The manuscript of the research results is prepared in accordance with the following systematic:
The title should be specific, effective, raw, straightforward, and clearly describes the main content of the article and written no more than 14 words in English. English titles are written in capital letters.
2. Author's Name and Institution Address
The author's name is written by default and complete without a title. The address of the institution is written complete and the appointment of correspondence address is provided by postal code and e-mail.
3. Abstract and Keywords
Abstracts are written in English which have clear, complete, and complete content describing the essence of the entire article content in a paragraph covering: background, aims, methods, results, and conclusions. Keywords (keywords) as many as 3-5 words that reflect the important concepts contained in the article. The number of words in the abstract does not exceed 250 words.
Introduction includes background research, core issues, and research objectives
Contains a systematic explanation of: type of research, design or design, population, sampling technique, sample, respondent characteristics, time, place, instrument used, data retrieval procedure, and statistical analysis test.
Contains an explanation of research data relating to research objectives along with tables, drawings, graphs, and diagrams.
Contains an explanation of the meaning of research results based on facts, theories, and opinions.
8. Conclusions and Suggestions
Conclusion of research results and suggestions in the form of narrative.
Library sources compiled according to Harvard system include articles of research and other scientific articles such as:
Brodaty, H., Low, L. F., Gibson, L., & Burns, K. 2006. What is the best dementia screening instrument for general practitioners to use?. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. 14(5), 391-400. [Online]. http://www.neurologyinstitute.com/about/press.../national-memoryscreening-da. Diakses 5 November 2012.
Melillo, K. D. and Houde, S. C. 2011. Geropsychiatric and Mental Health Nursing. 2nd ed. Canada: Jones & Bartlett Learning.