hyphae. Nature Reviews Microbiology, 9(10), 737-742.

 

References to books/monographs should give the name(s) of the author(s), year, title of book, edition number, place of publication, publisher and page numbers.

 

Conn, E.E., Stumpf, P.K., Brueing, G., Doi, R.H. (1987). Outlines of Biochemistry, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 45–52.

 

References to chapter in books/monographs should give the name(s) of the author(s), year, chapter title, editors, title of book, edition number, place of publication, publisher and page numbers.

 

Fejerskov O., Nyvad B., Kidd E.A.M. (2003). Clinical and histological manifestations of dental caries. In: Fejerskov O, Kidd EAM (eds.), Dental Caries The Disease and Its Clinical Management. London: Blackwell Munksgaard, pp. 71–97.

 

Authors are required to include as much electronic retrieval information as needed for others to locate the sources they have cited.

 

López-Jornet P (2006). Labial mucocele: a study of eighteen cases. The Internet Journal of Dental Science, 3(2). Retrieved 7 February 2007, from http://www.ispub.com/ostia/ind...

 

Tables

Each table should have a suitable title with footnotes wherever necessary. Do not use vertical lines in the table.

 

Illustrations

All figures and illustrations could be original photographs, artwork or high quality digital images (submitted as CMYK - 8 bits per channel in TIFF format). Images must be at least 600 by 450 pixels (proportional height) in size when in landscape orientation with a resolution of at least 300 pixels per inch. Graphs should be approximately 500 pixels wide so that all labeling can be read with data points clearly visible.

 

Figures should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they appear in the manuscript, using Arabic numerals. A list of figure legends must be included on a separate page following the illustrations. The legend should explain each figure in detail. All figures will be printed as black and white. Colour figures will only appear in the PDF file.

 

Page proofs

On acceptance of the manuscripts for publication, page proofs should be reviewed meticulously by the contributors. Changes made in proof should be limited to the correction of typographical errors. Proofs must be returned for publication with corrections and responses to queries on the date specified by the Editor.

Archives

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