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Nursing Research Guide: Writing Resources

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Please note that one of the references in your paper MUST be from the American Nurses Association or Maryland Board of Nursing.

American Nurses Association - "The American Nurses Association (ANA) is the only full-service professional organization representing the interests of the nation's 3.4 million registered nurses through its constituent and state nurses associations and its organizational affiliates."

Carroll Community College Library - Citing or Documenting Sources - These guides, created through collaboration between librarians and faculty, provide guidance as accepted APA practices at CCC. Consult your instructors to determine whether or not you should use these guides or the APA Publication Manual. Take care to avoid the guides for MLA style.

Maryland Board of Nursing - "The mission of the Board of Nursing is to advance safe quality care in Maryland through licensure, certification, education and accountability for public protection."

Purdue OWL : APA Style - Purdue University's convenient guide to APA Style. This is not official, authoritative APA guidance, but rather an easy to browse overview of common APA issues.