1. Cover letter
3. Author names and Affiliations
4. Abstract and Keywords
7. Appropriate Headings
10. Acknowledgements (If Any)
Sisla Medical Journals requesting the corresponding author to provide a cover letter outlining why the paper is appropriate for publication in Sisla Journals. The article should not have been published elsewhere or communicated for the aim of any other publication outside Sisla Medical Journals, according to the cover letter that includes all the authors (ideally with their signatures). If the article’s author is a student, it is advised that he or she obtain departmental approval from the institution before submitting the piece.
The title ought to be precise and pertinent to the article’s subject. Please deliver the title in title case and refrain from using acronyms (capitalise all the words except prepositions, articles and conjunctions). The names of all species and plants should be in italics.
The term “abbreviations” should be used to define all acronyms.
Please give the content proper headings, and we also ask authors to number the headings for easy understanding.
When referring to alpha, beta, mu, pi, and other symbols, please use the International System of Units (SI Units).
All of the illustrations must be at a good resolution, ideally 300 dpi. All figures must be referenced in the text, and authors must make it obvious where they belong in the text. At the conclusion of the article, successive figure captions must be provided.
Please place all tables with the necessary captions at the end of the article.
The acknowledgements section should include a list of those who contributed to the work but are not the authors, along with a description of what they did. The authors must make sure that everyone whose name appears in the acknowledgements has no objections to having their name included in that particular manuscript’s acknowledgements section.
Please limit the references in your manuscript to works that have already been published. At the end of the book, authors are asked to offer a list of references in chronological order.