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Questions about the APA format.
2/24/2011 3:55:04 PM

ruzzo0508
ruzzo0508
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What format do I select when citing Joint commission Perspectives regarding one of the quality outcomes? I have to write a concept paper about 2 quailty outcomes and have to cite the source. I believe it would be in the periodical/no author format? Any help is appreciated!
Thanks, Aimee
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2/25/2011 7:34:17 AM

Liz Huber (PERRLA)
Liz Huber (PERRLA)
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Hi Aimee,
The Joint Commission Perspectives is identified as a newsletter. I suggest using the Newsletter Article - No Author reference type option if you are referencing an article. If you are referencing an entire issue, I would choose the Journal/Magazine - Entire Issue type.
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