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Referencing - Nursing

Referencing for Nursing

The Harvard or author-date system of referencing is one of the commonly used systems, but there are several versions which differ slightly from one another. The School of Nursing has its own version of Harvard, and details can be found in the School Academic Manual - available through MyUni. There's also a copy of the chapter below:

Other Referencing Styles:

If the links below don't solve your problem, the University's Writing Centre can provide additional help.

Most journals will provide instructions to authors, and this will include length and type of paper which will be considered, as well as details of style required.

Previously Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals were also referred to as the Vancouver Guidelines.

Key resources

Key resources: