Mahakam Midwifery: Midwifery Journal, published twice in publications, in May and November
The author is a lecturer or general writer.
Writing is the result of research, scientific work, or articles that have never been published in any media.
Manuscripts are typed in the Microsoft Word program, Arial letters, size 12 fnt, with spaces 1.15 printed on A4 paper with a maximum of 12 pages, sent in print and soft copy, sent to editorial Mahakam Midwifery: Midwifery Journal, East Kalimantan Health Polytechnic with the address Jl. W. Monginsidi No. 38 Samarinda-75123 or Jl. Kurnia Makmur No. 64 and to email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles written in Indonesian or English. Systematic return of research results is the title, author, abstract return of keywords, introduction, methods, results and discussion, conclusions and reference list.
The title of the article in Indonesian is a maximum of 14 words, while in English a maximum of 12 words. Titles are printed with capital letters in the middle of the font size 14 fnt.
The name of the author of the article is included without an academic degree, approved by the original institution / position / field agreed, and placed below the article title.
Systematics of Writing:
Abstracts and keywords are written in Indonesian and English, abstract length is a maximum of 200 words, while keywords are 3-5 words. The minimum abstract contains the title, objectives, methods and results of the study.
Introduction contains background, research context, results of literature review, and research objectives, 15 - 20% of the total length of the article.
The method contains research designs, data sources and data collection techniques, and data analysis techniques, with a length of 10-15% of the total articles.
The results and discussion contain exposure to the results of the research analysis. The discussion contains the meaning of results and comparison with the theory and / or results of previous studies which are 40 - 60% of the length of the article.
The summary conclusions of the results of the discussion are presented in paragraph form.
Acknowledgments: Aimed at funders with research contract numbers, thanks are also addressed to individuals who make meaningful contributions to research, data processing and article review without rewards from the author.
Bibliography: Bibliography is the final part of the paper, written in alphabetical order following APA Style (http://www.apastyle.org)/ https://bit.ly/3mAzRrf It is recommended to use referral manager (mendeley). The composition includes: author's name, publication year, paper title or textbook, journal name or publisher, and page.
Here are some examples of how to write bibliography according to APA Style.
Referrals and citations are written using enclosed referral techniques, eg (Davis, 2003: 47)
A reference list of at least 80% in the form of the last 10 years, in the form of primary sources (research articles in journals) and library book.
Pearce, D., Atkinson, G., & Mourato, S. (2006). Cost-benefit analysis and the environment: recent developments. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and development.
Prest, A. R., & Turvey, R. (1966). Cost-benefit analysis: a survey. In Surveys of economic theory (pp. 155-207). Palgrave Macmillan, London.