Journal of Non-Communicable Diseases in Humanitarian Emergencies: Initiatives and Innovations
Instruction For Authors
Article Processing Charges
Focus and Scope
Misconduct Allegation Policy
Article Processing Charges
Focus and Scope
The journal will publish case studies, technical reports, and clinical studies that contribute to: (1) the understanding, assessment, and management of non-communicable diseases in humanitarian contexts and (2) innovative solutions to support communities experiencing man-made, natural, or complex humanitarian emergencies and in development sector for cross-learning, particularly those characterized by large population displacements. The journal will prioritize case studies and contributions from frontline workers and others working at the grass-roots level across sectors.
Priority topics for the journal include, but are not limited to:
- Success and failure case studies
- Field-based innovative experiences and initiatives
- Health impact of disasters, primary focus on NCDs
- Climate change and NCDs
- Mass emergencies, causalities, and response, especially for NCDs
- Policy and advocacy for NCDs and humanitarian response
- Screening and referral mechanisms for NCDs in emergencies
- Epidemiology of NCDs in emergencies
- Nutrition, overweight, obesity in emergencies.
- Hunger, food security, and NCDs in emergencies
- Mental disorders in emergencies
- Mental health issues in rescue workers
- Assessment, diagnosis, and management of NCDs
- NCD lifestyle risk factors within emergency-affected populations (e.g., smoking, drinking and lack of exercise)
- Development disorders in children in emergencies.
- Operational research in emergencies
- Good governance in NCD management
- Health system strengthening for NCDs in emergencies.
- Health economics for NCD in emergencies.
- Nutrition in emergencies for NCDs.
This journal follows recommendations that authorship be based on the following criteria:
- Substantial contributions to the conception or design of the work; or the acquisition, analysis, or interpretation of data for the work; AND
- Drafting the work or revising it critically for important intellectual content; AND
- Final approval of the version to be published; AND
- Agreement to be accountable for all aspects of the work in ensuring that questions related to the accuracy or integrity of any part of the work are appropriately investigated and resolved. If the article has been submitted on behalf of a consortium, all author names and affilliations should be listed at the end of the article.
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Misconduct Allegation Policy
All manuscripts are published under good faith that all rules and regulations have been complied.
In the event that a journal’s publisher or editors are made aware of any allegation of research misconduct relating to a published article in their journal, the publisher or editor shall follow COPE’s guidelines in dealing with allegations.
In case of complaint, please feel free to contact us by phone or email:
It is the policy of Advanced Research Publications not to accept any kind of duplication of submission or publication of article, plagiarism, unclear authorship.
If, after publication, any of the malpractices is proved, the article will be retracted and the author (and the co-authors if any) will be banned in further submissions.
In case of suspected plagiarism, we would contact the author. We expect a response within a given date. If no response is received within a given time frame, then the editor will contact the author’s institution for further investigation.
In case of a request to add or remove an author at any stage, authors have to provide an explanation and signed statement of agreement for the requested change from all authors listed in the article and from the author to be removed or added.
Author must attach a copy of permission to use any already published material with the manuscript.
You are welcome to submit your manuscript on our online submission system which has self-explanatory steps.
The registration and submission of manuscripts is open for all, from all corners of the world. We are using Online Journals System (OJS) for submission and publication of articles in ADR. This system facilitates communication between authors, editors and reviewers in order to ensure a transparent and rapid review process and allows submission of articles with tracking of progress till proof stage.
In order to submit your article, you need to go to website of the journal you would like to submit your article to. Click on submissions and register yourself if you are new user.
Submission Preparation Checklist
As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in Microsoft Word.
- URLs for the references have been provided.
- All illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points or given in a separate file.
- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in
The author should apply one page cover letter that:
- Concisely summarizes why your paper is a valuable addition to the scientific literature
- Specifies the type of article you are submitting (e.g., research article, systematic review)
- Gives the complete details of the corresponding author (address for correspondence, contact number in case of urgent query, email id, orcid id).
Provides all author names and affiliations (Position, Institute/ University, City, State, Country)
The length of a submitted paper should be commensurate with the importance, or appropriate to the complexity, of the work. The manuscript should have maximum 3000 words. The manuscript has to be submitted in the single column and should follow IMRAD (Introduction, Methods, Results, and Discussion).
Your manuscript should be compiled in the following order (optional):
- Materials and methods
- Sources of funding
- Conflict of interest statement
- Figures and figure legends
- Tables with caption
The title, authors, and affiliations should all be included on a title page as the first page of the manuscript file.
