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How to use references to support your argument

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Week 3

  1. 1. Week 3AnswersMPharmacy 2012
  2. 2. Common errors1.a) Therefore, a study was commissioned on the xaffectx of low dietary intake of calcium.b) Therefore, a study was commissioned on the effect of low dietary intake of calcium. 2
  3. 3. Common errors2.a) There should be no significant risk to the health and safety of any individual when normal good laboratory xpractisex in handling chemicals is observed.b) There should be no significant risk to the health and safety of any individual when normal good laboratory practice in handling chemicals is observed. 3
  4. 4. Common errors3.a) The work of several researchers in New Zealand, including Danson (2005), Van Holpsen (2005) and Hewitt et al. (2006), has shown that statins reduce the activity of these molecules.b) The work of several researchers in New Zealand, including Danson (2005), Van Holpsen (2005) and Hewitt et al. (2006), xhavex shown that statins reduce the activity of these molecules. 4
  5. 5. Common errors4.a) Further investigation is usually needed to identify the specific location of the tumour, xsuch as a brain scanx.b) Further investigation, such as a brain scan, is usually needed to identify the specific location of the tumour. 5
  6. 6. Common errors5.a) Structurally, tooth enamel comprises xofx millions of enamel rods or prisms.b) Structurally, tooth enamel is composed of millions of enamel rods or prisms. 6
  7. 7. Common errors6.a) Each of the results xcorrespondx to a single cycle per patient.b) Each of the results corresponds to a single cycle per patient. 7
  8. 8. Using summaries andparaphrasing in academicwriting• to support own position on a current debate in community pharmacy
  9. 9. Role of communitypharmacists• early detection and prevention of MOH, by monitoring self- medication of headache• educating patients about the maximum intake frequency of acute treatments
  10. 10. Task 2• Make summarising notes in your own words. Do not copy from the extracts.• Make sure you record where each piece of information comes from, as you will have to reference any information you take from the extracts to support your arguments.• Put (pjonline, 2012) if information comes from the first article, and (Mehuys et al., 2012) if it comes from the abstract.

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