INSTRUCTION TO AUTHORS
The Thai Journal of Gastroenterology
lishes triannually (January-April, May-August,
September-December) by The Gastroenterological
Association of Thailand with aims of giving medical investigators printed media to publish their in
teresting and instructive research works and clinical findings related to gastroenterology. Original research papers, case reports, and review articles
must be submitted in English.
Manuscripts should be typed double-spaced on single-side A4 paper.
- materials and
- discussion and conclusion,
Tables, photographs, graphs and
figures should be numbered and submitted separately from the text.
- case report,
- discussion and conclusion
- relevant review and discussion
Format of the Manuscript
Title : The title should be short and clear,
typed on a separate sheet and include the full names
and institutional affiliations of all authors Together with source of research grant.
Abstract : The abstract should include background information, objective, methods, results and
conclusion. Key words should be below the abstract.
Figures Tables and Photographs : Figures
and tables should be in the forms of original drawings and photographs should be of high quality
photographic or laser prints. Figures, tables and
photographs should be numbered in the sequence
in which they are cited in the text. Legends of the
figures and photographs should be double-space
on separate sheets.
References : References should conform to
those used in Index Medicus of the National Library of Medicine and be listed in consecutive order as they are cited in the text, not alphabetically.
The following examples demonstrate the form required by the Thai Journal of Gastroenterology.
- Standard Journals List all authors unless there are more than three, then only the first three are listed followed by et al.
Viranuvatti V, Stitnimankarn T, Tansurat
P. A fatal case of infestation with Fasciolopsis buski in Thailand. Ann Trop Med and Parasitol 1953;
- Books and chapter in book Whitehead WE, Schuster MM. Gastrointestinal disorder : Behavioral and physiological basis for treatment. Orlando, FI: Academic,
Ciminero AR, Nelson RO, Lipinski DP. Self-monitoring procedures. In: Ciminero AR, Calhoun KS, Adams HE, editors. Handbook of
behavioral assessment. New York: Wiley, 1977: 195-232.
- Monograph Gastroenterology Unit,
Department of Physiology,Faculty of Medicine,
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
Tel 02-256-4267 # 117 or E-mail address : firstname.lastname@example.org
The editors and publishers are not responsible
for the opinions expressed by the contributors to
the Thai Journal of Gastroenterolgy. Accepted
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