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Lesson 04: Referencing

This video is the fourth lesson in the Level 1 course on medical research conducted by the Society of Medical Research for beginners.

In this video, you will learn how to reference the sources you use in your medical research project. Referencing is the process of acknowledging the work of other researchers in your own writing. It is important to reference your sources correctly to avoid plagiarism and to give credit to the original authors.

There are a number of different referencing styles used in medical research. The most common referencing style is the Vancouver style. The Vancouver style is used by many medical journals and publishers.

This video will introduce you to the basics of referencing in the Vancouver style. You will learn how to format references for different types of sources, such as journal articles, books, and websites. You will also learn how to cite your sources in your text.