Answered By: Renee Stokes (Perth)
Last Updated: 19 Feb 2018     Views: 360

When referencing a section of the 'Nutrient Reference Values Australia and New Zealand' via the website, it is best to reference it as a webpage:

In text:

(Australian National Health and Medical Research Council & New Zealand Ministry of Health, 2014).

Reference list:

Australian National Health and Medical Research Council & New Zealand Ministry of Health. (2014). Dietary fibre. Retrieved from https://www.nrv.gov.au/nutrients/dietary-fibre

 

If you are referencing this source multiple times in-text, you need to include the full organisation name the first time with the abbreviation.

eg. (Australian National Health and Medical Research Council & New Zealand Ministry of Health [NHMRC & MoH], 2017)

All following citations may just include the abbreviation eg. (NHMRC & MoH, 2017)

 

When referencing multiple sections, you are permitted to reference the entire website:

In text:

(Australian National Health and Medical Research Council & New Zealand Ministry of Health, 2017)

Reference list:

Australian National Health and Medical Research Council & New Zealand Ministry of Health. (2017). Nutrient reference values for Australia and New Zealand. Retrieved from https://www.nrv.gov.au/home

 

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