Научно-практический рецензируемый журнал
"Современные проблемы здравоохранения
и медицинской статистики"
Scientific journal «Current problems of health care and medical statistics»

Диагностика и профилактика преждевременного старения

Rules for authors

Guidelines for Manuscripts

1. The article should be printed on an A4 sheet, all margins 2 cm, font 12, line spacing 1.5. Automatic hyphenation is not allowed!


2. The first line indicates the UDC.

Font: bold.

Alignment: left.

3. On the second line the title of the article is written in capital letters, in bold (ANALYSIS OF MORBIDITY FROM.....). There is no period at the end!!!

Text is aligned with a left margin.

4. On the third line, the initials and surnames of the authors are indicated separated by a comma (note that the initials are written before the surnames). If the authors work in different organizations, the surname is followed by a number in the order of the superscript (P.S. Ivanov1). If all authors work for the same organization, no superscript numbering is used!

Font: bold italics.

Alignment: left.

5. The fourth line shows the authors' place of work and city. Each place of work starts on a new line. The title of the organization will be preceded by a superscript (1FGBU Central Scientific Research Institute of Health Organization and Informatization, Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, Moscow), if more than one place of work is underlined. The country is not indicated. Please note that the name of the organization should be indicated as in the statutory and registration documents. In case of mismatch the article will be rejected!!!!

Font: italics.

Alignment: left.



UDC 612.79; 615.37





А.Н. Ильницкий1,2, Т.В. Куксова 3, Е.А. Воронина 4, Л.В. Титарева 5, К.А. Бочарова 6


1 Академия постдипломного образования ФГБУ ФНКЦ ФМБА России, г. Москва

2 АНО НИМЦ «Геронтология», г. Москва.

3 ФГОУ ВО «Воронежский Государственный Медицинский Университет им. Н.Н. Бурденко», г. Воронеж

4Департамент социальной защиты населения Кемеровской области, г. Кемерово

5 ФГОУ ВО «Курский государственный медицинский университет», г. Курск

6ФГАОУ ВО «Белгородский государственный национальный исследовательский университет», г. Белгород


6. Next, write a structured summary of the article. The abstract should be 250-350 words.

A structured abstract should briefly summarize all sections of the article: introduction, purpose, materials and methods, results and discussion, conclusion or inferences.

Font: bold.

Alignment: by width.


Introduction (relevance).......


Materials and methods................



Inferences (conclusion).................

7. Key words (at least 3-5) should follow the summary.

Keywords: morbidity, general practitioner, etc.

Alignment: by width.

9. Then paragraphs 3-7 are repeated in English only.



A. N. Ilnitskiy1, 2, T. V. Kuksova 3, E. A. Voronina 4, L.V. Titareva 5, K.A. Bocharova 6


1 Academy of postgraduate education of the Federal state budgetary institution "Federal scientific and clinical center of specialized types of medical care and medical technologies of the Federal medical and biological Agency", Moscow

2 Autonomous non-profit Organization research Medical center Gerontology, Moscow.

3 Voronezh State Medical University. N. N. Burdenko, Voronezh

4 Department of social protection of the population of the Kemerovo region, Kemerovo

5 Kursk state medical University, Kursk

6 Belgorod state national research University, Belgorod


10. Then comes the text of the article. The article should contain the following sections: introduction (relevance), purpose, materials and methods, results, discussion, conclusion or inferences, references.

Font size of the article is 12, line spacing - 1.5. Alignment: by width. No hyphenation.

11. List of references is drawn up in the order of citation. Alignment: by width.

1) The number of works cited: in original articles and lectures is allowed up to 30, but not less than 5-8, in reviews - up to 60 sources, but not less than 20.

2) In the text of an article references shall be given in square brackets in Arabic numerals. EXAMPLE: .....occurrence [1, 2, 3].

3) In the bibliographic description of each source ALL AUTHORS must be presented. If a publication has more than 4 authors, after the 3rd author must be abbreviated "..., et al" or "..., et al".

4) It is unacceptable to abbreviate the title of the article and the name of the national journal. Titles of English-language journals should be indexed according to the MedLine database title directory. If a journal is not indexed in MedLine, its full name should be indicated.

5) To describe the date of publication, volume, journal number and pages on which the article is published, an abbreviated record format should be used for foreign sources and a full record format for the Russian-language part of the description of Russian-language sources.

6) Bibliographic descriptions of references to foreign sources should be made in Vancouver format in AMA version (AMA style, http://www.amamanualofstyle.com).

7) English-language part of bibliographic description of references to Russian-language sources should be given in Vancouver format in AMA version.

8) In all cases when the cited material has a Digital Object Identifier (DOI), it should be indicated at the end of the bibliographic reference. To check for a doi article, go to http://search.crossref.org/ or https://www.citethisforme.com. To retrieve the DOI, the title of the article should be entered into the search box in English. The latter site, in addition to DOI, automatically generates a properly formatted bibliographic description of the article in English in the AMA citation style. The vast majority of foreign journal articles since 2000 and many Russian-language articles (published after 2013) are registered in the CrossRef system and have a unique DOI.