The title page should carry type of article (e.g. original article, case report); a concise title of the article, which is relevant and provides some information into content; all author names with complete affiliations and email ids; one corresponding author with complete affiliation, e-mail id, orcid id. Title page should list all authors in the following order:
- First names (or initials, if used),
- Middle names (or initials, if used), and
- Last names (surname, family name)
Each author should list an associated department, university, or organizational affiliation. If the article has been submitted on behalf of a consortium, all author names and affiliations should be listed at the end of the article.
This section highlights the main points of the article, outlines the results and conclusions and elucidates the significance of the results (Note that no references should be cited in the abstract). It should not exceed 250 words. Please refer: https://groups.niso.org/apps/group_public/download.php/14601/Z39-14-1997_r2015.pdf
Abstract with Compulsory Headings
Introduction or Background
Keywords: Minimum 5 to 6 keywords
The Introduction section should state what is known about the topic, what is not known and what the purpose of the study is. It should include a brief review of the key literature with reference citations.
Materials and Methods
This section briefly describes the procedures, methods of observation and analysis and apparatus to enable other researchers to reproduce the study.
Methods with Compulsory Information
Study Duration with Where the Study Takes Place
Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria
Statistical Tool Used to Analyse the Data
Ethical Approval from Appropriate Ethics Committee and Patient Consent
Result must represent sufficient experimental data to enable the experiments to be repeated. Author should present results in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures, giving the main or most important findings first with no duplicate data in graphs and tables.
Results with Compulsory Information
Present Your Results in a Sequence in the Text, Tables, and Figures, Giving the Most Important Findings First. Emphasize Only Important Observations.
All Tables and Figures should be numbered and Cited in Main Text
Results and Discussion should be separate sections in all original research articles
This section provides an assessment of the validity of results and compares the results with other researches. It also states limitations and significance of results for the further research. It should be concise. An accompanying theory and calculation section would be appropriate.Present your finding and then compare with previous but latest studies with Proper Reference Citation.
Abbreviations should be defined in parentheses the first time they appear in the abstract, main text, and in figure or table captions and used consistently thereafter.
SI Units (International System of Units) should be used.
Equations should not be used in picture format and should be editable.
This section should contain a short conclusion text summarising the key findings and highlighting their significance, and providing recommendations for further research.
This section should contain a precise and short acknowledgment for funding and support agencies as well as scientific or technical assistance (if any). Routine departmental or institutional support should not be mentioned.
Figures and Tables
All the Figures and Tables are to be numbered and should be cited in the text at their first description, e.g., Figure 1 and Tables 1 and 3. Figures and Tables should be clustered at the end of document to be submitted. Here is an example of figure with figure legend:
Figure 6 The comparison of antigenic response between smokers (a) and non-smokers (b) using GATA-3. The ELISA was repeated three times and mean ±SD was determined.
Here is an example of table caption.
Table 6. Correlations among the Proteins
Conflicts of Interest and Sources of Funding
Conflicts of interest include financial, institutional, personal and other relationships that might influence decision making. It is mandatory for authors to disclose all probable conflicts of interest in the manuscript. In case, there is no conflict of interest, this should also be clearly mentioned.
Also, author has to provide a statement of all sources of funding in the manuscript.
Conflict of interest and sources of funding should be declared before References in the manuscript.
Chicago Manual should be followed.
Style of Text Citation
References within the text should be cited as superscript numbers. Reference list should appear at the end of each manuscript. List references in the order in which they appear in the text. If there are more than six authors, name first six authors followed by et al.
Examples of References
Reference to a Journal Publication
Susan Satterfield, “Livy and the Pax Deum,” Classical Philology 111, no. 2 (April 2016): 170.
Reference to a Book:
Zadie Smith, Swing Time (New York: Penguin Press, 2016), 315–16. Kempe, C. H., &Helfer, R. E. (1980). The battered child (5th ed.). Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
Cynthia Lillian Rutz, “King Lear and Its Folktale Analogues” (PhD diss., University of Chicago, 2013), 99–100.
Manuscript Submission Checklist
2. Author names, affiliations, email ids; corresponding author’s name, current postal and e-mail addresses, orcid id and telephone and fax number
3. Category (e.g., original article, review, etc.)
4. Number of tables
5. Number of figures
6. Sources of funding
7. Conflict of interest
8. Authors undertaking and copyright