Rules for authors

Articles must have the following aspects, in this order:

  • Name and Last name of the author or authors.
  • Title: It must not have more the 65 characters including the spaces. It must not include acronyms or abbreviations, preferably in questions format, although you can used other variants.
  • General Abstract: With a top of 250 characters. It must have the most relevant aspects of the article.
  • Abstract for Google: 157 characters including spaces.
  • Tags: minimum 3, maximum 5. They are words related with the publication. 
  • Objectives. 
  • Article text.  
  • Consulted bibliography.

About article specifics

This one analyzes, synthesizes, makes valuations and comments, it can be done from several authors texts. The article includes several edges of a certain topic, or it focuses in just one aspect of the topic.

As example, in the case of Arterial Hypertension, you can include different subtopics (actual dimension of the problem, epidemiology, concept, causes, clinic manifestations, treatment, adherence to treatment, prevention, etc.). You can focus it from just one aspect (such as, arterial hypertension prevention), too; this doesn't exclude that you can do short references to some of the others aspects mentioned, but the most important part of the work is the prevention. 

You must take into account that according to the web site objective and the target public, it does not constitute in any case a systematic review. This means that it is not a deep and complex review. You will write it as a comment, with a colloquial, direct and simple style. You will avoid the excessive use technicalities, and in case that they will be necessary, you must explain the terms that can cause confusion. 


No less than 1000 words and no more than 1500, without count the bibliographic references. (They will be between 3 and 5).


The document presented must have the following characteristics:

  • Clarity and coherence in redaction, syntax and orthography.
  • You will describe the meaning of abbreviations, acronyms and symbols used. 
  • It is recommended use just abbreviations that facilitate the text reading. 
  • Paragraphs must not have more than 12 lines.
  • Do not use large sentences.
  • Avoid the excessive use of subordinate sentences.
  • Avoid the use of gerunds.


The structure is divided in three known parts:

  • Introduction.
  • Development.
  • Conclusions. 

  • Introduction:

It presents short, clear and appropriate antecedents. It fundaments the topic importance and how it affects people; it must define the objectives and be coherent with the title. It does not constitute a paragraph that is signposted. Introduction must be contained in the first two or three paragraphs of the work. 

  • Developmnet: 

In the development must appear interesting aspects, with thematic subtitles that author consider necessary. Exposition in line with the objectives of the work. You can use pictures, figures, infographics that highlight relevant aspects, without falling into repetition of information.  Avoid the use of tables.

  • Conclusiones:

You must conclude doing a short resume about the most significant of the topic, answering qualitatively to the objective of the work. Expose clear conclusions, but without numeration, rather redacted, with the same style of the rest of the work. It must include guiding messages for readers in a nice form. You must think that you are talking with a person, as you will with a patient in a consultation. 

Regarding the objectives and the consulted bibliography 

The objective and bibliographic references will not appear in the publication.

Objectives: They must be between 3 and 5. Redacted with infinitive verbs. They will be written after the tags. 

Consulted bibliography: (minimum 2, maximum 4). They must be actual and from academic sites. We do not require referencing the bibliography according to a specific method. The reference must have author or authors, title of the work, where it was published, and the year.

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