Answered By: Marishona Ortega
Last Updated: 01 Jul 2021     Views: 24

There are three methods of accessing JRCALC 2019 - a print book, an ebook and also as an app.  Depending on the version you are using, there a slightly different ways of presenting your reference.

 

Print version

In-text citation: (Brown et al., 2019) if you are citing the book as a whole.  You can add either an individual page or range of pages should this be required, e.g. (Brown et al., 2019, 66) or (Brown et al., 2019, 66-70)

Reference list entry: Brown, S.N., Kumar, D.S., James, C. and Mark, J. (eds.) (2019) JRCALC clinical guidelines 2019. Bridgwater: Class Professional Publishing.

 

Ebook version

In-text citation: (Brown et al., 2019) if you are citing the book as a whole. You can add either an individual page or range of pages should this be required, e.g. (Brown et al., 2019, 66) or (Brown et al., 2019, 66-70)

Reference list entry: Brown, S.N., Kumar, D.S., James, C. and Mark, J. (eds.) (2019) JRCALC clinical guidelines 2019 [ebook]. Bridgwater: Class Professional Publishing. Available from https://ebookcentral-proquest-com.proxy.library.lincoln.ac.uk/lib/ulinc/detail.action?docID=5976256 [accessed XX].

 

App

First In-text citation: (Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee and Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (JRCALC and AACE), 2019) 

Subsequent in-text citation: (JRCALC and AACE, 2019)

Reference list entry: Joint Royal Colleges Ambulance Liaison Committee and Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (2019) JRCALC clinical guidelines [app]. Version XX. Bridgwater: Class Publishing. Available from https://jrcalcplus.co.uk [accessed XX].

 

Please note: you will need to replace the 'XX' above with the either the version of the app you used or the date that you accessed either ebook or the app.

 

 

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