The Vancouver Style was first put forth by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors in 1978 and has been adopted by biomedical publishers worldwide. It is used primarily in health sciences and medicine.
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Note: Presently there is not complete agreement among guides in citing electronic sources. The examples in this guide are provided as a guideline. Whichever format you follow, make sure that you are consistent throughout your work and consult your instructor about preferred conventions.
In the Vancouver Style your references should: