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Citing in the main text of your work
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Referencing in list at the end of your work
If a dictionary or encyclopaedia is the co-operative work of many individuals, none of whom are the main editor, the title of the work may be used instead. For edited dictionaries and encyclopaedias follow our contribution in an edited book instructions.
Author / Editor, Year. Title of contribution. In: Title of source [online] (if applicable). Edition (if not first). Place of publication: Publisher.
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British National Formulary
The style for referencing the printed version of the BNF using the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts is as follows:
The style for referencing the online version of the BNF is as follows:
In a reference list in BU Harvard, this would look like:
Joint Formulary Committee (JFC), 2022. Etanercept [online]. London: BMJ Group and Pharmaceutical Press. Available from: https://www.new.medicinescomplete.com/#/content/bnf/_414565811 [Accessed 1st August 2022]
(Joint Formulary Committee [JFC] 2022) - first time of citing, then (JFC 2022) for all succeeding citations.