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References & Citations
Getting You Started With Referencing and Citations
Welcome to the National Health Library & Knowledge Service guide to referencing and citations. This guide provides a few basic pointers towards organising and citing the reading material for your research project, according to some of the more commonly-used styles.
You'll also find links to more in-depth resources.
“Health research is a key factor in promoting the health of the population, combating disease, reducing disability and improving the quality of care. It brings learning from international best practice and appropriate evaluation techniques and application. This evidence is essential to the creation of a fairer, more efficient health system and for the delivery of better health outcomes. In an environment that is dynamic and changing, health research in Ireland needs to be positioned to make its greatest contribution for patients, the health system and the economy”.
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