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  1. The manuscript should be initialed by the supervisor and accompanied by an official Letter of Confirmation (see. ATTACHMENT 1) issued by the affiliate institution of the manuscript that dwells with issues covered by the publication. In some cases the editors may need an expert opinion or opinion of the Ethics Committee to conduct the published study.

The Letter of Confirmation printed on the institution’s headed note-paper should indicate whether the article pertains to the thesis work.

  1. The manuscript should be signed by all authors providing the Journal with the right to publish it.
  2. Authenticated signatures of the authors (last page of the manuscript) together with the Letter of Confirmation, initialed by the institution’s management should be scanned. Scanned documents are then sent to the Journal via e-mail.
  3. Manuscripts already submitted to other publishers should not be sent to the Journal editors. If any part of the manuscript has been published by other publishers, the Letter of Confirmation should note that with the intent that the Journal’s editors make an informed decision about publishing the presented text.
  4. See ATTACHMENTS 1-3 for sample Letter of Confirmation, Title page and Reviewer’s Check List.

See ATTACHMENTS 4-5 for rules of Appeal and Retraction of articles.

ATTACHMENTS 1-5 are presented at the end of this web-page.


  1. All scientific manuscripts submitted to the Journal are reviewed according to the established procedures.
  2. The Journal’s editors check whether the manuscript complies with the Journal’s profile and formatting requirements and send it on to the Executive Secretary. The Executive Secretary evaluates scientific value of the manuscript and presents his opinion to the editorial board. Then the editorial board appoints two reviewers. The manuscripts are reviewed by external reviewers who are main Russian specialists in the related field and work in scientific areas that correspond to the theme of the manuscript.
  3. The reviewers handle the manuscript as confidential information with strict compliance to the ethical requirements for the reviewer. The Journal editors consider expert review of manuscripts as an essential part of the scientific process.

The editors also encourage reviewers to withdraw if biased.

  1. The Journal’s editors use a double-blind review method, i.e. neither authors nor reviewers know identity of each other.
  2. The author of the reviewed manuscript is provided with a copy of the review.
  3. Review takes three weeks. The deadline is monitored by the editors. Depending on situation and upon request expressed by either one or both reviewers the review period can be extended.
  4. The Journal editors use Reviewer’s Check List to ensure comprehensive and unbiased review of manuscripts (see ATTACHMENT 2). Guided by the Check List the reviewer evaluates how well the manuscript reports certain issues and gives their opinion about the manuscript. The manuscript a) can be recommended for publication as it is or revised according to the reviewer’s comments or b) not recommended for publication. In some cases the manuscript can be submitted to another specialist for further review.
  5. If the review contains recommendations to change or improve the manuscript, head of the editorship sends the author a copy of the review and suggests that the author consider recommendations to developing a new manuscript or rejecting recommendations with reason (partially or in full). The improved version of the manuscript will be again submitted for review.
  6. Should the authors and reviewers come into irrepressible contradictions regarding the manuscript, the editorial board has the right to submit the manuscript for further review. In disputed situations the manuscript can be given to one of the members of the editorial board for review. In such situations the final decision is up to the Editor in Chief.

If the author sends a Notice of appeal to the Journal expressing their disagreement with the editors’ decision regarding their manuscript, this manuscript together with the appeal is sent on to the “Conflict management committee” for informed decision about its possible publication (see ATTACHMENT 4).

  1. A manuscript not recommended for publication by the reviewers is not eligible for further submission. Notice on a negative review together with the review per se is sent to the author via e-mail.
  2. Positive reviews are not sufficient for publishing the manuscript. The final decision whether the manuscript is worth publishing is made by the Editorial board based on the manuscript significance and its compliance with the theme of the Journal. In disputable situations the decision is made by the Editor in Chief. Decision on each manuscript made by the Editorial board is documented in the minutes of its meetings.
  3. The Journal keeps the original reviews for five years.


  1. The manuscript should be sent to the editors in electronic format (either on disc or via e-mail). The manuscript should not exceed 10-24 pages.
  2. The Journal accepts manuscript files in MS Word 97/2000/XP/2007/2010.doc,.docx, size 14, Times New Roman, 1.5 line space.
  3. The manuscript should be organized as follows:
    • Author (authors) – last names and initials in Russian;
    • Title in Russian
    • Full official name of the affiliate institution in Russian
    • Space
    • Author (authors) – last names and initials in English;
    • Title in English
    • Full official name of the affiliate institution in English
    • Space
    • Contacts: Full name and e-mail address;
    • Space
    • Abstract in Russian;
    • Keywords or key phrases in Russian;
    • Abstract in English;
    • Keywords or key phrases in English;
    • Space

All keywords and key phases (five to seven words ideally) are separated by semicolon.

The list of keywords should reflect the research field as precisely as possible. General terms (like health, disease, number of population, healthcare, etc.) that do not clearly outline specifics of the research subject should be avoided.

Notes. Title, abstract and keywords should not be electronically translated into English to avoid distortion of the author’s meaning.

See ATTACHMENT 3 for sample title page.

  1. Universal Decimal Classification (UDC) mark (not obligatory) is given together with the UDC acronym in the upper left corner of the first page. The UDC classification mark is determined though the complete edition of the Universal Decimal Classification.
  2. The manuscript should contain Abstract which is the main source of information in national and international information systems and databases that index the Journal.
  3. The Abstract should be structured, concisely and accurately reflect content of the manuscript providing basic factual information and conclusions without over-interpretation or critical remarks of the author. Information in the Abstract should not differ from that in the text. The wording should be concise and persuasive. The text should not contain nonessential information. Charts, tables, graphs, pictures or references to literature are not allowed.
  4. The Abstract should start with the phrase summarizing the main idea of the article. Often this information is included in the title. Redundant introductory phrases (for example, “the author of the article considers….”) should be avoided. Syntactic structures of scientific language are encouraged while complicated grammar should be avoided. Only standard terminology should be used in the Abstract. Acronyms and abbreviations in the text are not allowed. Rare terms should be avoided as well. The author should ensure consistency of terminology in both Abstract and Article.
  5. The Abstract should contain essential words from the text of the article to ensure automated retrieval. The Abstract should specify the following contents:
  • Significance, subject, purpose of the work;
  • Methods;
  • Results;
  • Conclusions;
  • Scope of application

The Abstract should only list the methods used. Results of the work should be described as accurately and informatively as possible. The Abstract should list basic theoretical and experimental results, factual information and relationship patterns and regularities identified. The focus should be placed on new findings and conclusions, which, according to the author, are of practical importance.

