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Referencing guidance Introduction to referencing If you are new to referencing read the introduction to referencing. Note: Always try your best to find missing information, for instance, by searching online for the publishing organisation. Where it is missing, indicate that it is a deliberate omission, as in the examples below. My source doesn’t specify an author If there is no author given, use Anon. Referencing something not listed in the A-Z below If possible, try to find something similar in the A-Z and use your judgement in applying the same formatting rules. You may wish to cite a work you haven’t read that has been referred to in another work that you have read.
In these examples, the list of references would only contain the work by Rowley. Recommendation: secondary referencing should be avoided if at all possible. The author may be citing the primary reference because of their own interpretation of its relevance, possibly in quite a different context. We recommend you read the primary source for yourself to ensure its relevance to your particular purpose. Example: “Developments in information technology have a direct impact on healthcare, through decision support systems”. Paraphrasing is when you reword someone else’s written or spoken work.
You may find you need to do this when you want to express a thought or idea with greater clarity. If you paraphrase you must acknowledge your source otherwise you are guilty of plagiarism, ie passing off someone else’s work as your own. Tutorial: visit the study skills: plagiarism pages to learn how to paraphrase correctly. Note on page numbers: There is no need to provide a page reference in the in-text citation unless you are including a direct quotation. Referencing confidential material You may need to reference confidential material – for example, if you have access to an organisation’s intranet whilst on placement and need to cite some of their documents. In order to protect the identity of the organisation, it is important you anonymise the information.
If in doubt about whether to include material, seek guidance from the relevant module leader. How to format your reference . The Use of Do Not Resuscitate Orders: Older People with Dementia. What are you trying to reference? How to format your reference Name of Act.