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A bit of background about Vancouver Referencing
Vancouver referencing - The style used in most leading medical journals and recommended by the School of Medicine for all BM students is the Vancouver style of referencing. For in-text citation the Vancouver style uses raised superscript numerals e.g. 2 . This superscript number links directly to the reference list at the end of the paper.

Examples of Vancouver Referencing
Writing review articles enables authors to cite many of their own previous publications 1...

Reference numbers should be assigned in the order in which the references first appear in the text. For identical references cited twice, the original reference number should be repeated.

To cite a specific page, the page number should be indicated in brackets after the reference number:
...there is strong evidence of benefit in elderly patients, 12 (p11)...
To cite more than one page, indicate the page range:

...there is strong evidence of benefit in elderly patients, 12 (pp11-12)...
To cite several references at the same time include both reference numbers:

...there is strong evidence of benefit in elderly patients, 12 13...
For references listed at the end of the assignment, these should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text rather than listed alphabetically by author as with most other referencing styles.

For secondary references, the second source should not be cited as if it has been read ‘first hand’. Instead, the following format should be employed:

[Reference for the 2nd source] In: [Reference for the 1st source]

If there are more than six authors, the first six should be listed followed by ‘et al’.

In the reference list at the end books need to provide the author(s), title of book (in italics), publication place, publisher and date:

Hill C. Practical guidelines for cystic fibrosis care. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 1998.
For a chapter in a book reference order would be chapter author′s surname, initials, title of chapter, the word ‘in’ (followed by a colon), surname and initials of editor, the title of the book (in italics), place of publication, publisher, date and page numbers of chapter;

Watkins AD, Neuropharmacology. In: Kay, AB editor. Allergy and allergic diseases. Oxford: Blackwell Science, 1997. p505 - 17.

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