Data limitations and reliability, as well as degree of validation should be indicated.

Conclusions may be followed by recommendations, estimates, and proposals described in the article. On average the Abstract should not exceed 2700 characters (up to 1.5 pages of text) as recommended by the Social Aspects of Population Health journal. The text of the Article shoul beginwith the Abstract.

  1. Do not forget, that Abstract is the article in small and its structure mirrors the one of the article. The Abstract is usually developed after the article is finalized. Availability of Abstract does not mean that its main parts (relevance, object, goal, methods, results, conclusions and scope of application) can be ignored in the text of the article.

The intent and content of the Abstract in Russian and English should be consistent.

  1. Structure of a scientific article outlined by the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly work in Medical Journals of the International Committee of the Medical Journal Editors should include the following sections: “Introduction”, “Methods”, “Results, “Discussion” and “Conclusion”.

This structure is not an arbitrary publication format but a reflection of the process of scientific discovery.

Introduction. This section provides a context for the problem under study and its significance and states the specific purpose of the study.

Methods. This section should clearly describe the selection of observational or experimental participants (including controls), including eligibility and exclusion criteria and a description of the source population. The guiding principle of the Methods section should be clarity about how and why a study was done in a particular way.

The section should aim to be sufficiently detailed so that other researchers would be able to reproduce the results.

Results. Results should be presented in logical sequence in the text, tables and figures. The main or most important findings should be presented or summarized first.

Numeric results should be given not only as derivatives (for example, percentages) but also as the absolute numbers from which the derivatives were calculated. The Results section should also specify statistical methods used to analyze data. Tables and figures should be restricted to those needed to explain the argument of the paper and to assess supporting data.

Graphs should be used as an alternative to tables with many entries; data should not be duplicated in graphs and tables.

Nontechnical uses of technical terms in statistics should be avoided, such as “random” (which implies a randomizing device), “normal,” “significant,” “correlations,” and “sample”.

Discussion. Emphasis should be placed on the new and important aspects of the study and the conclusions that follow from them in the context of the current best available evidence. Data or other information given in the Introduction or the Results section should not be repeated in detail. It is useful to begin the discussion by briefly summarizing the main findings, then explore possible mechanisms or explanations for these findings, compare and contrast the results with other relevant studies, state the limitations of the study. It is also advisable to explore the implications of the findings for future research or for clinical practice.

It is important to link the conclusions with the goals of the study but avoid unqualified statements and conclusions not adequately supported by the data. In particular, statements on economic benefits should be avoided unless the manuscript includes the appropriate economic data and analyses.

Claiming priority to the study should be avoided. It is appropriate to state new hypotheses when warranted, but label them clearly.

Conclusions. Conclusions should be stated in affirmative statements defining the study results that all together clearly indicate achievement of the study goals. Conclusions should be listed in order of their importance. Usually they are restricted to five or six.

  1. Text and other materials should be thoroughly checked. The manuscript text should not include such affirmative phrases and words like “it is known that” or “as you know”, “it is scientifically proved that”, “as experience shows”, “proceeding from the common knowledge that”, etc. Authors should provide direct references to original sources of such statements even if such statements are generally accepted and widely known. It is interpretation of the fact that is important rather than accepted truth of the statement no matter how trivial it is.
  2. The manuscript should not use foot references to citation courses. Only end references are allowed.
  3. References to sources should be enclosed in square brackets. If there are several sources, they are listed in ascending order, separated by commas without spaces. For example: [2,4,6,8]. If several references are cited in the same place in the text, a hyphen for joining the first and the last numbers inclusively should be used [2-6,8-12]. Do not use a hyphen if there are no intermediate numbers in citation, for example, [1-2]. The text should not contain references to sources not included in the References.
  4. The manuscript should be accompanied by References (Bibliographic List) containing at least nine references.
  5. References should follow the standards summarized in the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals developed by the: International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (Vancouver style). Lack of references in the manuscript is sufficient for rejecting its publication. As a rule such manuscripts are returned back to the author (authors) for proper organization.
  6. References should be thoroughly checked and numbered; in the manuscript text references should be given in square brackets in strict compliance with the References organized in alphabetic order.
  7. References should first list publications of the Russian authors, including works by foreign authors, translated into Russian, followed by references, published in foreign languages, including works by local authors, translated into a foreign language. References should not include unpublished works and textbooks. Personal work is not recommended for inclusion in the References.
  8. A reference should list the first six authors. If there are more authors, the sixth author is followed by et al at the References.
  9. Reference to a citation should immediately follow the citation either in square or round brackets. If the square brackets are used, the first comes the citation number in the References, and then, after a comma, the page number with the letter "c". For example, [10, p. 81], or if the cited text reaches the next page [10, p. 81-82]. If the citation is enclosed in round brackets, it should be organized as follows: initials and surname of the author/authors, followed by the year of publication, and then - the citation number in the References in square brackets, followed by a comma, page/s. For example: (I.I. Petrov, 2012 [33, p. 29]).
  10. The manuscript text should not contain any citations not included in the References.
  11. Correct description of the sources listed in References is a guarantee that the cited publication will be counted when assessing scientific work of its authors and the affiliate organizations. Original papers are allowed to cite no more than 30 sources, literature reviews – up to 60. Besides fundamental works, References should contain publications for the last 5 years.
  12. Verification of references is the sole responsibility of the author.
  13. The number of illustrations (figures, tables, charts, diagrams) is limited to 10.
  14. All formulas should be thoroughly checked.
  15. Tables should only contain essential summarized and statistically processed data. All data must be interpreted in the text of the article. Uninterpreted data should not be included in tables.

