Clinical Pharmacology Citation
In general, citations should follow accepted styles.
- When citing electronic medical database materials, use accepted citation formats as follows:
Iverson C, Flanagin A, Fontanarosa PB, et al. American Medical Association Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors. 9th ed. Baltimore, Md: Williams & Wilkins; 1998; 28-51.
Submission guidelines for references may vary slightly from publication to publication.
Consult the specific guidelines for submission.
- When referencing the Internet or Intranet version of the Clinical Pharmacology database:
General database referencing:
Clinical Pharmacology [database online]. Tampa, FL: Gold Standard, Inc.; insert current year of copyright. URL: Updated Month, Year.
Example: Clinical Pharmacology [database online]. Tampa, FL: Gold Standard, Inc.; 2006. URL: Updated February 2006.
A dosage taken from a Monograph:
Gold Standard, Inc. Monograph Name. Clinical Pharmacology [database online]. Available at: Accessed: Month, Day, Year.
For an Overview:
Gold Standard, Inc. Overview Name. Clinical Pharmacology [database online]. Available at: Accessed: Month, Day, Year.
- When referencing the CD-ROM version of Clinical Pharmacology:
Clinical Pharmacology (version _______) [database on CD-ROM], Name of monograph or overview, if applicable. Tampa, FL: Gold Standard Inc.; year.
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