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Citing Sources of Information: Writing for the Health Sciences: E-Mail

This LibGuide was designed to provide you with assistance in citing your sources when writing an academic paper.

Citing E-Mail

E-Mail

APA

 

Note: In APA style, personal communications such as E Mail messages are not included in the reference list because it cannot be retrieved by a third part.


They should be cited in the text as: A. K. Marks (personal communication, Oct. 25, 2002)

MLA

Marks, Anthony K. “ Surgery questions”. E – mail to Peter Smith. 25 Oct. 2002.

AMA

Note: In AMA style, personal communications such as E Mail messages are not included in the reference list because it cannot be retrieved by a third part.


They should be cited in the text as: Joan Smith, MD, e-mail communication, March 29, 2004.

 

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