Guidelines for the Authors

While preparing the article, the editing requirements should be followed. The article text (MS Word, written in English ) together with figures, references and abstracts should contain between 20 000 and 30 000 signs, space characters included (½–¾ of the publisher’s sheet). Articles that do not meet the formal requirements will not be accepted for the publishing process.


When submitting an article, the authors confirm that it has not been published before and has not been submitted for reviewing/publishing in another scientific journal.


The editorial board informs that the actions related to any scientific unreliability (ghostwriting and guest authorship) will be revealed and documented. Ghostwriting means omitting a scientific article of a person who has significantly contributed to the publication. An example of ghostwriting is also not mentioning this person in acknowledgements. Guest authorship, also referred to as honorary authorship, refers to a situation when a given person has not considerably contributed to an article or his/her contribution has been equal to zero, yet this person appears as an author/co-author of an article. In order to avoid such unreliable procedures, the editorial board asks for specifying the contribution of particular authors to writing an article. It is necessary to include the information about the co-authors’ affiliation, the authorship of the concept, rules and methodology used in an article.


While preparing the manuscript Authors should follow the guidelines enclosed in the file: Guidelines for the Authors.


Articles should be submitted by e-mail to the following address: or