1. The article should be printed in the text editor Microsoft Word font Times New Roman, font size 12, with a single spacing between lines, all fields are 2 cm wide.
  2. The volume of the article should not exceed 20 pages (including illustrations, tables, summary and references). In the case of publication of conference materials, the volume of abstracts is no more than 3 pages.
  3. The name of the text file is made by the surname of the first author in the form of Surname. doc. In the case of sending several articles, the articles are named with consecutive digits: Surname1. doc, Surname2. doc.  Drawings, photos and scans of documents are recorded in separate files in tiff format  in the form Familia_fig1. tiff, Familia_fig2. tiff.
  4. Manuscripts in Kazakh, Russian and English are accepted for publication. The editors reserve the right to translate the original article in English into Russian or Kazakh.
  5. The cover page states:
  • on the first line of the UDC – the text is left-aligned without paragraph indentation;
  • through the interval Surnames and initials of each of the authors – in lowercase letters, bold font, the text is aligned to the left edge without paragraph indentation;
  • through the interval Title of the article – in capital letters, bold font, the text is aligned to the left edge without paragraph indentation;
  • in the interval Full name of all organizations to which the authors belong – lowercase, italic, text is left-aligned without paragraph indentation. If the authors work in different institutions, then the author’s relationship with his organization is shown in Arabic numerals of upper register (1, 2, 3, etc.).



Amanbaeva R.K.1, Osipova A.N2., Toktamysov M.A. 3


1College of Medicine, __

2Regional Clinical Hospital, __

3Regional Polyclinic, __

  1. Manuscripts of articles containing original research must necessarily have the following sections “Introduction”, “Purpose of research”, “Research methods”, “Research results”, “Discussion of results and conclusion”.
  • The introduction formulates the prerequisites for the study, the essence and significance of the problem, formulates the research question;
  • The purpose of the study is formulated at the end of the introduction;
  • The research methods present the type/design of the study (observational, experimental, qualitative, literature review, etc.); selection of the target population for the study, the type of sample (randomized, cluster, target, etc.) with a description of the randomization procedure (if any), it is welcome to bring the calculation of the sample size; describes the methods of measurement; statistical methods of data processing; compliance with ethical principles and passage of a local ethical commission;
  • The results of the study present the results of the study in the form of text, tables and / or figures; the results of statistical processing should be present in tables and figures, and numerical information should be presented not only in the form of derived values (for example, percentages), but also in the form of absolute values on the basis of which these derivatives were calculated;
  • In the discussion of the results, the results obtained are discussed from the position of a critical description of the shortcomings and assumptions of the study, the strengths of the study are reflected, a comparison with the literature data is given, the possible mechanisms of the research results are explained, the possibilities and limitations of the application of the study are discussed, the formulation of new hypotheses (if they arise).
  1. It is strongly recommended that when writing articles containing the results of your own research, be guided by the “Uniform Standards for the Presentation of Research Results of the CONSORT Expert Group  (http://www.consort-statement.org)
  2. Review articles are structured at the request of the authors. In the literature review, authors should include a section describing the methods that were used in the search, selection and generalization of data.  It is strongly recommended that prisma guidelines  on recommended reporting elements for systematic review andmeta-analysis (http://prisma-statement.org) be used when preparing review articles.
  3. When preparing articles describing clinical observations, it is strongly recommended to use the CARE guidelines for the design of clinical cases (http://www.care-statement.org).
  4. When preparing articles with observational epidemiological studies, it is strongly recommended to use the STROBE guidelines  (https://strobe-statement.org).
  5. Tables and figures are numbered sequentially in accordance with the first mention of them in the text, should be cited in the text, placed on separate pages at the end of the article.
  6. Tables are formatted to fit the width of the page. The name of the table is placed on top in lowercase letters, italics, the text is left-aligned without paragraph indentation. Arbitrary abbreviations of words in tables are not allowed, abbreviations adopted throughout the text of the article can be used, while at the bottom of the table a note about abbreviations is given.
  7. The list of references is a mandatory part of any article and must contain publications for the last 5 years, with the exception of fundamental works. Where possible, authors should cite original research rather than review articles. The list of references should reflect an adequate reflection of the study of the need to conduct a study and discuss its results with the data of world literature according to the subject of the article, including domestic and foreign sources. Articles without an article list of references are not accepted for consideration by the editorial board.
  8. Bibliographic references in the text are numbered in the order of mention in Arabic numerals in [ ] brackets. The list of references is drawn up in accordance with the requirements of GOST 7.1-2003 “Bibliographic record. Bibliographic description. General requirements and rules of compilation”.

Examples on the design of the list of references:

Surname I.O.  Title of the article // Name of the journal. – Year of publication.- Volume, No. H.- S. XX-XX.

Surname I.O. Title of the book. – Edition X. – City: Publishing House, Year of Publication.- XX p.

  1. Each article is accompanied by a summary in Russian and Kazakh languages ranging from 150 to 250 words. For articles containing original research, the summary should be structured and should necessarily contain sections: “Introduction”, “Purpose of the study”, “Research methods”, “Research results”, “Discussion of the results and conclusion”. The summary should be sufficiently complete, reflecting the essential facts thatthe reader understood the essence of the study. Since it is the summary of the article that is the main source of information in domestic and foreign information  Systems and databases, the quality of the resume is of paramount importance
  2. Each article is accompanied by 3-6 keywords (the most significant words for which you can search the article).