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These conditions for the publication of materials (hereinafter referred to as the "Terms") establish the rules for accepting and placing materials in the periodical printed edition "RMJ", hereinafter referred to as the "Edition" and on the website www.rmj.ru (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) 

By sending any material in electronic form to the email address article@doctormedia.ru to place it in the Publication or on the Site, including in the "Blog" section on the Site, you agree in full with the Terms. 

The Founder of the Publication and the Owner of the Site Russian Medical Journal LLC (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") has the right to make unilateral changes to the Terms. The current version of the Terms is posted at the link: www.rmj.ru/about/en/terms_of_publication/  

You assume responsibility for familiarizing yourself with the Terms in force at the time of submission of materials to the Company.

Rules for formatting materials for publication in the Publication 

BC accepts for publication original articles and reviews in all areas of medicine that have not previously been published or accepted for publication in other print and / or electronic publications. All materials received by the editors and complying with the requirements of these rules are subject to review. Articles approved by reviewers and the editorial board are printed free of charge for the authors. On a commercial basis, the magazine contains information and/or promotional materials from domestic and foreign advertisers. 

The article formatting sequence is as follows: title page, summary, text, bibliographic list, tables, illustrations, illustration captions. 

Title page should contain: 

1) The title of the article. It is not allowed to use abbreviations, abbreviations, as well as trade (commercial) names of drugs and medical equipment in the name; 

2) Surnames and initials of the authors, their academic degree, title and main position; 

3) The full name of the institution and department (department, laboratory) in which the work was performed, as well as the full postal address of the institution; 

4) Surname, name, patronymic, and full contact information of the author responsible for communication with the editorial office. 

Further, the information described in paragraphs 1-4 is duplicated in English. The English names of institutions should not indicate their full state status, omitting terms such as federal institution, state, budgetary, educational, medical, preventive, commercial, etc.). 

5) sources of funding in the form of grants, equipment, drugs or all of the above, as well as a statement of a possible conflict of interest.

Items 1-5 are completely duplicated in English. 

Summary must contain at least 250 words for original articles and be structured, i.e. repeat the headings of the headings of the article: purpose, methods, results, conclusion. The abstract for the literature review is not structured and should be at least 150 words 

Below are keywords (about 10) that contribute to the indexing of the article in information retrieval systems. Emphasis should be placed on new and important aspects of the study or observation. 

Summary and keywords are completely duplicated in English. Translation should be given special attention, since it is on it that the general opinion of foreign colleagues about the level of work is created. It is recommended to use the services of professional translators.

The text part of the article should be as simple and clear as possible, without long historical introductions, unreasonable repetitions, neologisms and scientific jargon. International non-proprietary names should be used to designate medicines; You can clarify the name of the medicine on the website grls.rosminzdrav.ru/grls.aspx. When presenting the material, it is recommended to adhere to the following scheme: a) introduction and purpose; b) material and research methods; c) results; d) discussion; e) conclusions/conclusion; g) literature. For a clearer presentation of information in large articles, you must enter sections and subheadings within each section. 

All parts of the manuscript should be typed at 1.5 intervals, font – Times New Roman, font size – 12, articles - up to 10 pages or up to 24000 characters with spaces. This volume does not include a bibliography; figures and tables are included. On average, 1 table or 1 figure is equivalent to 1500 characters with spaces, i.e. if there are figures and tables in the article, the text part should be reduced by the specified number of characters.

The introduction should briefly indicate the state of the problem, the relevance of the study, formulate the purpose of the work and justify the need for a study or observation. 

When describing the  material and methods study, you should state how the recruitment of patients was carried out (including in control groups), indicate their age, gender and other characteristics that affect the result, describe methods, equipment (in brackets indicate its manufacturer and country or city), as well as all procedures in detail. The trade name of the medicinal product and the manufacturer can be given in this section in brackets after its international non-proprietary name. It is necessary to present your research results in text, tables and figures in a logical sequence, do not repeat data from tables or figures in the text. All given figures and tables should be referenced in the text of the article. The statistical significance of the differences in the results obtained should be indicated. 

When  discussing the results, new and important aspects of this study are highlighted, the possibility of applying the results, including in further studies, as well as their limitations. The results of the study are critically compared with other studies in the field. 

