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Health Sciences Center Style Guide
Health Sciences Center Style Guide (excerpt) Have a style or grammar question but don't see the answer here? Let us know. Jump to: Abbreviations Use official U.S. postal codes in addresses. In text, spell out state names. Use the latest American Medical Association Manual of Style abbreviations for units of measure: e.g., mL for milliliter. Similarly, use AMA abbreviations for clinical and technical terms: e.g., ECG for electrocardiogram (not EKG). If well-known, especially by a certain audience, the expanded version of an abbreviation may be used at first reference without giving the abbreviation parenthetically. The abbreviation then may be used thereafter: intensive care unit/ICU, National Institutes of Health/NIH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention/CDC. In fact, depending on context and audience, a few very familiar acronyms may be used without ever spelling out the expanded version: VA Medical Center, AMA. Abbreviate civil and military titles before a name if the entire name is used: Capitalization Lowercase words whenever possible to enhance readability and avoid pretense. Do not capitalize the words disease or syndrome in names such as Huntington’s disease, Parkins
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General Guidelines Margins are one inch on all sides. Font size is 12 point. Font type is Times New Roman. A sans serif type font (eg. Arial) can be used for figures. Double spacing for the body of the paper. Single spacing for table titles, headings, figure captions, and footnotes. Page alignment is flush left (creating an uneven right margin). Paragraph indentation is 5-7 spaces. The page number should appear as a header in the upper right-hand corner, at least 1 inch from the edge, beginning with the title page. The order of pages is: title page, abstract, text/body, references, tables, figures , and appendices. In-Text Citations When the name of the author(s) of a source is part of the formal structure of the sentence, the year of publication appears in parentheses following the identification of the author(s). Example: Wautier and Schmidt (2004) found that a chief means by which AGE via RAGE exert their effect is by generation of reactive oxygen species, at least in part via stimulation of NADPH oxidase. When the author(s) of the source are not part of the formal structure of the sentence, both the author(s) and the year of publication appear in parentheses. Example: The aim o
What is BASAL READER? What does BASAL READER mean? BASAL READER meaning - BASAL READER definition - BASAL READER explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Uu... Basal readers are textbooks used to teach reading and associated skills to schoolchildren. Commonly called "reading books" or "readers" they are usually published as anthologies that combine previously published short stories, excerpts of longer narratives, and original works. A standard basal series comes with individual identical books for students, a Teacher's Edition of the book, and a collection of workbooks, assessments, and activities. Basal readers are typically organized. Stories are chosen to illustrate and develop specific skills, which are taught in a pre-determined sequence. The teacher's editions are also tightly organized, containing much more than the answer key to the questions that usually appear at the end of each reading passage. The teacher's book also contains suggestions for pre-reading and post-reading activities and assessments, as well as scripted ques
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Academic Health Center—The University of Cincinnati Academic Health Center is located in the Corryville neighborhood of Cincinnati and includes the colleges of allied health sciences, medicine, nursing and pharmacy, Hoxworth Blood Center, UC Cancer Institute at University of Cincinnati Medical Center, the Metabolic Diseases Institute on UC's Reading Campus and UC Health University of Cincinnati Physicians. Teaching and research affiliates include University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center, Shriners Hospital for Children–Cincinnati, Jewish Hospital, Christ Hospital and the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute. African-American—Always hyphenated, both as compound adjective and noun. According to AP, black is the preferred term. Abbreviations—Don’t use periods in MD, IV, USA, PhD, etc. Note: An abbreviation is not necessarily an acronym, which is an abbreviation that can be pronounced as a word, e.g., UNESCO, NATO. Don’t use an abbreviation of an organization’s name in parentheses following the name , e.g., Food and Drug Administration (FDA), unless the organization is
If you were standing outside my office door, you would hear a loud banging noise. That's my head banging on my desk out of sheer frustration. The reason? Capitalization. I have documents to edit that are filled with words that shouldn’t be capitalized—such as “federal,” “state,” “statutes,” “deadlines,” “laws”—but are uppercase. I have documents to edit that are filled with words that should be capitalized—such as “W ...
H HAART HAART is a commonly used acronym for highly active antiretroviral therapy. No periods. This is pretty consistent across the newspapers of note. The term handicapped should not be used. If someone has a disability, do not write that he or she is afflicted with or is a victim of whatever disorder. Instead, write He has muscular dystrophy. Similarly, don't write wheelchair-bound or confined to a wheelchair; write She uses a wheelchair or wal ...
For the new year, if you’ve been struggling with your weight, you might turn to a new diet for help with shedding pounds. So what will it be in 2018? Weight Watchers? Paleo? Jenny Craig? Low-carb? Some nutritionists say rather than jumping on the latest diet bandwagon or trend, it’s time to consider embracing a “non-diet diet” — basically a set of guiding principles that can help you lose weight and keep it off for good. “A non-diet d ...
When writing medical terminologies, people are often confused as to when they should capitalize the terminology, italicize it or leave it as such. For diabetes, people are very confused whether or not it should be capitalized. Some tend to type Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes in small caps while others would capitalize its first letters. Medical agencies have also varied when it comes to capitalizing Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes in its reports or articles ...
I love the word "idiopathic." Besides making nice sounds as it rolls off one's tongue (id-dee-oh-PATH-ick), its definition is positively murky: it's used to describe a disorder of obscure or unknown cause. At one world-famous authority, it's stated that the word comes from the Greek: idios (one's own) + pathos (suffering). Yes, that's definitely Greek to me. Down to business. I received an e-mail which read: "I saw [the following] information in ...
Go to: Abstract To identify simple insulin regimens for people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus that can be accepted and implemented earlier in primary and specialist care, taking into consideration each individual's needs and capabilities. Methods Using randomized clinical trials identified by a search of the PubMed database, as well as systematic reviews, meta‐analyses and proof‐of‐concept studies, this review addresses topics of interest re ...