All tables should be numbered and titled. All clarifications should be provided in notes (footnotes) rather than in titles.

  1. Figures. Letters, numbers, and symbols on figures should be clear and answer their purpose. Titles and detailed explanations should be given in the legends - not on the illustrations.

Interpretation of all illustrations in the article is mandatory.

  1. Full name and business contacts including e-mail of the author who is the focal point for the editors should be provided at the end of the manuscript.
  2. Information for the Russian Science Citation Index should be provided on a separate page. This information includes full names of all authors (in Russian and author’s transliteration), official title of the affiliate institutions (in Russian and English), accurate postal address (in Russian and English), institution’s postal code, job titles, science titles and degrees, and e-mail address.
  3. Publication is free of charge.
  4. Editors will not consider manuscripts that fail to meet the formatting and submission requirements of the Journal.
  5. ATTACHMENT 5 outlines procedures for retracting articles that have been already published.


Sample references (see below) specify reference style and format for the most common sources of literature and clarify symbols and identifications used to organize reference lists a la Vancouver style that seem unusual to the Russian speaking authors.

According to the international citation systems, bibliographic references are included in the translated into English part of the manuscript. Therefore, references should be presented both in the source language and in Roman alphabet. So, the author should provide References in two versions: in the source language (Russian language sources should be in Cyrillic alphabet and English language sources – in Roman alphabet), and then the same list in Roman alphabet for international databases duplicating all literature sources no matter whether there are any international sources among them.

All Russian language sources in the References should be formatted in the following order: authors’ names (author’s transliteration), manuscript title (transliteration), manuscript title (English translation in square brackets), journal’s title (transliteration), publisher (transliteration). Imprint data in digital format should be followed by indication of the source language (in Russian). Title of the journal should be highlighted in italics.


Запорожченко В.Г. Героин: исторический обзор. Профилактика заболеваний и укрепление здоровья 2000; 3(6): 31-36.

Zaporozhchenko V.G. Geroin: istoricheskiy obzor [Heroin: a historical review]. Profilaktika zabolevaniy i ukreplenie zdorov'ya 2000; 3(6): 31-36. (In Russian).

To develop References in Roman alphabet, editors of the Journal recommend using Translit transliteration system available from http://www.translit.ru. Access is free. Manual transliteration is not encouraged as fraught with errors.

Guides to transliteration.

  1. Go to http://www.translit.ru. Select BGN (Board of Geographic Names) in the Options box.
  2. Insert text of the reference in the main box and press the “In translit” button. The entire text of the reference is immediately transliterated.
  3. Paste the transliterated text into the References.
  4. Translate title (of the manuscript, book, proceedings) into English and paste it into the References. We recommend refraining from the use of electronic translation programs to ensure that the author’s implication of the title is accurately conveyed without distortion.
  5. Consolidate transliterated and translated texts to format the reference according to the stated above rules. Place of publication (city) should be transliterated as well (please, note that both capitals, i.e. Moscow and St. Petersburg, should be translated into English rather than transliterated). Introduce technical corrections if needed.
  6. The reference should end with the language source (in Russian)


Note 1. The editors give pared examples: the first example samples organization of a reference for the Russian language References. The second one exemplifies organization of the same reference for the English language References.

Note 2. Part of a reference is presented in digital format if organized a-la Vancouver style.

Let’s take the following reference as an example: Сабгайда Т.П., Семенова В.Г., Иванова А.Е., Евдокушкина Г.Н., Секриеру Е.М., Никитина С.Ю. Полнота учета в медицинских свидетельствах о смерти состояний, приведших к смерти. Здравоохранение Российской Федерации. 2014; 58 (5): 4-8.

Part of this reference is displayed in a format that is uncommon for the Russian authors, i.e. 2014; 58 (5): 4-8. This is so called digital format and reads the following:

2014; - the year (date) of publication. Semicolon indicates that the dating is completed. Dating can be more complicated, for instance: 2002 Jul; (the year and month of publication) or 2002 Jul 25; (the year, month and day of publication). However, in both cases the semicolon shows that dating is completed.

58 is the volume. There can be no volume if the Journal is free from volumes. If the volume is followed by a colon not the journal’s issue, this means that the Journal is not numbered by its editors. Semicolon is followed by the number of pages on which the publication is placed inside and out.

(5): is the number of the journal. It is always displayed in round brackets even if there is no volume. Semicolon indicates that the number is followed by pages on which the publication is placed inside and out. The sample article above is placed on pages four to eight.

Note 3. Reference to books in digital format reads the following: if the letter “p” follows the number (436 p) it indicates the total number of pages in the cited source; if it precedes the number (P. 436), it refers to the page of the source on which the idea or conception cited by the author is placed.

If a reference is made to a book’s section of chapter (more than one page), number of pages indicate pages on which they are placed inside and out: P. 434-636.

Note 4. If you have difficulties formatting references please, refer to the examples provided on this webpage or apply for help to the editors of the Journal. Assistance is free.

References to a standard journal article

Note. The titles of the Russian language journals should be provided in full. Abbreviations can be used only if accepted in PubMed or Index Medicus. For example, JAMA or Br J Psych. Titles of the journals in the References should be highlighted in italics.

If an article has up to six authors, the reference should list them all.

Белушкина Н.Н., Хомякова Т.Н., Хомяков Ю.Н. Заболевания, связанные с нарушением регуляции программируемой клеточной гибели. Молекулярная медицина 2012;(2):3-10.

Belushkina NN, Khomyakova TN, Khomyakov YuN. Zabolevaniya, svyazannye s narusheniem regulyatsii programmiruemoy kletochnoy gibeli [Diseases associated with dysregulation of programmed cell death]. Molekulyarnaya meditsina 2012;(2):3-10. (In Russian).

