Commentaries are short articles that describe an author’s personal experience with a specific topic. The subject might be controversial, and the author provides other existing viewpoints before presenting his/her perspective. A commentary should draw attention to current advances and speculate on future directions of a certain topic and should include original data as well as state a personal opinion. If a commentary is critical of an article published in the journal, it is important to maintain a respectful tone that is critical of ideas or conclusions but not of authors. The commentaries are subjected to editorial check and peer review process. Only one author will be given credit for commentary.
Commentaries shall not have abstracts.
The main manuscript shall have a detail description of no more than 1000 words. Limit the references to less than 10. Figures, tables, subheadings are not allowed in the commentaries.
The detail description of commentary should encompass a critical challenge tone or more aspects of the focal article, arguing for a position other than that taken in the focal article.
An elaboration or extension of the position taken in the focal article, basically sympathetic to the position taken in the focal article but pushing the argument further.
An application of a theoretical or methodological perspective that sheds light on the issues addressed in the focal article. A reflection on the writer’s experiences in applying the issues addressed in the focal article, in particular health and well-being settings.
A declarations section (with the following subheadings: Conflict of interest, Acknowledgments) shall be placed before the References section.