Example of a list of references
Avolio, B. J., & Gardner, W. L. (2005). Authentic leadership development: Getting to the root of positive forms of leadership.
The Leadership Quarterly, 16, 315-338.
Clements, L., & Reid, J. (2008). Disabled people and the right to life. London: Routledge.
Counts, C. S., & American Nephrology Nurses' Association. (2008). Core curriculum for nephrology nursing. (5th ed.). Pitman, N.J:
American Nephrology Nurses' Association.
Lancellotti, K. (2008). Culture care theory: A framework for expanding awareness of diversity and racism in nursing
education. Journal of Professional Nursing, 24, 179-183.
Lissauer, T., Clayden, G., & Craft, A. (2012). Illustrated textbook of paediatrics. (4th ed.). Edinburgh: Mosby.
Lloyd, A. (2002). Theoretical analysis of the reality of children's rights in Africa: An introduction to the African Charter on the Rights
and Welfare of the Child. African Human Rights Law Journal, 2, 11-32.
Zweigenthal, V., Puoane, T., Reynolds, L., London, L., Coetzee, D., Alperstein, M., ... Hutchings, C. (2009). Primary health
care: Fresh perspectives. Cape Town: Pearson-Prentice Hall.
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