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NUR 3203 - Transition to BSN Role

Website URLs no longer need to be preceded with “Retrieved from” unless there is also a retrieval date needed.

6th Edition: 

Weintraub, K. (2019, November 19). She takes a hands-on approach to health care. Retrieved from The New York Times website:                    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/19/health/sheila-davis-health-care-access.html

 

7th Edition:

Weintraub, K. (2019, November 19). She takes a hands-on approach to health care. The New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/19/health/sheila-davis-health-care-access.html

 

eBooks no longer require the type of eBook to be listed (e.g. PDF, Kindle etc.) if they have a DOI.

6th Edition: 

Rowold, K. (2010). The Educated Woman: Minds, bodies, and women's higher education in Britain, Germany, and Spain, 1865-1914 [PDF]. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203860939

 

7th Edition: 

Rowold, K. (2010). The Educated Woman: Minds, bodies, and women's higher education in Britain, Germany, and Spain, 1865-1914. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203860939

 

Journal DOIs are now displayed as a doi.org URL instead of with the “DOI:” prefix.

6th Edition: 

Patel, V., & Jenkins, R. (2012). Putting evidence into practice: the PLoS Medicine series on global mental health practice. PLoS Medicine, 9(5), 44. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001226

 

7th Edition: 

Patel, V., & Jenkins, R. (2012). Putting evidence into practice: the PLoS Medicine series on global mental health practice. PLoS Medicine, 9(5), 44. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1001226

 

The publisher location is no longer required for books or similar mediums.

6th Edition: 

Alcott, L.M. (2001). Little Women (pp. 23–24). New York: Puffin Books

 

7th Edition: 

Alcott, L.M. (2001). Little Women (pp. 23–24). Puffin Books

 

Up to 20 authors can now be included in a reference list entry before needing to omit others with an ellipsis. Previously, only six would be displayed before omitting the rest with an ellipsis.

6th Edition: 

Walton, E., Brady, J., Cunningham, S., Davis, L., Deweese, E., … Whitaker, N. (2019) Title…

 

7th Edition: 

Walton, E., Brady, J., Cunningham, S., Davis, L., Deweese, E., Helton, D., Henry, G., Huff, C., Kluthe, M., Kromrie, S., Mantonya, D., Rose, C., Stuart, L., Wallenbeck, R., Weldon, L., Walton, E., Brady, J., Cunningham, S., Davis, L., …Whitaker, N. (2019) Title…

As for in-text citations, any reference with more than three authors can now be shortened to the first author and et al. Previously only references with six or more would be shortened this way.

6th Edition: 

It has been shown that medical specialist librarians are instrumental to their programs but can feel isolated and overworked (Dexter, Muellenbach, Lorbeer, Rand, Wilcox, Long, 2019)

 

7th Edition: 

It has been shown that medical specialist librarians are instrumental to their programs but can feel isolated and overworked (Dexter et al., 2019)