Author Guidelines



Strada Journal of Pharmacy (SJP) abbreviated Strada J. Pharm., firstly published in 2019, published every six months, open access, peer-reviewed, and online Strada Journal of Pharmacy. Strada J. Pharm. aims to serve the updated scientific knowledge for international researchers in pharmaceutical fields.

Strada J. Pharm. is indexed in Google Scholar, Index Copernicus, GetCITED, Genamics Journal Seek New Jersey USA, Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research (GFMER), Pharmaceutical Sciences Open Access Resources (PSOAR), International Pharmaceutical Abstracts (IPA), Inherent Digital Library UGM, WorldCat, Virtual Library (Pharmacy Page), EBSCO Publishing Database, CAB International, Socolar, SCIRUS Elsevier, Indonesian Scientific Journal Database (ISJD), DOAJ and being processed to be indexed in Academic Journal Database, ISI Thompson, Biological abstract. The journal is under processing to indexed in Scopus.

Strada J. Pharm receives the publication article about research results, surveys, and literature reviews which is closely related to the field of pharmacy and health and accepts review articles, original research articles and short communications only in English. The journal includes various fields of pharmaceuticals sciences such as Pharmacology and Toxicology, Pharmacokinetics, Community and Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Biology, Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Technology, Biopharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology, Regulatory Affairs and Pharmaceutical Marketing Research, and Alternative Medicines. Peer-review system has been used in the selection of papers. The article published is the result of selection that has been approved by Editors Board. It also has never appeared in another publication.




The article is written in English and compiled systematically. Original research articles – original research papers which have not been published previously and should not exceed 3000 words (including allowance for no more than 6 tables and figures or other illustrations). Review articles – will be taken into account for publication in the field of the journal’s scope. The review should not exceed 5000 words (including allowance for no more than 6 tables and figures or other illustrations). Short communications – Short communications of up to 1500 words, describing work that may be of a preliminary nature but which merits immediate publication. The manuscripts should be divided into the following sections:

(a) An abstract (200 - 300 words) embodying the main conclusion and giving the essential information and accompanied with 3 -5 key words

(b) Introduction – should give the research objective and a brief statement of previous relevant work with references;

(c) Material and Methods

(d) Results and Discussion

(e) Conclusion

(f) Acknowledgement

(g) References

The article is written in English with Arial font number 12, double space, maximum 10 pages and with margin 4, 4, 3 and 3 from top, left, bottom and right, respectively.

All illustrations including figures, charts and graphs, must be labeled (in the bottom), numbered (1, 2, 3 etc) and supplied on separate pages from the text. The desired placement of illustrations in the text should be clearly indicated. These illustrations should be referred to and numbered serial, as figures. All illustrations should be clearly drawn in permanent ink or photographed in sharp black and white and reproduced in the form of high – contrast glossy prints or digital images and provided in camera ready form.

Reference list format is based on APA (American Psychological Association) style. Reference list should appear at the end of the article and includes only literatures actually cited in the manuscripts. Author should use reference management tool such as Mendeley, End Note and Grammarly. References are ordered alphabetically and chronologically. When writing a reference list, please use the following conventions.


For sample,

Journal article:

Kachrimanis K., Rontogianni M. Malamataris S., 2010. Simultaneous quantitative analysis of mebendazole polymorphs A–C in powder mixtures by DRIFTS spectroscopy and ANN modeling. J. Pharm. Biomed. Anal. 51: 512–520.

Wipf P., Aslan DC., Southwick EC., Lazo JS., 2001, Sulfonylated aminothiazoles as new small molecule inhibitors of protein phosphatases. Bioorg. Med. Chem. Lett., 11, 313-317

Article in Press:

Lukitaningsih E., Saadah M., Purwanto, Rohman A., 2012. Quantitative analysis of lard in lotion cosmetics formulation using FTIR spectroscopy and partial least square calibration. J. Am. Oil Chem. Soc. DOI. 10.1007/s11746-012-2052-8.

Book chapters:

Che Man YB., Syahariza ZA., Rohman A., 2010. Chapter 1. Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy: development, techniques, and application in the analyses of fats and oils, in Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy, edited by Oliver J. Ress, Nova Science Publishers, New York, USA. pp 1 – 26.

Miller JN., Miller JC. 2005. Statistics and Chemometrics for Analytical Chemistry. 5th ed. Pearson Education Limited, Edinburgh Gate Harlow, England. pp. 213 – 239.

Ritmaleni L., 2004, Application of spiro-epoxide in synthesising biologically important targets, Thesis, University of Bristol, UK

Wilson D., 20 November 1995. Summary of Citing Internet Sites. NETTRAIN Discussion List, (Online), ([email protected], accessed 22 November 1995).




Manuscripts and other communication must be directed to the editorial office of the Journal at the following address:

Fidi Setyawan, S.Farm., M.Kes., Apt.


Strada Journal of Pharmacy

IIK STRADA Indonesia, 64133.




Submission only can be done via online