Global Health Management Journal is adopting APA style 6th citation style
CITATIONS AND REFERENCES
Since July 2019, Yayasan Aliansi Cendekiawan Indonesia Thailand, the publisher for Global Health Management Journal and Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health has been registered as a Member of Crossref. Thus, the styles for citation and reference format have changed to APA style 6th edition with DOI number. If you have the DOI for the journal article, you should include it in the reference, otherwise, it is not necessary.
The GLOBAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT JOURNAL (GMHJ) adopting APA style 6th citation style.
The APA in-text citation is in the format (author, year).
- Anxiety and depression have been identified as more commonly in children and adolescents with long-term physical conditions (Dantzer, 2003; Pinquart & Shen, 2011).
When directly quoting from a text you must include a page number in the citation as given in the examples below. Including page numbers in all other circumstances is not required however, it is best practice to do so when referring to part of a work (e.g. a paragraph or chapter in a book). When referring to an entire work that covers a single topic (e.g. a journal article) it is not required.
- Indeed, one researcher commented that “technological innovations have saved or extended the lives of many patients” (Lumby, 2001, p. 44).
For papers with more than six authors, the first six should be quoted followed by "et al." Periodical (Journal) abbreviations should follow those used by PubMed (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog/journals).
Your reference list should be ordered alphabetically by author and then chronologically by year of publication. The APA 6th style requires the references to be indented as illustrated below in the examples.
For instances of multiple articles with the same authors and years of publication, please check the APA publication manual or Academic Writer.
Example of references
Macnab, A. J. (2019). Teach your children well. GHMJ (Global Health Management Journal), 3(2), 40-44. https://doi.org/10.35898/ghmj-32306
Bongaarts, J. (1983). The proximate determinants of natural marital fertility. Determinants of fertility in developing countries: A summary of knowledge, Part A. Washington DC: National Academy Press, 85-114.
World Health Organization. (2007). Adolescent pregnancy [electronic resource]: unmet needs and undone deeds: a review of the literature and programmes. Geneva, Switzerland: World Health Organization Press.
Widyastari, D. A., Shaluhiyah, Z., & Widjanarko, B. (2009). The influence of internet exposure on adolescents’ sexual attitudes: a study among secondary school students in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. (Master Degree, Thesis Book), Universitas Diponegoro, Semarang.
Macnab, A. J. (2018, August). Global Health: Challenges and opportunities of translating policy into practice. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Science and Health (No. 3, pp. 1-3).
For better results, we encourage the authors to use the reference manager tools, however, need to check the information should be completed. For working examples to follow as you prepare your reference lists and cite sources, authors may see the example HERE