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APA 7 Referencing

Multiple works from one author with no date, date and in press

When referencing multiple works from the same author with a combination of no date, date and in press, the following order should be used:

no date

date (in chronological order)

in press

 

Example:

Brown & Jones (n.d., 2016, 2018, in press).

NOTE: In press means that the work has been accepted for publication but has not yet been published.

(APA manual, 2020, p. 263).

Abbreviating the Nursing Council of New Zealand

The advice of the Nursing Council of New Zealand is :

  • You may use both the te reo name and the english name or just the english name.
  • There is no official abbreviation for the council but most people use NCNZ.
  • There is no breach of the Code of Conduct or Code of Ethics if you choose to use only the english or te reo name rather than both.