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Last Updated: Feb 20, 2015     Views: 13765

 

 

In our examples below MIMS has been treated as a reference work with no author. When there is no identifiable author in APA the title, in this instance the title of the web page or printed chapter, moves into the author position. Double quotations marks have been used in the in text reference because it is  part of a wider source.

MIMS ONLINE

 

Reference

 

Title of reference entry. (year of publication). In Title of Reference source. Retrieved from URL of homepage if not freely available from the internet.

 

 

Panadol. (2012). In MIMS. Retrieved from http://www.mims.com.au

 

 

 

 

In text

 

“Panadol” (2012) as listed in MIMS  indicates   …..

 

or

 

The effects of panadol…(“Panadol”, 2012)

 

 

 

MIMS Annual (PRINT VERSION)

 

Reference

 

Title of reference entry. (year of publication). In Title of Reference source (pp.xxx-xxx).City , Country: Publisher

 

 

 

Panadol. (2012). In MIMS annual 2012 (pp. 175-178). St Leonards, Australia: UBM Medica Australia

 

 

 

In text

 

“Panadol” (2012) as listed in MIMS  indicates   …..

 

or

 

 

The effects of Panadol…(“Panadol”, 2012)

 

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