Medical Journal of Indonesia publishes peer reviewed articles in basic medical research, clinical research, community research, case report/series, review article, and brief communication. All of the manuscripts must be submitted through online submission and go through peer review process as mentioned in another section. This journal also has other sections such as, editorial, correspondence, and commentary which are not peer-reviewed.
This section is limited to MJI editors, which covers relevant issues, changes or news regarding the journal and its editorial management, content or policies. Editorial section is not peer-reviewed.
This section comprises of basic medical research, clinical research, and community research. This includes typical original articles, systematic reviews, and meta-analyses. It is open for submission and will be peer reviewed. Basic medical research covers in vitro research or animal studies. Clinical Research covers studies done in human subjects. Community Research covers studies done in the community and related to health policy.
Case Report / Series
This section is open for submission and will be peer-reviewed. This covers case report and case series. A case report should be interesting and described in detail of a single case including sufficient follow-up. Case series should consist of equal or more than 3 cases and have ethical clearance. It is a descriptive study, which can be retrospective or prospective. It may also provide some statistical analysis, but avoid conclusion based on the statistical analysis.
This section is open for submission and will be peer-reviewed. It includes narrative reviews that have novelty in a medical field.
This section is open for submission and will be peer-reviewed. It reports a concise study of high quality and broad interest. It includes preliminary reports and manuscript that do not cover the above categories but have an important impact on medical research and health policy. It should be approximately 2000 words.
This section is open for submission. It provides a comment and substantial re-analysis of a previously published article in Medical Journal of Indonesia. The commented article should be from the four latest issue, but the decision to publish it depended on editorial decision. It is limited to one topic and may be peer-reviewed at the editorâs discretion. It should be approximately not more than 750 words with 5 references. There should be no more than three authors.
This section is by invitation only, but may be peer-reviewed at the editorâs discretion. It is concise, but allows expert in their field to showcase their opinions or solutions for the invited topic.