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How do I reference a source that has no author such as a clinical guideline/policy?

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Hi Anez, 

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Yu Lee (not verified), 1 year ago

Hi Anez, 

If there is no author, your citation will begin with the title in italics, followed by the year, edition, publisher and place of publication.  However, when referencing a source such as clinical guidelines/policy, there should be an organization behind the publication.  You can treat the organization as an author (e.g. New South Wales, Department of Health).  

Please see the section on "Organization as an Author". 

Best regards, 

YL

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