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Health Studies

Style Guide: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The Faculty of Health Sciences EDI Style Guide is to be used by learners, staff, and faculty to make communication with diverse audiences more equitable and inclusive. The guide provides advice on how to engage with issues concerning race, gender, and sexual orientation, among other intersecting identities.

Citing Sources

Citing sources is an important part of your research. 

It documents what sources you have used in writing your paper, gives credit to the author's work, and gives the information needed to identify and retrieve the cited sources.

For a quick introduction and overview to citing and citation managers, the library has created the following video:

Citing and Citation Management: Tips and Tricks from Queen's University Library

Citation Style Guides

Different disciplines or courses use different citation styles, so confirm with your instructor which style you should use.

APA Style (American Psychological Association)

Vancouver Style

Citation Management

There are many different citation managers available for your use including Zotero, Mendeley, and EndNote.

Please note: Queen's University now how has a site license for EndNote desktop

For more detailed information please consult the LibGuides: Citing and Citation Management and Citing and Citation Managers.

Review Software

Covidence (Institutional Access)

Covidence is a web-based software platform that streamlines the production of systematic reviews and other research reviews that require screening citations and full text, assessing risk of bias, or extracting study characteristics and outcomes.