Thematic Tracks

For the articles to be published by the journals of the institutes belonging to the NETWORK indexed in Latindex Catalog 2.0 and that respond to the following lines, they will follow the guidelines indicated below:

 

Disruptive education and substantive processes

– ICT for education
– Educational models
– Educational management
– E-learning
– Virtual learning environments

Economy, work and society

– Economics and Management
– Quality management
– Economic Models
– Business Administration

Health and Human Welfare.

– Educational management, educational models, and new teaching-learning processes applied to the fields and areas of: Public Health, Nursing, Pharmacy, Comprehensive Care for the Elderly, Gerontology, Medical Emergencies, Imaging and Radiology, Clinical Laboratory, Optometry, Podiatry, Physical Rehabilitation, Trichology and Cosmiatry.

Guidelines

– All papers submitted to the congress must comply with the characteristics of a scientific research:
– Be original, unpublished and relevant
– Address issues that respond to current problems and needs.
– Contribute to the development of scientific knowledge related to thematic lines.
– Use appropriate, clear, precise and understandable language.
– Not have been published in any media, nor be in the process of refereeing or publication.
– Submissions should not be written to promote a particular product, service or company, but rather to provide valuable information on techniques. Submissions written for commercial or private gain will not be accepted.

Authors should consider the following requirements:

Paper format

Articles should be formatted according to the format of the RED Journals indexed in Latindex Catalog 2.0 and should be between 10 and 20 pages (including figures and references).
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Title

Should be expressed in 15 words that describe the content of the article clearly, accurately and concisely. It must be in initial capital letter and lowercase bold and centered.

Authors

maximum 4 and include the institution or institutions of origin of each author, as well as the city, country, and ORCID number of each author (do not use abbreviations of the institution, use full name).
Under authors place Address for correspondence.

Summary

Include a structured abstract between 150 and 300 words that quickly and accurately identifies the basic content of the article. It is written in PAST. In the case of the abstract, the use of automatic translators will not be accepted.
The summary should:
– State the main objectives and scope of the research.
– Describe the methodology used.
– Summarize the results.
– Generalize with the main conclusions.

Key words in Spanish and English (key words) maximum 5

Introduction

The introduction informs four very important elements of the research: the purpose, the justification that explains the importance, the current knowledge of the topic and the formulation of the problem. It describes the interest in the topic that has been chosen, and its importance in the scientific context of the moment. It is written in the PRESENT tense.

Theoretical Framework

The theoretical framework is presented succinctly. It is necessary to use bibliographic citations, as well as the most significant and current literature on the subject at national and international level (a minimum of 10 bibliographic references is accepted; there is no maximum limit). All cited authors must appear in the list of references at the end of the article. It is written IN PRESENT.

Materials and Methods

This section describes the steps followed and the instruments used to arrive at the results. Describe the research design and explain how it was carried out, justifying the choice of methods and techniques used.
Present the description according to the sequence followed by the research: design, population and sample, variables, data collection, analysis, etc.

It should be organized in five areas:

Design: the design of the experiment is described (randomized, controlled, case-control, clinical trial, prospective, etc.).

Population: on which the study was conducted. Describes the sample frame and how it was selected.

Setting: indicates where the study was conducted (hospital, university, school, etc.).

Interventions: describes the techniques, treatments (always use generic names), measurements and units, pilot tests, apparatus and technology, etc.

Statistical analysis: it indicates the statistical methods used and how the data were analyzed. MUST BE WRITTEN IN THE PAST TENSE.

Results and Discussion

They can go together or separately. Tables and/or figures, if applicable, should be included, and the author should indicate their location in parentheses. The discussion should end with a commentary highlighting the importance of the results obtained.

Results

Include tables and figures that clearly express the results of the study carried out by the researcher.
The results should fulfill two functions:
1) To express the results of the experiments described in the Material and Methods.
2) To present the evidence supporting such results, either in the form of figures, tables or in the text itself.
The first paragraph of this text should be used to summarize in a concise, clear and direct sentence, the main finding of the study. This section should be written using PAST TENSE VERBS.

Discussion

In this section the results obtained are interpreted; pointing out their importance and indicating their theoretical and/or practical implications.

– The results are related to the objectives, questions and hypotheses that guided the conduct of the research.
– The results are contextualized with respect to previous knowledge and research on the subject.
Write this section in the PRESENT tense.

Conclusions

Conclusions synthesize the author’s knowledge contribution to the world. They are theoretical generalizations about the research process. They objectively expose the results and findings; they offer a vision of the implications of the work, the limitations, the tentative answer to the problem, the relations with the objective of the research and the possible lines of continuity (to fulfill this objective, it is suggested not to include all the results obtained in the research).

References

Only cite in the list of references those authors used in the work. All the authors referenced in the work must coincide with the list of references, DO NOT INCLUDE OTHER AUTHORS. For references to numbers and volumes of any publication it is necessary to use Arabic numerals and not Roman numerals. Please follow the APA 7th edition format (https://apastyle.apa.org/products/publication-manual-7th-edition) for proper documentation of sources and your reference list.

Submit your research paper until July 15, 2024, through the following platform:

All technical articles must be uploaded to the SCOPUS platform.

All humanistic articles must be uploaded to the LATINDEX 2.0 platform.