how to cite abstracts

how to cite abstracts

how to cite abstracts

How to cite abstracts
According to Scientific Style and Format [Council of Science Editors, Seventh Edition, 2006], meeting abstracts should be cited using the following format:
Example:

Hare, L.R., & O’Neill, K. (2000). Effectiveness and efficiency in small academic peer groups. Small Group Research, 31, 24-53. Abstract retrieved from Sociological Abstracts database. (Accession No. 200010185).
For MLA style

List the date of publication in parentheses followed by a period. For example: (2010).
List the title of the article. According to APA guidelines, only the first letter of the title should be capitalized. The first letter of proper nouns should also be capitalized. For example: Nursing students in China and available scholarship support.

It is not entirely unreasonable to include a citation in an abstract, if the reason you are citing it is because your paper is a major extension, rebuttal, or counterpoint to the cited article.
Do you think it’s okay to have citations in an abstract or do you personally prefer to have the abstract be a “stand-alone” piece of work?

How to cite abstracts
If you are planning a conference in endocrinology or a related topic, why not publish the abstracts in Endocrine Abstracts ? Using an issue of Endocrine Abstracts as your official conference abstract book offers you many advantages.
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How to cite abstracts
Each year, more than 4,000 abstracts are submitted for review and are published in the abstract book and/or personally presented at the scientific or poster sessions at the EULAR Annual Congress. The abstract book is a supplement to the “Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases – the EULAR Journal” and can be downloaded on the EULAR Congress website. Read or download the Abstract book.
The EULAR Abstract Archive provides access to all the abstracts presented at the congress from 2001 onwards. Abstracts from 2005 onwards contain the citation reference. Visit the EULAR Abstract Archive

NEW! ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2019 annual meeting scientific abstract embargo policy:
It is the policy of the ASA that all scientific abstracts accepted for presentation are embargoed (may not be published or publicized) until the date and time of presentation. Sharing accepted information with the media before then should be done only with permission of ASA’s Public Relations Department and after acceptance of the restriction that abstracts will not be published or publicized until the date and time of presentation.
Abstracts on this site will be available to the public, under embargo, on October 19, 2019. Registered journalists with questions about obtaining embargoed abstracts prior to the meeting should contact the ASA Public Relations Department at [email protected]

Conference Organizers: IAS-USA
Searching the Abstract Database: Enter the criteria below and then click the “Search” button.

How to cite abstracts

  • Information on the scientific program, abstracts, Keystone Symposia, sessions recordings, and CME/MOC opportunities from ENDO 2019 can be found here.
  • View ENDO 2019 abstracts

March 23-26, 2019 || New Orleans, LA

Some styles, for example an annotated style, include the abstract and some don’t.
In Word you can format your bibliography by selecting a style which doesn’t include an abstract. See instructions below:

References:

http://libanswers.lorainccc.edu/faq/18599
http://penandthepad.com/cite-abstract-source-apa-style-8288819.html
http://academia.stackexchange.com/questions/4971/are-citations-in-abstracts-considered-bad-style
http://www.endocrine-abstracts.org/
http://www.congress.eular.org/abstract_archive.cfm
http://www.asaabstracts.com/
http://www.croiconference.org/search-abstracts/
http://www.endocrine.org/meetings-and-events/endo-annual-meetings
http://libhelp.ncl.ac.uk/faq/43285
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2468227619307318

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