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Radiation Therapy

Library resources available to students in the Radiation Therapy program.

Tip: If You Quote It, Note It

Remember to always properly document the sources you have used to write your essay; failure to do so can result in academic penalties.  For further information see Section 8 - Regulations and Policies in the Course Calendar.

AMA Manual of Style

The 11th edition of the AMA Manual of Style was published in early February, 2020, and is available online through the UWinnipeg Library, via the link below.

The updated guide includes changes to various sections, including reference guidelines. The AMA Manual Committee has outlined these changes in their presentation to the 2019 American Medical Writers Association annual meeting.


RefWorks allows you to collect, store, organize, and share references. Using it, you can automatically import your references and format them with the click of a button in a variety of styles (APA, MLA, Chicago, etc.).

Using RefWorks effectively takes practice!

When you are searching a database, you can usually move your references into a folder or check them off and then automatically export them into your RefWorks account. The trick? Each database is different in the exporting process, so you have to know how it works before you start searching.

Explore a variety of databases, especially those that you'll use on a regular basis and check out the process used to export to RefWorks.


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