Сабгайда Т.П., Семенова В.Г., Иванова А.Е., Евдокушкина Г.Н., Секриеру Е.М., Никитина С.Ю. Полнота учета в медицинских свидетельствах о смерти состояний, приведших к смерти. Здравоохранение Российской Федерации. 2014; 58 (5): 4-8.

Sabgayda T.P., Semenova V.G., Ivanova A.E., Evdokushkina G.N., Sekrieru E.M., Nikitina S.Yu. Polnota ucheta v meditsinskikh svidetel'stvakh o smerti sostoyaniy, privedshikh k smerti [The completeness of recordings in medical death certificates the conditions resulted in death]. Zdravookhranenie Rossiyskoy Federatsii 2014; 58 (5): 4-8. (In Russian).

If an article has more than six authors, the reference lists the first six authors followed by “и др” in the Russian language References and by “et al.” in the English language References.

Веркина Л.М., Телесманич Н.Р., Мишин Д.В., Ботиков А.Г., Ломов Ю.М., Дерябин П.Г., и др. Конструирование полимерного препарата для серологической диагностики гепатита С. Вопросы вирусологии 2012;(1):45-48.

Verkina LM, Telesmanich NR, Mishin DV, Botikov AG, Lomov YuM, Deryabin PG, et al. Konstruirovanie polimernogo preparata dlya serologicheskoy diagnostiki gepatita С [Construction of the polymer preparation for serological diagnosis of hepatitis C.] Voprosy virusologii 2012;(1):45-48. (In Russian).

References to a journal article on the Internet

Иванова А.Е., Головенкин С.Е., Сульдин С.А. Предотвратимость потерь здоровья при инфаркте миокарда. Социальные аспекты здоровья населения [электронный научный журнал]; 2013;33(5). URL: http://vestnik.mednet.ru/content/view/504/30/lang,ru/ (Дата обращения 12 февраля 2014).

Please, note that in the English language References date is separated from volume and number of the journal.

Ivanova A.E., Golovenkin S.E., Sul'din S.A. Predotvratimost' poter' zdorov'ya pri infarkte miokarda [Preventable health loss associated with myocardial infarction]. Social'nye aspekty zdorov'a naselenia [serial online]; 2013 [cited 2014 Feb 12]; 33(5). Available from: http://vestnik.mednet.ru/content/view/504/30/lang,ru/ (In Russian).

Аполихин О.И., Катибов М.И., Сивков А.В., Чернышев И.В., Рощин Д.А., Шадеркин И.А. и др. Индуцированные всеобщей диспансеризацией проблемы скрининга рака предстательной железы в Российской Федерации. Социальные аспекты здоровья населения [электронный научный журнал] 2013;34(6). URL: http://vestnik.mednet.ru/content/view/519/30/lang,ru/ (Дата обращения 3 февраля 2014).

Apolikhin OI, Katibov MI, Sivkov AV, Chernishev IV, Roschin DA, Shaderkin IA, et al. Indutsirovannye vseobshchey dispanserizatsiey problemy skrininga raka predstatel'noy zhelezy v Rossiyskoy Federatsii [Problems of prostate cancer screening induced by comprehensive medical examination in the Russian Federation]. Sotsial'nye aspekty zdorov'ya naseleniya [serial online] 2013 [cited 2014 Feb 02]; 34;(6). Available from: http://vestnik.mednet.ru/content/view/519/30/lang,ru/ (In Russian).

References to books

If a book has up to six authors the reference should list them all.

Стародубов В.И., Суханова Л.П. Репродуктивные проблемы в демографическом развитии России. Москва: ИД "Менеджер здравоохранения"; 2012. 320 с.

Starodubov V.I., Sukhanova L.P. Reproduktivnye problemy v demograficheskom razvitii Rossii [Reproductive problems in the demographic development of Russia]. Moscow: ID "Menedzher zdravookhraneniya"; 2012. 320 p. (In Russian).

If an book has more than six authors, the reference lists the first six authors followed by “и др” in the Russian language References and by “et al.” in the English language References.

Лещенко Я.А.,.Данилина Е.В,.Батура О.Г, Боева А.В., Лещенко О.Я., Лутин Я.А., и др. Общественное здоровье как важнейшая составляющая человеческого капитала. Иркутск. 2005. 206 с.

Leshchenko Ya.A. Danilina E.V., Batura O.G., Boeva A.V., Leshchenko O.Ya, Lutin YaA., et al. Obshchestvennoe zdorov'e kak vazhneyshaya sostavlyayushchaya chelovecheskogo kapitala [Public health as an important component of human capital]. Irkutsk. 2005. 206 p. (In Russian).

Reference to a chapter or part of a book

Иванова А.Е. Тенденции и причины смерти населения России. В кн.: Осипов В.Г., Рыбаковский Л.Л., редакторы. Демографическое развитие России в XXI веке. Москва: Экон-Информ; 2009. С. 110-131.

Ivanova A.E. Tendentsii i prichiny smerti naseleniya Rossii [Trends and causes of death of the population of Russia]. In: Osipov V.G., Rybakovskiy L.L., editors. Demograficheskoe razvitie Rossii v XXI veke [Demographic development of Russia in the XXI century]. Moscow: Ekon-Inform; 2009. p. 110-131. (In Russian).

Давыдов М.И., Аксель Е.М., Блохина Н.Н. Организация онкологической помощи в России и распространённость злокачественных новообразований среди взрослых. В кн.: Л.А. Бокерия, И.Н. Ступаков, редакторы. Социально значимые болезни в Российской Федерации. Москва: Научный центр сердечно-сосудистой хирургии им. А.Н. Бакулева; 2006. С. 170-194.