Conclusion and / or conclusions work should be related to the goals of the study, while unsubstantiated statements that are not supported by facts should be avoided. The conclusion should be at least 100 words. 

References should be placed at the end of the text part of the manuscript and formatted according to the style of Vancouver (NLM). Sources in the list of references must be indicated strictly in the order of citation and numbered  in exact accordance with their numbering in the text of the article. The reference in the text of the manuscript, tables and figures to the literary source is given as a number in square brackets (for example, [5]). Russian-language sources should be given not only in the original language (Russian), but also in translation into English. English-language sources are published in the original language.

An example of a link to an article in a journal


Taghavi S.A., Bazarganipour F., Allan H. et al. Pelvic floor dysfunction and polycystic ovary syndrome. Hum Fertil. 2017;20(4):262–267. 


Shkurnikov M.Yu., Nechaev I.N., Khaustova N.A. Expression profile of the inflammatory form of breast cancer. Bulletin of experimental biology and medicine. 2013;155(5):619–625. [Shkurnikov M.Y., Nechaev I.N., Khaustova N.A. et al. Expression profile of inflammatory breast cancer. Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine. 2013;155(5):619–625 (in Russ.)]. 

The author is responsible for the correctness of the bibliographic data presented. 

References should include articles published primarily in the last 5–10 years in peer-reviewed journals, as well as monographs and patents. It is recommended to avoid citing abstracts of dissertations, methodological manuals, works from collections of papers and abstracts of conferences

If the article is written by a team of authors (more than 4 people),  then the names of the first three authors should be placed in the list of references, and then put "et al."  (et al.). If there are 4 or less authors, then all surnames are listed. 

A link to a book should be formatted as follows: author's name (names of authors), title of work, place of publication, publisher, year of publication. 


Ringsven M.K., Bond D. Gerontology and leadership skills for nurses. 2nd ed. Albany (NY): Delmar Publishers; 1996. 


Gilyarevsky S.R. Myocarditis: modern approaches to diagnosis and treatment. M.: Media Sphere; 2008. [Gilyarevsky S.R. Myocarditis: modern approaches to diagnosis and treatment. M .: Media Sphere; 2008 (in Russ.)]. 

For collective monographs and collections, the name of the editor(s) is added. A monograph written by a team of authors (more than 4 people) is placed in the list by the title of the book, after the title, the names of three authors are indicated, and then they put “and others.”  

Sexually transmitted infections. Ed. Akovbyana V.A., Prokhorenkov V.I., Sokolovsky E.V. and others. M.: Media Sphere; 2007. [Sexually transmitted infections. Ed. Akovbyan V.A., Prokhorenkov V.I., Sokolovskiy E.V. et al. M.: Media Sphere; 2007 (in Russ.)]. 

If a fragment of a larger document is described and there is an indication of a specific issue, volume, part, etc., then they follow the year of publication. At the end of the description is a range of pages. 

The type of document (thesis, conference materials, encyclopedia, collection of articles, selected works, etc.) is placed after the title. One word is not abbreviated ("reference book", but "reference guide"; "textbook", but "textbook for universities").  

Leshkevich I.A. Scientific substantiation of medico-social and organizational bases for improving medical care for children and adolescents: dis. … Dr. med. Sciences. M., 2001. [Leshkevich I.A. Scientific substantiation of medical-social and organizational bases for improving medical care for children and adolescents: thesis. M., 2001 (in Russ.)]. 

Konyaeva T.P. Functional and morphological disorders of the mucous membrane of the small intestine after acute fatal blood loss (experimental study): author. dis. … cand. honey. Sciences. Kemerovo, 2005. [Konyaeva T.P. Functional and morphological disorders of the mucous membrane of the small intestine after acute fatal blood loss (experimental study): thesis. Kemerovo, 2005 (in Russ.)]. 

Electronic publications that have been assigned a digital identifier by the International DOI Foundation (www.doi.org) object (Digital Object Identifier, or DOI) are described similarly to printed publications, indicating the DOI without a dot after it. In this case, the URL is not given because the DOI allows the object to be uniquely identified in databases, as opposed to the network address, which can change.

If there is no such digital identifier, then the designation of materials for electronic resources (Electronic resource) should be indicated. 

The e-mail address and date of access to the document on the Internet are always given.  