Zhang M, Holman CD, Price SD. Comorbidity and repeat admission to hospital for adverse drug reactions in older adults: retrospective cohort study. The New England Journal of Medicine. 2009;338:a2752. doi: 10.1136/bmj.a2752

12. Then REFERENCES come.

Transliteration of authors' names - transliteration of article title - English translation in square brackets - transliteration of journal title - English journal title in square brackets.

NB!!!! Example of formatting


Melerzanov A.V., Gavrilov D.A. Diagnostics of skin melanoma using convolutional neural networks of deep learning. Phys. 2018;6 (1):31-33

Note that there are no slashes, but a period is put in their place.

There is no period at the end of the reference.

There are no spaces between the year, number and pages.


Melerzanov A.V., Gavrilov D.A. Diagnostika melanomy kozhi s pomoshch'yu svertochnyh nejronnyh setej glubokogo obucheniya [Diagnosis of skin melanoma using convolutional neural networks of deep learning]. Vrach [Doctor]. 2018; 6: 31-33 (In Russian)

The Russian-language literature should be formatted:

Transliteration of the Russian-language citation, and the title of the article and the name of the journal in square brackets indicate the translation into English. In brackets is indicated (In Russian).

There is no period at the end of the reference.

English-language literature is not transliterated.


13. 13. The list of references should be followed by an indication of research funding or its absence and the absence or presence of a conflict of interest.

Funding. The study was not sponsored.

Conflict of interest. The authors declare no conflict of interest.

Acknowledgments. The study did not have sponsorship.

Conflict of interests. The authors declare no conflict of interest.


14. Information about the authors: surname, first name, patronymic in full - academic degree and rank, position, place of work in full (example: FGBU "Central-.....". Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation (in nominative case)), address and postal code, e-mail, ORCID, SPIN-code.

MUST (!), SPIN-code (according to RSCI), ORCID (ORCID:0000-0003-2124-86563).



Dr. Vasily Lyutsko - MD, PhD, associate professor, senior researcher at Federal State Budgetary Institution "Federal Research Institute of Health Care Organization and Informatization" Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, 11, Dobrolyubova str. 127254, Moscow, Russia, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.,

ORCID 0000-0003-2114-8613; SPIN: 6870-7472;


If the author has a second job, it is listed after the address of the first job in the same style, separated by a semicolon;


Lyutsko Vasily Vasilievich - MD, PhD, associate professor, chief researcher of Federal State Budgetary Institution "Central Research Institute of Organization and Informatization of Healthcare" Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, 127254, Russia, Moscow, 11 Dobrolyubova str.; professor of Department of Therapy, Geriatrics and Anti-Aging Medicine of Academy of Postgraduate Education FGBU FNCTS FMBA Russia, 125371, Moscow, Volokolamskoe sh, 91, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., ORCID 0000-0003-2114-8613; SPIN: 6870-7472

15. Information about the authors in English: About the authors

The name of the organization in English should be given as in the statutes or registration documents. If there is no name in English in the statutory or registration documents, the name is given as it appears on the organization’s website. No loose translation is allowed!

16. Formatting of tables.

All tables must have a numbered header (aligned to the right edge) and clearly marked columns which are easy to read. Data in tables must correspond to the text but must not duplicate the information presented in it. References to tables in the text are mandatory. After the title of the table it is compulsory to indicate the unit of measurement in which the data are presented.

Table 1

Name ....( per 100000 of eligible population)


Primary morbidity, per 100,000 of relevant population

Total morbidity, per 100,000 of relevant population

Russian Federation



Moscow Region




17. The design of figures and illustrations.

The volume of graphic material is minimal (except for works, where it is justified by the nature of the research). Each figure should be accompanied by a numbered caption (aligned by width). References to figures in the text are mandatory. After title of figure it is obligatory to indicate a unit of measure in which data are presented.


Figure 1. title.......( per 100000 of relevant population)


- Illustrations (charts, diagrams, schemes, sketches), drawn in MS Office, should be contrasting and clear. Illustrations should be made in a separate file and saved as an image (in *.jpeg, *.bmp, *.gif formats), and then be placed in the manuscript file as a fixed figure. MS WORD should not be used to add any elements (arrows, captions) over the figure inserted in the manuscript file in view of the great risk of their loss on the stages of editing and layout.

- Photographs, screenshots and other non-painted illustrations should not only be inserted in the text of the manuscript, but also uploaded separately in a special section of the submission form in the form of *.jpeg, *.bmp, *.gif files (*.doc and *.docx if additional markings are put on the image). Image resolution should be >300 dpi. The image files must be named according to the figure number in the text. In the description of the file, a separate caption should be given that corresponds to the title of the figure in the text (for example: Fig. 1. Sechenov Ivan Mikhailovich).

If the manuscript contains figures previously published in other journals (even if their elements have been translated from foreign languages into Russian), the author should grant the permission of the copyright holder to publish this figure in the journal, otherwise it will be considered plagiarism.

If the pictures are not inserted according to the above requirements, the article is rejected!!!



Manuscripts that do not comply with the rules of the journal will not be accepted for consideration and will not be returned.