Davydov M.I., Aksel' E.M., Blokhina N.N. Organizatsiya onkologicheskoy pomoshchi v Rossii i rasprostranennost' zlokachestvennykh novoobrazovaniy sredi vzroslykh [The organization of cancer care in Russia and prevalence of malignant neoplasms among in adults]. In: Bokeriya L.A., Stupakov I.N., editors. Sotsial'no znachimye bolezni v Rossiyskoy Federatsii [Socially significant diseases in the Russian Federation]. Moscow: Nauchnyy tsentr serdechno-sosudistoy khirurgii im. A.N. Bakuleva; 2006. P. 170-194. (In Russian).

Reference to a translated publication

Гланц С. Медико-биологическая статистика. 4-е изд. [Пер. с англ]. Москва: Практика; 1998. 459 с.

Glantz S.A. Primer of Biostatistics. 4th ed. [Transl. from Eng]. Moscow. Praktika; 1998. 459 p. (In Russian).

Ригельман Р. Как избежать врачебных ошибок. [Пер. с англ.]. Москва: Практика; 1994. 204 с.

Riegelman R.К. Minimizing Medical Mistakes: The Art of Medical Decision Making. [Transl. from Eng]. Moscow: Praktika; 1994. 204 p. (In Russian).

Reference to a publication without personal author

Российский статистический ежегодник. 2013. Статистический сборник. Москва: Росстат; 2013, 717 с.

Rossiyskiy statisticheskiy ezhegodnik. 2013 [Russian statistical yearbook. 2013]. Statisticheskiy sbornik. Moscow: Rosstat; 2013, 717 p. (In Russian).

Россия 2013: Статистический справочник. Москва: Росстат; 2013. 62 с.

Rossiya 2013: Statisticheskiy spravochnik [Russia 2013: Statistical Handbook]. Moscow: Rosstat; 2013. 62 p. (In Russian).

Reference to a publication with editor/editors but without personal author

Бокерия Л.А., Ступаков И.Н., редакторы. Социально значимые болезни в Российской Федерации. Москва: Научный центр сердечно-сосудистой хирургии им. А.Н. Бакулева; 2006. 326 с.

Bokeriya L.A., Stupakov I.N., editors. Sotsial'no znachimye bolezni v Rossiyskoy Federatsii [Socially significant diseases in the Russian Federation]. Moscow: Nauchnyy tsentr serdechno-sosudistoy khirurgii im. A.N. Bakuleva; 2006. 326 p. (In Russian).

Reference to a dissertation and master’s thesis

Сабгайда Т.П. Паразитарная система P.vivax: информационно-математическое моделирование как основа анализа и управления её функционированием: дис. … д-ра мед. наук. Москва: 2002. 320 с.

Sabgayda TP. Parazitarnaya sistema P.vivax: informatsionno-matematicheskoe modelirovanie kak osnova analiza i upravleniya ee funktsionirovaniem [The parasitic system P.vivax: information and mathematical modeling as a basis of analysis and management of its functioning]. Dr. Med.Sci [dissertation]. Moscow; 2002. 320 p. (In Russian).

Подсвирова О.В. Оптимизация методических и медико-организационных аспектов управления факторами, определяющими качество перинатальной профилактики: автореф. дис. … канд. мед. наук. Иваново. 2004. 24 с.

Podsvirova O.V. Optimizatsiya metodicheskikh i mediko-organizatsionnykh aspektov upravleniya faktorami, opredelyayushchimi kachestvo perinatal'noy profilaktiki [Optimization of methodical and medical-organizational aspects of the management of the factors determining the quality of perinatal prevention]. Cand.Med.Sci [thesis]. Ivanovo; 2011. 24 p. (In Russian)

Reference to conference materials

Рыбаковский Л.Л., редактор. Демографическое настоящее и будущее России и её регионов. Материалы Всероссийской научно-практической конференции. 2012 30-31 мая, Москва. Москва: Экон-информ; 2012. 178 с.

Rybakovskiy L.L., editor. Demograficheskoe nastoyashchee i budushchee Rossii i ee regionov [Demographic present and future of Russia and its regions]. Materialy Vserossiyskoy nauchno-prakticheskoy konferentsii. 2012, 30-31 May, Moscow. Moscow: Ekon-inform; 2012. 178 p. (In Russian).

Reference to a presentation at a scientific conference

Салов И.А., Маринушкин Д.Н. Акушерская тактика при внутриутробной гибели плода. В кн.: Кулаков В.И., редактор. Материалы IV Российского форума "Мать и дитя". Москва; 2000; ч. 1. С. 516-519.

Salov IA, Marinushkin DN. Akusherskaya taktika pri vnutriutrobnoy gibeli ploda [Obstetric tactics in intrauterine fetal death]. In: Kulakov V.I., editor. Materialy IV Rossiyskogo foruma "Mat' i ditya". Мoscow, 2000; Part 1. p. 516-519. (In Russian).

Иванова А.Е., Михайлов А.Ю. Эффективность региональных программ по снижению смертности в России. В кн.: Цыбулевская Е.А., Терентьев Л.А., Ильченко Л.П., Саакян Р.Р., Селезнев С.Б., Анкундинов С.Г., и др., редакторы. Здоровье населения – основа процветания России. Материалы V Всероссийской научно-практической конференции с международным участием (26-27 апреля 2011 года), г. Анапа. Анапа: Издание филиала Российского государственного социального университета в г. Анапе; 2011. С. 151-152.

Ivanova A.E., Mikhaylov A.Yu. Effektivnost' regional'nykh programm po snizheniyu smertnosti v Rossii [Efficiency of the regional programs on reducing mortality in Russia]. In: Tsybulevskaya E.A., Terent'ev L. A., Il'chenko L.P., Saakyan R.R., Seleznev S.B., Ankundinov S.G., et al., editors. Zdorov'e naseleniya – osnova protsvetaniya Rossii [Population health is the basis for prosperity of Russia]. Materialy V Vserossiyskoy nauchno-prakticheskoy konferentsii s mezhdunarodnym uchastiem (26-27 Apr 2011), Anapa. Anapa: Izdanie filiala Rossiyskogo gosudarstvennogo sotsial'nogo universiteta. Anapa; 2011. P. 151-152. (In Russian).

