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NUR 3145: Pharmacology

Library resources for NUR 3145

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How to Cite Natural Medicines Database in APA : Monographs

 


 

Frequently asked questions on how to cite Natural Medicines in APA.

 

Who is the author? 

Natural Medicines.

 

What is the publication date?  

Use the last updated date at the bottom of the monograph under references. 

 

The title is simply the title of the monograph. Make a notation in square brackets by title stating [Monograph].

 

 

If using one reference from Natural Medicines. Use the last updated publication date that is found under References.    References  Natural Medicines. (2017, January 3). Red yeast [Monograph]. Natural Standard Professional Monograph. Retrieved from https://naturalmedicines-therapeuticresearch-com.db15.linccweb.org/  In-text citation example: Red reduced the “incidence of coronary events by up to 50.8%” (Natural Medicines, 2017).     If using two or more, add a, b, c, and so forth to the publication year that is the same so that the in-text citation is clear.   References  Natural Medicines. (2017a, February 16). Red yeast [Monograph]. Natural Standard Professional Monograph. Retrieved from https://naturalmedicines-therapeuticresearch-com.db15.linccweb.org/  Natural Medicines. (2017b, January 3). Zinc [Monograph]. Natural Standard Professional Monograph. Retrieved from https://naturalmedicines-therapeuticresearch-com.db15.linccweb.org/  In-text citation examples: Red yeast reduced the “incidence of coronary events by up to 50.8%” (Natural Medicines, 2017a).   Acne improved with recommended dosages of Zinc (Natural Medicines, 2017b).

 

 

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