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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  • The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  • Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  • The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  • The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  • If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.

Author Guidelines

Last updated: 25 January 2023


Manuscripts submitted to the journal are not yet published. JKTP does not accept any manuscripts which are also sent to other journals for publication at the same time. The writer should ensure that all members of his/her team have approved the manuscript for publication. Any research report on humans as the subject should enclose the signed informed consent, and prior ethical approval was obtained from a suitably constituted research ethics committee or institutional review board. If any financial support was received or relationship(s) existed, the authors should mention that no conflict of interest of any financial support or any relationship or other exists during a research project. We accept manuscripts in Indonesian or English.


Each manuscript is reviewed by the editors, and if of a sufficient standard, sent for blind reviewed by at least two editorial board members or reviewers who come from a range of countries as chosen by the journal team based on their expertise. The result may be accepted with no revision, accepted with minor correction, accepted with major revision, and refused. The sending author is given an opportunity to correct the article based on suggestions received from the reviewers. The specific information of whether the article is accepted and published or refused is given to the sending author in writing.


The article systematics consists of the Title, Affiliation, Corresponding author, Abstract, Keywords, Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Implication and Limitations, Conclusions, and References. Writing rules are written following the template provided.

3.1 Title

The title should be informative and written both briefly and clearly. It cannot diverse multi interpretations. This includes the title of the manuscript and the full names without academic and professional credentials with commas between names. In addition, a number (1) is to be used to designate the corresponding author with academic and professional credentials, institutional affiliation(s), and postal and email addresses of each author.

3.2 Abstract

A maximum of 250 words written in Indonesian, using Arial, font 10, space 1. The abstract contains an introduction (1-2 sentences), goals (1 sentence), method (3-5 sentences), results in 3-5 (sentences), and conclusion (1 sentence). Abstract written in one paragraph.

3.3 Keywords

At least 3 words and a maximum of 5 words (Capital letters only in the first letter of the first word), separated by a semicolon, no period (.) At the end of the keyword and font 10.

3.4 Introduction

It contains the urgency of research and explains the background of research problems, as well as the justification of research supported by relevant data, references, and research results. Gap analysis is presented by including facts/phenomena of the research topic compared to what should be in theory, results of previous research, and guidelines or achievement targets. Background must convey a statement of novelty and research significance to answer or as a gap solution. The maximum number of introductory pages is 2 pages written using Arial, space 1, and the first line of each paragraph uses a 1 cm indent. Writing citations using APA style. The final part of the introduction explains the research objectives.

3.5 Methods

Explain the type and design of research, location and time of research, population and sample, sampling techniques, variables, data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques. Research that uses laboratory materials and tools must explain clearly in the method. Qualitative design research, such as case studies, phenomenology, ethnography, and so on, must add procedures to check the validity of the findings. The author is required to include a certificate of ethical eligibility from a credible health ethics committee by including the name of the issuing institution. Writing citations using APA style. The method is written using Arial letters, Font 10, space 1, and the first line of each paragraph uses a 1 cm indent.

3.6 Results

It contains the research results presented in tables, graphs, pictures, interview citations, and other research data presentation models. The results of the study also included the interpretation of the data. The following is an example of the presentation of results in tables and figures. The results are written in Arial letters, font 10, space 1, and the first line of each paragraph uses a 1 cm indent.

3.7 Discussion

The discussion includes an explanation and justification of the results of the research that are delivered in a comprehensive, clear, and solutive manner, supported by the theory, and the results of previous research that are relevant and up to date. Writing citations using APA style. The discussion is written in Arial letters, font 10, space 1, and the first line of each paragraph use a 1 cm indent.

3.8 Implication and Limitations

The manuscript should describe the implications of the study on nursing practices and policies based on the findings and also the limitations. 

3.9 Conclusion

It contains a summary of the results of the research and discussion that are presented integratively by the objectives of the study. Not allowed to include statistics that have been included in the results section. It contains suggestions based on the results of research, which can be in the form of new practical activities or development in further studies. Written in Arial letter, font 10, space 1, the first line of each paragraph uses a 1 cm indent. Conclusions are written in 1 paragraph. Acknowledgment It contains gratitude to institutions/institutions involved in conducting research both in the form of support and financial. Written in Arial letters, font 10, space 1, the first line of each paragraph uses a 1 cm indent, written in 1 paragraph.

3.10 References

Reference writing is made using APA style. The references used are the latest and relevant. Preferably those from research results. At least 80% of the bibliography comes from primary reference sources (research results) with an updated level of the last 5 years. It is strongly recommended to use standard reference applications, such as EndNote, Mendeley, Zotero, and others.


Every table is typed in 1 space. The number of tables is systematic as mentioned in the texts and completed with a short title each. Provide an explanation in the footnotes instead of in the title. Please explain in the footnotes all non-standard information mentioned in the table. The total table should not be more than 6 tables.


The manuscript is to be written on A4 paper with a margin of at least 2.5 for each using Microsoft Word, Arial font and single-spaced. Each page is numbered starting from the title until the last page of the manuscript. Please check the text carefully before submission to check for correct content and typographic errors.


The journal applies the policy of screening for plagiarism. All articles in this publication are original: the content (either in full or in part) in each article has not been knowingly republished without specific citation to the original release. A Turnitin plagiarism checker is applied to all submitted papers during the initial screening. The journal accepts a maximum similarity index of 20%. Papers leading to plagiarism or self-plagiarism will be immediately rejected.

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