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Example reference formats for different source types

Journal Article (Forthcoming) examples

If the date of publication is unknown, omit the date.

Format: in text citation  
Effective patient-clinician communication has been shown to be vital for older patients and their nurse practitioners (Surname, Year [Forthcoming – if no year]).

Format: reference  
Author surname, initials. (Year) [Forthcoming]. Title of article. Journal Title [online]. Volume number(issue, part number or month), pp.first and last page or line numbers. Available from doi: [Accessed Date].

Example: in text citation  
Effective patient-clinician communication has been shown to be especially vital for older patients and their nurse practitioners (Gilbert and Hayes, 2020).

Or 

Effective patient-clinician communication has been shown to be especially vital for older patients and their nurse practitioners (Gilbert and Hayes, Forthcoming).

Example: reference  
Gilbert, D. A. and Hayes, E. (2020) [Forthcoming]. Communication and outcomes of visits between older patients and nurse practitioners. Nursing Research. 58(4), pp.283-293. 

Gilbert, D. A. and Hayes, E. [Forthcoming]. Communication and outcomes of visits between older patients and nurse practitioners. Nursing Research. 58(4), pp.283-293. Available from doi:10.1097/NNR.0b013e3181ac1413 [Accessed 10/12/19].