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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • I assure you that the submitted manuscript does not contain any identifying data of the authors and I have followed the instructions available in the Peer Blind Review.

  • I hereby declare that the article which is being submitted to the Millenium Journal, and which is identified above, is original and that it hasn’t yet been published in any other place. I can also assure that this article won’t be published afterwards, in the same form or in another language.

  • I declare that the article is in agreement with the citation process recommended by the Millenium Journal and does not contain any plagiarism

  • I declare that the article respects the ethical procedures regarding the elaboration and publication of scientific works and doesn’t violate the copyrights current legislation

  • I declare that there is no conflict of interests whatsoever and that all the support received is documented in the article

  • I declare that I submit the article in English, Portuguese or Spanish, and in the case of being in Portuguese or Spanish I accept to translate it into , A level English

  • I give my consent to the indexing of the article in national or international databases networks to which the Millenium Journal is or may be indexed. 

  • I declare that I’m responsible, as are the article’s other authors, for any violation of the above principles or any others that might affect the Journal’s reputation and the scientific community’s rigour principles

Author Guidelines

The journal, which will be 20 years old in 2016, welcomes the cooperation of anyone who is interested in participating and constantly accepts any proposal for the submission of articles. The authors may submit their texts for publication on the Millenium’s website. They have, nonetheless, to respect the cooperation indications and the rules and standards set for the presentation, available on the journal’s website.

1 - An article which is submitted to be published has to be original, it mustn’t have been published elsewhere before and the main author/correspondent has to inform the journal of any previous publication of the said article in any other medium and to inform if its publication somewhere else had been accepted.

2 – When submitting the text to be published, the authors must confirm and explicitly declare that the articles are original and totally or partially unpublished and that they authorize their publication in the journal. They should also declare that those articles won’t be published afterwards under the same form or in any other language without the journal’s prior consent.

3 – When the authors (to a maximum of 6) submit an article to be published in the Journal, they become legally responsible for ensuring that their work does not violate the copyright laws, and they are also responsible for observing the Ethical Rules that may be applied to scientific work and to the publication, releasing the journal from any legal responsibility.

4 – The responsibility for obtaining the competent authorization to publish texts, images or any other material subject to copyright laws rests solely with the authors.

5 – The contents of the texts and the opinions, ideas and concepts that are expressed in the published articles are their authors’ sole responsibility, and they do not necessarily reflect the Journal Editorial Team’s points of view.

6 – The title, in Portuguese, English and Spanish, should include a maximum of 15 words or 140 characters including spaces and does not contain abbreviations, acronyms or the geographical location of the research.

7 - The abstract is written in Portuguese (resumo), English (abstract) and Spanish (resumen), with a maximum of 230 words or 1500 characters, including spaces, and should respect the structure and description regarding the type of article: Theoretical Article/(TA/E) Essay; Research Article (RA); Systematic Review Article (SRA); Historical Research Article (HRA), Clinical Case and others.

8 - The keywords (descriptors) are five, at most, written in Portuguese (descritores), English (descriptors) and Spanish (descriptores), separated by semi-colons (";") and using, whenever possible, standard descriptors from the various areas of knowledge.  In the health area, extracted from the DeCS vocabulary (Descriptors in Health Sciences - research at ) or MeSH (Medical Subject Headings - research at

9 - The full article text has a maximum of 40 thousand characters (including spaces, bibliographical references, tables, graphs and figures), does not present bold, underlined, colored backgrounds or footnotes, respects the spelling of the spelling agreement and does not present semantic or morphological errors. In the case of statistical data, the separation of decimal places is made with a full stop in the case of English and with a comma in the case of Portuguese. The text is formatted in Microsoft Word or Word compatible (must not exceed 2MB), Calibri size 10 with 1.5 spacing, single column A4 page, left aligned and of 2.5cm margins.

10 - In tables and figures the description of data/results is clear, preceded by the respective table/figure. The maximum number of graphic objects (tables, figures and diagrams) is seven, numbered in order of inclusion in the text. The tables display the title above with dimensions of 7.5 or 15.5cm and the figures have the title below in 8-point font size. The format of the symbols and statistical language must follow conventional guidelines. The figures are legible and its source is cited (the format must be in JPG, TIF, PNG or GIF and their resolution should be 600 pixel or greater, with a width of 7.5 or 15.5cm). It is suggested that figures/graphs be developed and formatted in formats compatible with Microsoft Excel or PowerPoint.

11 - The authors must fully respect the APA (2020, 7th edition) citation and formatting standards. The bibliographic references (25 maximum) should be representative of the scientific evidence produced and indexed in the last 5 years (80%) or over 6 years (20%).

12 – The articles must be submitted in English, with an optional Portuguese or Spanish initial version to be submitted for a bilingual edition of the journal. The title, abstract and keywords/descriptors must always be presented in those three languages (English, Portuguese and Spanish). As soon as the article’s publication in the Millenium Journal is accepted, the articles written in Portuguese or in Spanish must be translated into A level English by the authors. The translation certification must be assured by the authors, and submitted within the previously set deadline.

13 – The articles must be submitted through the Millenium’s website, without any cost or fees of any kind to the author. The submission of the articles is subject to the author’s prior registration. In this registration, all the form fields have to be filled: author(s) name(s), e-mail(s), country(ies), ORCIDs iDs, complete affiliation(s) (three hierarchical levels - such as: department/research institute, college, university).

14 – The submitted files will have to respect the Microsoft Word, Open Office or RTF formats.

15 – All the submitted articles have to respect the current publication policy, which is available on the Millenium website. The articles that do not comply with the journal’s publication policy will be immediately turned down and won’t even go through the proofreading/reviewing process.

16 – The implementation of the submission process requires the authors to follow all the on-line submission steps and to upload their integral and anonymous texts. Support documents are available on the Millenium website.

17 – The texts that were approved and that, because of space or time limitations, did not get the chance to be published in the latest journal edition will be published in the following edition/s.

Authors are encouraged to use the Standard Reporting Guidelines in preparing manuscripts. According to the type of study, you can use the following links:

Type of study


Clinical Trials




Systematic reviews and meta-analysis on clinical trials


Meta-analysis of observational studies


Diagnostic accuracy


Qualitative research



See here…

Accepted citations examples


Journal article

Castro, R. R. T., Neto, J. G. da S., Alves, L. de S. M., Moreno, A. M., Orsini, M., & Castro, R. R. T. de. (2021). Infrared thermography for risk reduction of nosocomial cross infections during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Potential application in healthcare facilities. Millenium - Journal of Education, Technologies, and Health, 14, 11–19.


Liora Bresler. (2007). International Handbook of Research in Arts Education (Issue v. 16). Springer.

Book section

Rhodes, R. A. W. (2007). Blair and governance. In R. Koch & J. Dixon (Eds.), Public governance and leadership (pp. 95-116). DUV. 5


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