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Last Updated: May 01, 2017     Views: 2114

An evidence summary is a type of publication from the Joanna Briggs Institute database. It could be referenced in the following way:

Author, A. A. (Year). Title of article [Evidence summary]. Retrieved from http://xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

It is not a journal article so square brackets are used to describe the type of publication. You could either use the database homepage or Joanna Briggs website homepage URL at the end of the reference list. Provide the name of the database if it does not appear in the URL .

Ong, J. (2016). Blood Pressure (Adults): Walking [Evidence summary]. Retrieved from Joanna Briggs Institute database


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