Vancouver is a numbered style:
Vancouver referencing is based on the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals which is informed by the NLM publication Citing Medicine. The American Medical Association have adapted those sources to produce their own version of Vancouver which is outlined in the AMA Manual of Style. The Bond Vancouver referencing Style is a slightly modified version of the AMA Manual of Style, 11th Edition.
The Bond Vancouver style is designed to assist Bond University students in preparing references for their assignments. If you are preparing a manuscript for publication, please refer to your chosen journal’s particular referencing requirements.
This guide may be used to create references by hand or with the reference management software EndNote.
Please refer to Chapter 3 of the full AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition for all available examples.
EndNote software allows you to create your own personal database of references, known as an EndNote library. It can be used to keep track of the references you use for your work, and it can also be used in conjunction with MS Word to produce formatted references.
You must first install EndNote on your laptop/computer. See this page for the steps.
To use EndNote to reference according to the above Vancouver Style document:
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