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reference

EBM
A critical or explanatory note, usually included in a bibliography in a particular written communication (paper or electronic).

Medspeak
A written or verbal communication to a requesting party about a person’s, in particular a doctor’s, qualifications for a particular post.

reference

adjective Referring to a standard or norm noun Medical communication noun
1. A note in an article or publication that refers the reader to another passage or source.
2. An entry in a bibliography; a citation of previously published material, which includes author names, title of the article, journal, yr, volume and pages in which it was published.

reference

(rĕf′ĕr-ĕns) [L. referre, to bring back, to report]
1. A standard for the evaluation of objects, data, or ideas.
2. A link or connection between data, ideas, or objects.
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A reference checked by a friend is not legally supportable.
Improvement in technology has led to the development of different types of digital reference in last two decades.
An existing online Maori Bibliography, featured in the Green Guide, is regularly updated to provide a specialist interdisciplinary reference list for both Maori and Pakeha (non-Maori) students working in fields relating to Maori issues.
The reference, which has now been distributed to all MTMC terminal units, is designed to provide ship data to transporters to assist in planning and executing marine cargo movements.
These colleagues, in turn, can download selected references into their own reference managers for use in their research and writingueven if they all use different bibliography managers.
Release only written references in order to have documentation.
In this article, we endeavor to discuss both the information-seeking behavior of urban university students as well as the challenge that behavior poses to our own concepts of instruction and reference services.
In the headlong rush to redefine reference service for the 21st century, what has been overlooked or downplayed is the fact that increasing reliance on technological efficacy invariably decenters the human intellectual contribution to the reference transaction.
focus on those questions requiring an in-depth reference interview or
Tyckoson continues the discourse by reviewing the history of reference and the various models of reference service delivery (e.
see reference 23), Table 2; ONS, Abortion Statistics: Legal Abortions Carried Out Under the 1967 Abortion Act in England and Wales, 1998, London: Stationery Office, 2000, Table 2; ONS, Abortion Statistics: Legal Abortions Carried Out Under the 1967 Act in England and Wales, 1999, London: Stationery Office, 2000, Table 2; and ONS, 2001, op.