National Library of Medicine Cites the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Law Blog

The National Library of Medicine cites the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Law Blog as an example of how to cite a blog entry in medicine. In Examples of Citations to Blogs,the National Library of Medicine notes:
2. Blog with an individual(s) as author

Cohen MH. CAMLAW: complementary and alternative medicine law blog [Internet]. Cambridge (MA): Michael H. Cohen, Esq. c2007 - [cited 2007 May 16]. Available from: http://www.camlawblog.com/.

Mik T. Nursing Studio [blog on the Internet]. Seattle: Akon. [2002 May] - [cited 2007 May 16]. Available from: http://www.nursingstudio.net

3. Blog with optional full names for authors/editors

Cohen, Michael H. CAMLAW: complementary and alternative medicine law blog [Internet]. Cambridge (MA): Michael H. Cohen, Esq. c2007 - [cited 2007 May 16]. Available from: http://www.camlawblog.com/.

Ostrovsky, Michael; Genes, Nicholas; Odell, Timothy; Ostrovsky, Gene, editors. medGadget [blog on the Internet]. El Granada (CA): Medgadget LLC. [2004 Dec] - [cited 2007 May 16]. Available from: http://www.medgadget.com/
We've made history here -- not on the scale of Al Gore, of course -- but for lawyers and law librarians who are into citation format, the NLM puts camlawblog.com on the map.

And you'll never go wrong following the National Library of Medicine format in a research paper or article.

Thanks for Will Bueche, who designed our law offices website, for notifying us of this news.
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