References to official documents

Note. Reference to an official document on the Internet must contain an accurate link to the webpage of the affiliate institution. Following this link one must be able to view the cited source rather than the web site where this source is located.

References to other web sites (for example, GARANT) are allowed only if the required document is difficult to find at the web site of the affiliate institution.

Reference to laws and regulations

О защите прав юридических лиц и индивидуальных предпринимателей при осуществлении государственного контроля (надзора) и муниципального контроля: федеральный закон от 26.12.2008 № 294-ФЗ (ред. от 28.12.2013). Собрание законодательства РФ 2008.12.29, №52 (ч. 1), ст. 6249.

O zashchite prav yuridicheskikh lits i individual'nykh predprinimateley pri osushchestvlenii gosudarstvennogo kontrolya (nadzora) i munitsipal'nogo kontrolya [On protecting the rights of legal entities and individual entrepreneurs in providing the state control (supervision) and municipal control]. Federal'nyy zakon ot 26.12.2008 № 294-FZ (red. ot 28.12.2013)]. Sobranie zakonodatel'stva RF 2008.12.29, №52 (Part 1), Art. 6249. (In Russian).

Об обязательном медицинском страховании в Российской Федерации: федеральный закон от 29 ноября 2010 г. №326-ФЗ (с изменениями и дополнениями). [Интернет]. URL: http://base.garant.ru/12180688/ (Дата обращения 26.04.2014)

Ob obyazatel'nom meditsinskom strakhovanii v Rossiyskoy Federatsii [On mandatory health insurance in the Russian Federation] Federal'nyy zakon ot 29 noyabrya 2010 g. №326-FZ (s izmeneniyami i dopolneniyami)]. [Online]. 2010 [cited 2014 Apr 26]. Available from: http://base.garant.ru/12180688/ (In Russian).

Об организации лицензирования отдельных видов деятельности: Постановление Правительства РФ от 21.11.2011; №957 (ред. от 28.10.2013). Собрание законодательства РФ 2011.11.28, №48, ст. 6931.

Ob organizatsii litsenzirovaniya otdel'nykh vidov deyatel'nosti [On organization of licensing certain types of activity]. Postanovlenie Pravitel'stva RF ot 21.11.2011; №957 (red. ot 28.10.2013). Sobranie zakonodatel'stva RF 2011.11.28, №48, Art. 6931. (In Russian).

Reference to an order

Об утверждении медицинской документации и статистической отчетности, используемых при проведении диспансеризации определенных групп взрослого населения и профилактических медицинских осмотров: Приказ Минздрава России от 21 июня 2013 года №382н. URL: http://www.rosminzdrav.ru/docs/mzsr/orders/1522 (Дата обращения: 14.02.2014)

Ob utverzhdenii meditsinskoy dokumentatsii i statisticheskoy otchetnosti, ispol'zuemykh pri provedenii dispanserizatsii opredelennykh grupp vzroslogo naseleniya i profilakticheskikh meditsinskikh osmotrov [On approving medical documentation and statistical reporting documents used for medical examination of certain groups of adult population and preventive medical examination]. Prikaz Minzdrava Rossii ot 21 iyunya 2013 goda №382n]. [Online] [cited 2014 Feb 14]. Available from: http://www.rosminzdrav.ru/docs/mzsr/orders/1522. (In Russian).

Reference to a program

Об утверждении государственной программы Российской Федерации "Развитие здравоохранения": постановление Правительства РФ от 15.04.2014 №294. [Интернет]. URL: http://www.rg.ru/2014/04/24/zdravooxr-site-dok.html (Дата обращения 26.04.2014)

Ob utverzhdenii gosudarstvennoy programmy Rossiyskoy Federatsii «Razvitie zdravookhraneniya [On approving the state program of the Russian Federation “Development of health care”]. Postanovlenie Pravitel'stva RF ot 15.04.2014 №294]. [Online]. 2014 [cited 2014 Apr 26]. Available from: http://www.rg.ru/2014/04/24/zdravooxr-site-dok.html (In Russian).

Reference to a report

Всемирный доклад о наркотиках, 2012. Организация Объединенных Наций. Нью-Йорк. 2012. 153 с.

World Drug Report. 2012. United Nations. New York. 2012. 153 p. (In Russian).

Основные изменения в области старения, происшедшие в период после проведения второй Всемирной ассамблеи по проблемам старения: Доклад Генерального секретаря. Комиссия социального развития. Сорок пятая сессия. 7–16 февраля 2007 г. С. 14. [Интернет]. URL: http://socpolitika.ru/files/5492/ageing_report_com.pdf (дата обращения: 01.02.2014)

The basic changes in aging during the period after the II World Assembly on aging: Report of Secretary General. Commission for social development. 45 Session. February 7-16, 2007. P.14. [Online] [cited 2014 Feb 01]. Available from: URL: http://socpolitika.ru/files/5492/ageing_report_com.pdf. (In Russian).

References to electronic resources

The link should lead directly to the cited source rather than to the web site where the source is located. Both the date of the document upload and citation date must be indicated.

Доклад о состоянии здравоохранения в мире 2007. [Интернет]. URL: http://www.who.int/whr/2007/whr07_ru.pdf (Дата обращения: 22.10.2014).

Report on the World Health 2007. [Online]. 2007 [cited 2014 Oct 22]. Available from: http://www.who.int/whr/2007/whr07_ru.pdf

Кораблев В.Н. Использование инновационных технологий управления для повышения эффективности здравоохранения региона [Интернет]. Хабаровск: Издательство Дальневосточного государственного медицинского университета; 2009. URL: http://www.medlinks.ru/sections.php?op=listarticles&secid=135 (Дата посещения 9.04.14)

Korablev V.N. Ispol'zovanie innovatsionnykh tekhnologiy upravleniya dlya povysheniya effektivnosti zdravookhraneniya regiona [Implementation of innovation management technologies to increase the health care efficiency in regions]. [Online]. Khabarovsk: Izdatel'stvo Dal'nevostochnogo gosudarstvennogo meditsinskogo universiteta. 2009 [cited 2014 Apr 09]. Available from: http://www.medlinks.ru/sections.php?op=listarticles&secid=135 (in Russian).

