Ensure that your work is written in correct English before submission. Professional copyediting can help authors improve the presentation of their work and increase its chances of being taken on by a publisher. JNOA requires that all manuscript be prepared in accordance with the recommendations for the conduct, reporting, editing and publications of scholarly work in medical journals set by the International Committee of Medical Editors (ICMJE.org) . JNOA also follows the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines. We recommend that you review the about the journal page as well as the guide to authors before submission. All first-time authors need to register with journal prior to submission. If you already registered, simply login using your username or email and password to begin the submission process.
The following items must be submitted to JNOA
If abbreviations are used in the text, authors are required to write full name+abbreviation in brackets [e.g. Visual Acuity (VA)] the first time they are used, then only abbreviations can be written (apart from titles; in this case, authors have to write always the full name).
If names of equipment or substances are mentioned in the text, brand, company names and locations (city and state) for equipment and substances should be included in parentheses within the text.
The manuscript file for all article types must contain a title page, abstract (250 words Max), main text (6000 – 8000 words Max), tables and figures , acknowledgements , references, in that order. Manuscript files must be 1.5 or 2.0 spaced. Manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft word and PDF formats respectively.
Authors are kindly invited to suggest potential reviewers (names, affiliations and email addresses) for their manuscript if they wish.
Authors should upload the PDF version of the completed ICMJE form Download the ICMJE COI form.
Authors can continue to keep track of their submitted articles on the website.
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