Review articles should provide new knowledge, new findings, interesting articles, or analyses of various disease situations which could be applied by readers for their actual work environments. Typically, the review articles consist of abstract, introduction, searching method, content, discussion, conclusion, and updated references.
Original articles are written by the persons who conducted the research themselves, e.g. experiments, observations. Typically, the original article consists of abstract, introduction, objectives, materials and method, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgement, and references. The length of the article should not exceed 10 A4 pages.
Results of Operations
Results of Operations is an article describing the task assigned after completing the task and presented to the superiors or related agencies. Typically, the article consists of abstract, introduction, objectives, method, results, discussion, conclusion, acknowledgement, and references.
Case report is an article that reports new diseases or symptoms that have not been reported before or rarely found. It must be supported by complete and clear evidence. The article consists of disease situation, patient information, clinical note, case description, clinical course, discussion or observation, conclusion, patient consent (informed consent process), and references.
Outbreak Investigation is an epidemiological investigation report. It presents opinions, knowledge, and guidelines for disease investigation to the leadership of health and related agencies. The article consists of abstract, introduction, objectives, materials and method, outbreak investigation results, disease prevention and control activities, problems and limitations, discussion, conclusion, and references.
Articles published in the Disease Control Journal are considered as academic work, research or analysis of the personal opinion of the authors, not the opinion of the Thailand Department of Disease Control or editorial team. The authors must be responsible for their articles.
The names and email addresses entered in the Disease Control Journal will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.