Golubov K.E., Smirnova A.F., Kotlubey G.V. Diagnosis and treatment of patients with adenovirus keratoconjunctivitis. (Electronic resource). URL: eyepress.ru/article.aspx?20833 (date accessed : 12/20/2018). [GOlubov K.E., Smirnova A.F., Kotlubey G.V. Diagnosis and treatment of patients with adenoviral keratoconjunctivitis. (Electronic resource). URL: eyepress.ru/article.aspx?20833 (access date: 12.20.2018) (in Russ .)].

The number of references should not exceed the following:

Overview - up to 50, original article - up to 30, wedge. case - up to 20, opinion - up to 20. 

Tables should be visual, compact and contain statistically processed materials. Tables should be created using standard MS Word or Excel tools. Each table must be typed at 1.5 intervals on a separate page and numbered sequentially in the order of its first mention in the text. Each table should have a short title, and each column in it should have a short title (you can use the abbreviations explained in the footnotes). All explanations should be placed in notes (footnotes), and not in the title of the table. Indicate what statistical parameters were used to represent the variability of the data, such as standard deviation or mean error of the arithmetic mean. Graphs should be used as a recommended alternative to tables with large amounts of data. The title of the table and the given footnotes should be sufficient to understand the information presented in the table without reading the text of the article.

Pictures should be presented both in the text and as independent files and meet the following requirements: file extension *.tif, *.jpg, *png, *gif; resolution - at least 300 dpi (pixels per inch); the picture should be cropped at the edges of the image; pattern width - from 70 to 140 mm, height - no more than 200 mm. & nbsp;

Charts and graphs should be editable, black and white or color. In histograms, it is permissible to alternate solid filling and pattern (hatching, rhombuses, etc.), in graphs - to use well-defined markers and dotted lines. All digital data and signatures must be clearly legible. Each figure should be accompanied by a brief caption, which, together with the symbols shown in the figure, should be sufficient to understand the information presented in the figure without reading the text of the article. 

The editors of the journal in their work are guided by the traditional ethical principles of scientific periodicals, approved by the Committee on Publication Ethics - COPE, publicationethics.org/< /a>, www.rmj.ru/about/en/), requiring compliance with these rules from all participants in the publishing process . 

We draw special attention to the fact that the article must have an originality level of at least 70% for review and at least 80% for original research and clinical observation. Repetition in volume greater than 20%, even your own previously published texts are not allowed, tk. does not carry an increment of scientific knowledge and is classified by COPE as recycling. 

Adding your own previously published texts to the article in an acceptable volume is made according to all the rules of citation, including the indication of the source. 

Before submitting an article to the editorial office, the author must check its originality using the resource www.antiplagiat.ru/. It's free, fast and easy. 

The author must keep copies of all materials and documents submitted to the editorial office. 

Articles that do not follow the rules will not be considered. 

Materials for publication in electronic form should be sent to article@doctormedia.ru

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Unless otherwise provided in separately concluded agreements, the person sending the material grants the Company the right to use the material under the terms of a free simple (non-exclusive) license throughout the world for the entire duration of the exclusive right to the material in the following ways: reproduction, distribution, processing, bringing to to the public. 

The Society receives the specified right to use the materials from the moment they are received. 

The Company has the right, within the limits of the rights it has received, to grant the right to use the materials to other persons.


The person sending the material for publication in the Publication or for posting on the Site guarantees that he is the author of the material; by a co-author who has permission from other co-authors, or by another person authorized by the author (co-authors) to grant the specified rights to use the material to the Company, as well as to agree to the Terms.

In case of claims of third parties against the Company, the sender of the material undertakes to settle all disputes at his own expense or to take part in the consideration of the dispute on the side of the Company and reimburse him for all losses incurred in connection with the receipt of such claims, including the amount of compensation paid to third parties.

The authors of the materials are responsible for the content of the materials and the recommendations contained in them. 

The authors are solely responsible for the accuracy of the information about themselves indicated in the material or blog on the Site, including their medical education. 

Persons without medical education are not entitled to create blogs on the Site and send any materials for posting them in the "Blog" section of the Site.

The Company has the right, in case of detection of violations of these Terms, to stop posting materials of the relevant person on the Site and (or) delete previously posted materials.

The version of the Terms is valid from October 01, 2019 

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