Identification details should be omitted if they are not essential. However, complete anonymity is difficult to obtain and, when in doubt, informed consent should be obtained. For example, masking the eye area in patient photos is insufficient protection of anonymity. If identifying characteristics are changed to protect anonymity, for example. B in genetic family trees, authors must be sure that the changes do not distort scientific significance, and publishers must take this into account. Archives of Medicine and Health Sciences (AMHS, Print ISSN 2321-4848) is an international open access journal dedicated to the publication of outstanding scientific peer review articles to promote education, research and professionalism in the fields of internal medicine, clinical and related health sciences, including nursing, physiotherapy, dentistry and medical education. The philosophy of AMHS is to provide free and open online services, as research networks should be transparent in the global research community, without barriers or discrimination. Its main objective is to reflect multidisciplinary scientific research and cooperation between Indian academics, educators, clinicians and researchers, as well as the international medical community. In order to ensure international relevance, maintain high quality and ensure a rigorous peer review process, AMHS has AMHS Board members who are experts from around the world in their respective specialties. Editorial content includes guest editorials, original research articles, reviews, case reports and short releases, special articles, articles on medical education, articles on the history of medicine, doctrinal images and letters to readers. The AMHS is published every six months in June and December. Documents from other sources must be accompanied by a written statement from both the author and the publisher authorizing the journal to reproduce them. References must be written in Vancouver style.

The style for all types of references is indicated in the «Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals» on the website of the International Committee of Medical Journal Publishers. www.icmje.org Sometimes references to websites should appear directly in the text and not in the bibliography. See instructions for authors of the Medical Research Archives. Revised manuscripts are evaluated on the relevance of responses to suggestions and criticisms made during the first check. All accepted manuscripts are subject to the processing of scientific precision and clarity by the publisher`s office. If the manuscripts are deemed suitable for publication, a letter of admission is issued to the author. No article is rejected unless similar comments come from at least two experts This example shows the general structure used for government reports, technical reports and scientific reports. If you can`t find the report number, it may be best to cite the report as a book. For reports, it is usually not individuals who are cited as authors, but a department or government authority such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration or the National Cancer Institute.

The Journal of Medical Sciences follows the uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to Biomedical Journals, as approved by the International Committee of Medical Journal Publishers, updated in October 2004 and available at www:icmje.org. . . .