Referencing Style Guide



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Meeting Presentations

Papers and poster sessions presented at meetings include both items that were presented but never published and items for which any subsequent publication is unknown. If subsequent publication is known, cite the published form rather than the meeting paper or poster session.


Use the phrases "Paper presented at:" and "Poster session presented at:" to connect author and title information with meeting information.
Author: Author(s) of the paper; last name first, followed by up to two initials. Place family designations of rank after the initials, without punctuation and convert Roman numerals to Arabic ordinals; e.g., DeVita VT Jr, Jones JG 2nd.
Title: Title of the publication, if present. Only the first word and proper nouns are capitalized in book titles.
Title of Conference: Name of the conference, including number, if present, e.g., "3rd Symposium on Human Nutrition.” All numbers are converted to Arabic, e.g., convert “Third” to “3rd.” Capitalize all significant words.
Date of Conference: Inclusive dates on which the conference was held, as “1988 Jan 24-26” and "1987 Jan 31-Feb 2.” English names are used for months; names of months may be abbreviated to the first three letters.
Date of Conference: Inclusive dates on which the conference was held, in the format year, month, beginning day, hypen, ending day. For example: “2005 Mar 20-24 or 1987 Jan 31-Feb 2.” English names are used for months; names of months may be abbreviated to the first three letters.

Place of Conference: City and state/country in which the conference was held; English names are used for locations, as “Rome” for “Roma.” Names of states/countries may be abbreviated according to accepted standards.



Example of a paper presented at a meeting

Saltiel E, Nishimura LY, Shane R. Pharmacoeconomic analysis of enoxaparin in

orthopedic patients. Paper presented at ASHP Annual Meeting. Reno, NV;1994 Jun 7.






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