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Vancouver Referencing Style @ UCT: Course materials

Vancouver Referencing Style is extensively used in the biomedical and health sciences.

Course material

COURSE MATERIAL

 

Lecture notes with a lecture title:

   Format:

   Name of the lecturer. Title of the lecture [Format]. Institution, Department/Division; date when the    lecture was given.

e.g.

   1. Benatar D. Confidentiality and truth-telling [Lecture notes]. University of Cape Town, Department        of Bioethics; notes provided at lecture given 2014, Aug 4.

 

 

Lecture notes with no lecture title:

   Format:

   Name of the lecturer. [Format and subject of the lecture]. Institution, Department/Division; date    when the lecture was given.

e.g.

   2. Greenberg J. [Lecture notes on genetic tests and genetic ethics]. University of Cape Town,        Division of Human Genetics; notes provided at lecture given 2014, Aug 4.

 

 

 Reprint from another source (chapter in a book) in the course reader:

   Format:

   Author of the chapter. Title of the chapter. In Author/Editor of the whole book. Title of the whole    book. Place    of publication of the book: Publisher of the book; Year of publication of the book. Start    & end page of the chapter. Reprinted in: Course code and name of the course and year of reprint. City: Institution; Year of reprint.

e.g.

   3. Harrington S. Drugs affecting the central nervous system. In LL Lilley. Pharmacology for        Canadian health care practice. Canada: Mosby; 2010. pp. 11-17. Reprinted in: MDN3001H        Introduction to Clinical Practice resource pack 2013. Cape Town: University of Cape Town; 2013.

 


  Lecture notes on Vula:

   Format:

   Name of the lecturer. Title of the lecture [Format]. Institution, Department/Division; date when the    lecture was given.

e.g.

   4. Sayed R. Biostatistics [Lecture notes]. University of Cape Town, School of Public Health & Family Medicine; notes provided on lecture given 2014, Jul 27 [cited 2014 Oct 15]. Available from: https://vula.uct.ac.za