Попова Г.В. Методологические основы формирования инновационной системы управления развитием регионального здравоохранения: автореф. дис. … д.э.н. СПб. 2009. [Интернет]. URL: http://www.dissers.ru/avtoreferati-dissertatsii-ekonomika/a892.php (Дата посещения 9.04.14)

Popova G.V. Metodologicheskie osnovy formirovaniya innovatsionnoy sistemy upravleniya razvitiem regional'nogo zdravookhraneniya [Methodical grounds for forming innovation management system for development of regional health care]. Dr. Oec.Sci. [thesis]. St. Petersburg. 2009 [Online]. 2009 [cited 2014 Apr 09]. Available from: http://www.dissers.ru/avtoreferati-dissertatsii-ekonomika/a892.php (in Russian).



Note 1. Titles of the journals in the English language literature are usually given in the form of abbreviations. It means that such abbreviations are listed in the relevant databases. It you have difficulties providing abbreviation for the journal title, give the full title. The title of the journal is highlighted in italics (as requested by the Social Aspects of Population Health).

Note 2. Only the first letter in the title of the article or book is CAPITAL in the References in English

If an article has up to six authors, the reference should list them all

Angus J. Ageism: A Threat to “Aging Well»' in the 21st Century. Journal of Applied Gerontology. 2006; (25): 137-152.

Russell FD, Coppell AL, Davenport AP. In vitro enzymatic processing of radiolabelled big ET-1 in human kidney as a food ingredient. Biochem Pharmacol 1998;55(5):697- 701.

Prokai-Tatrai K, Prokai L. Modifying peptide properties by prodrug design for enhanced transport into the CNS. Prog Drug Res. 2003;61:155-88.

If an article has more than six authors, the reference lists the first six authors followed by “et al.”.

Hallal AH, Amortegui JD, Jeroukhimov IM, Casillas J, Schulman CI, Manning RJ, et al. Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography accurately detects common bile duct stones in resolving gallstone pancreatitis. J Am Coll Surg 2005;200(6):869-75.

NB! Initials of the last author (before et al.) are followed by a coma.

References to a journal article on the Internet

  1. Morse SS. Factors in the emergence of infectious disease. Emerg Infect Dis [serial online] 1995 [cited 1999 Dec 25]; 1(1). Available from: http://www./cdc/gov/ncidoc/EID/eid.htm
  2. Garfinkel PE, Lin E, Goering P. Should amenorrhoea be necessary for the diagnosis of anorexia nervosa? Br J Psych [serial online]. No date [cited 1999 Aug 17]; 168(4):500-6. Available from: http://biomed.niss.ac.uk


Example 1. Dating is separated from volume and issue.

Example 2. If date of the material’s upload is not specified please, indicate “No date”.

Reference to a book

If a book has up to six authors, the reference should list them all

Getzen TE. Health economics: fundamentals of funds. New York: John Wiley & Sons;1997. 464 p.

Lodish H, Baltimore D, Berk A, Zipursky SL, Matsudaira P, Darnell J. Molecular cell biology. 3rd ed. New York: Scientific American; 1995. 853 p.

Jenkins PF. Making sense of the chest x-ray: a hands-on guide. New York: Oxford University Press; 2005. 194 p.

If a book has more than six authors, the reference lists the first six authors followed by “et al.”.

Fauci AS, Braunwald E, Isselbacher KJ, Wilson JD, Martin JB, Kasper DL, et al. Harrison’s principles of internal medicine. 14th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, Health Professions Division; 1998.

Reference to a chapter or part of a book

Branco K.J. Stereotyping and the life cycle: Views of aging and the aged. In: In the Eye of the Beholder: Contemporary Issues in Stereotyping. A.G. Miller, editor. NY. 1982. P. 364-410.

Porter RJ, Meldrum BS. Antiepileptic drugs. In: Katzung BG, editor. Basic and clinical pharmacology. 6th ed. Norwalk (CN): Appleton and Lange; 1995. p. 361-80.

Reference to a book with editor/editors but without authors in the title

Such reference is formatted the same as a referent to a book with authors. The name of the last editor is followed by a coma and the word “editor” or “editors” is full to avoid confusion with the abbreviation “ed.” that stands for “edition” to indicate the edition number (3rd ed. or 6th ed.).

Millares M, editor. Applied drug information: strategies for information management. Vancouver (WA): Applied Therapeutics, Inc.; 1998.

Reference to a book with more than six editors but without authors in the title

The reference lists the first six names followed by “et al.”(without quotation marks). Editors are listed in the order in which they are mentioned in the book (on the title page).

Fauci AS, Braunwald E, Isselbacher KJ, Wilson JD, Martin JB, Kasper DL, et al, editors. Harrison’s principles of internal medicine. 14th ed. New York: McGraw Hill, Health Professions Division; 1998.

Reference to a book for which neither authors not editor(s) are given.

HIV/AIDs resources: a nationwide directory. 10th ed. Longmont (CO): Guides for Living; c2004. 792 p

Reference to a web site

Zand J. The natural pharmacy: herbal medicine for depression [Online]. 1999 [cited 2001 Aug 23]. Available from: http://www.healthy.net/asp/templates/Article.asp?PageType=Article&Id=920

National Organization for Rare Diseases [Online]. 1999 Aug 16 [cited 1999 Aug 21]; Available from: http://www.rarediseases.org/Royal College of General Practitioners.

The primary health care team [Online]. 1998 [cited 1999 Aug 22]; [10 screens]. Available from: http://ww.rcgp.org.uk/informat/publicat/rcf0021.htm

Note. The word [Online] must be followed by the date of the material’s upload.

