In this blog, I recorded a small tutorial on how to cite properly for NeurologyPocketbook.com since these questions keep coming up and I wanted to address them head-on so that there is no confusion left.
2️⃣ Pin the "MyBib Free Citation Generator" extension to your Chrome Toolbar.
Click the Pin button for this to show up on your bar.
3️⃣ Set the right style to "APA 7".
Click "Change Style" and choose "APA 7 (American Psychological Association 7th edition)". This is the style we are using throughout the Neurology Pocketbook for consistency.
4️⃣ Citing the reference article or any resource of your choice.
Go to your PubMed article or YouTube Video, click the "MyBib Free Citation Generator" button on your bar, and then click the "Click to copy" button. The citation will be copied in a formatted way.
5️⃣ Check and review the citation on your "MyBib Free Citation Generator" bar.
Always review the citation info because sometimes it does not pick up the citation from the current tab or from the old tab.
6️⃣ Confirm the right citation and paste it into the bibliography section.
On your keyboard, press CTRL + V and paste the citation.
7️⃣ Add a direct link to your citation to help your readers.
Highlight the particular link of your reference, press CTRL + C to copy it, and then hover over it. Click the "Link" button and paste the URL/link.
The purpose of Neurology Pocketbook is to provide an open-access and continuously updated reference guide for busy clinicians to keep up with the updates. There is a rapid influx of data & knowledge and it's crucial to keep us updated with the new clinical practices.