Reference to conference materials

Ferreira de Oliveira MJ, editor. Accessibility and quality of health services. Proceedings of the 28th Meeting of the European Working Group on Operational Research Applied to Health Services (ORAHS); 2002 Jul 28-Aug 2; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Frankfurt (Germany): Peter Lang; c2004. 287 p.

Reference to a presentation at a conference (proceedings)

Arendt T. Alzheimer's disease as a disorder of dynamic brain self-organization. In: van Pelt J, Kamermans M, Levelt CN, van Ooyen A, Ramakers GJ, Roelfsema PR, editors. Development, dynamics, and pathology of neuronal networks: from molecules to functional circuits. Proceedings of the 23rd International Summer School of Brain Research; 2003 Aug 25-29; Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Amsterdam (Netherlands): Elsevier; 2005. p. 355-78.

Semyonova V, Sabgayda T. The distorting death causes structure of Russia population. In: Skiadas C.H., editor. Book of abstract of 15th Applied stochastic models and data analysis international conference. 25-28 June 2013. Matara (Barcelona), Spain. 2013. P. 189-190.

Reference to a dissertation

Jones DL. The role of physical activity on the need for revision total knee arthroplasty in individuals with osteoarthritis of the knee [dissertation]. [Pittsburgh (PA)]: University of Pittsburgh; 2001. 436 p.

Liu-Ambrose TY. Studies of fall risk and bone morphology in older women with low bone mass [dissertation]. [Vancouver (BC)]: University of British Columbia; 2004. 290 p.

Reference to a master’s thesis

Roguskie JM. The role of Pseudomonas aeruginosa1244 pilin glycan in virulence [master's thesis]. [Pittsburgh (PA)]: Duquesne University; 2005. 111 p.

Weisbaum LD. Human sexuality of children and adolescents: a comprehensive training guide for social work professionals [master's thesis]. Long Beach (CA): California State University, Long Beach; 2005. 101 p.

Reference to a dictionary

Stedman's medical dictionary. 26th ed. Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins; 1995. Apraxia; p. 119-20.

Please, note that Apraxia” is given at the end of the reference.


The current version of the original Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors is available from www.ICMJE.org.

The Russian version of the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (translated by O.V. Vikhireva) is available form http://www.scardio.ru/izdaniya/rossiyskiy_kardiologicheskiy_zhurnal/edinye_trebovaniya_k_rukopisyam_predstavlyaemym_v_biomedicinskie_zhurnaly/#1

The Russian version of the Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals developed by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (translated by O.V. Vikhireva) can be downloaded from http://www.scardio.ru/content/images/documents/Trebovania2010.pdf

NB! To avoid unnecessary communication with the editors we kindly inform that authors who experience difficulties with formatting manuscripts according to the new rules should specify such difficulties in their letter to the editors. The Journal’s editors will provide translation of manuscripts’ titles, abstract and keywords into English free of charge as well as properly format References in both languages if requested.



To the Social Aspects of Population Health Journal

Dear Editors,

We kindly ask you to publish “Prevention of cannabis smoking among youth” manuscript developed by I.I. Ivanova and P.P. Petrova. The manuscript has undergone internal peer review and is recommended for publication.

The manuscript is based on the dissertation study implemented by a PhD student of I.I. Ivanova.

Neither full text nor any parts of the manuscript have been published or under consideration by other publications.

Director of the Institute,

Doctor of Medical Science, Professor,

S.S. Sidorov.


Reviewer’s check list

Social Aspects of Population Health

To evaluate manuscripts and develop reviews a peer reviewer should be guided by the following check list:

  • The manuscript fits the Journal’s profile
  • The title corresponds to the content of the manuscript
  • Ingenuity of work, novelty of the data received
  • The topic is fully and accurately covered by the literature review
  • Significance of the topic
  • The manuscript is relevant to the current state of the question under study
  • Goals and objectives are stated clearly and correspond to the factual information provided
  • Methods and data are described in detail.
  • Selection of methods is appropriate
  • Statistical analysis is adequate
  • Results correspond to the research goals
  • The received data is interpreted
  • Conclusions are valid
  • Results have scientific value
  • Results are applicable to practice
  • Data is visualized (through tables, figures). All data in tables and figures is properly interpreted. Which data is presented in tables and figures: integrated data or unprocessed data?
  • Personal data is compared with the literature data.
  • List of references contains references to all essential publications on the topic of the manuscript
  • Self-citation is appropriate
  • Quality and length of the abstract
  • The manuscript complies with the ethic norms.
  • The reviewer should also check the article for plagiary using "Anti-plagiary" software recommended by the Editorial Board or similar


Sample title page

Яковлева Т.В.1, Вылегжанин С.В.1, Бойцов С.А.2, Калинина А.М.2, Ипатов П.В.2


1Министерство здравоохранения Российской Федерации, Москва

2ФГБУ Государственный научно-исследовательский центр профилактической медицины Минздрава России, Москва

Yakovleva T.V.1, Vylegzhanin S.V.1, Boitsov S.A.2, Kalinina A.M.2, Ipatov P.V.2


1Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow

2National Research Center for Preventive Medicine, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow

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  1. If case of sufficient grounds, the Conflict Management Committee makes a proposal to the Journal editors to change or keep in force their original decision regarding publication of the manuscript.
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  3. Decision to accept or reject the manuscript that is based on revision of the original decision undertaken by the Conflict Management Committee rests with editors of the Social'nye aspekty zdorov'a naselenia Journal.
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Retraction of manuscripts that have already been published is carried out by the Journal's editors in case of data fabrication or data falsification or misappropriation of data, plagiarism, use of erroneous or incorrect data, detection of duplicated publications, as well as presence of serious errors in the article that cast doubt on its scientific value.

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  1. Retraction of a manuscript can be initiated by authors, readers, reviewers or editors through a written request to the Social Aspects of Population Health.
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