BASIC COMPONENTS (Lecture)
If lecture is viewed via video, add the following:
ARRANGING AND FORMATTING COMPONENTS
Last name first, followed by first initial and (if given) additional initials. End with a period. No blank space between initials.
de la Peña SK.
2 to 6 Lecturers
Separate multiple authors with a comma. End the list with a period. Do not add the word "and" before the final author name.
Oren E, Kiene SM.
Schanler RJ, Kiechl-Kohlendorfer U, Kim JH.
Rivadeneyra-Posadas JJ, Cubo E, Simón-Vicente L, Garcia-Bustillo Á.
Zhang N, Xiong X, Xu J, Zeng Q, Li J.
Crowder L, Welniak TL, Hoogland AI, Small BJ, Rodriguez Y, Carpenter KM.
TITLE OF LECTURE
Capitalize the first letter of the first word of the title. All other words remain fully uncapitalized except for: 1) the first letter of proper nouns; 2) acronyms; 3) other miscellaneous circumstances. Do not enclose the full title in quotation marks. Do not capitalize the first letter of the first word of a subtitle (unless it constitutes an exception).
The patient-centered interview process.
The revolutionary origins of the Civil War.
Health and justice: what's theory got to do with it?
Who killed the Soviet Union? revisiting the collapse of the USSR.
Move it! get the shoulders unstuck!
Include the statement "Lecture presented at" followed by a colon. Then add the official course number and title, followed by a semicolon.
Lecture presented at: PA 627 Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology;
Lecture presented at: PA 510 Research and Evidence Based Medicine;
Lecture presented at: PA 634 Behavioral Medicine Clinical Residency;
For lectures occurring outside of courses, include the statement "Lecture presented at" followed by a colon. Add the title of the event followed by a semicolon. For untitled events, name the venue at which the lecture occurred.
Lecture presented at: Spring Colloquium Lecture;
Lecture presented at: Game Changer: The Ultimate in Personal Transformation Seminar;
Lecture presented at: UH Seidman Cancer Center;
Lecture presented at: Hotel Edison;
DATE OF LECTURE
List the month and day, followed by a comma and the year. End with a semicolon. Do not abbreviate the month.
May 5, 2021;
October 18, 1996;
February 1, 2007;
LOCATION OF LECTURE
Include the city followed by a comma and the state abbreviation.
Pepper Pike, OH.
DATE OF ACCESS / URL
Include the word "Accessed" followed by the date of access (month day [comma] year) and a period. Do not abbreviate the month. Then add the URL for the website. Do not include a period after the URL.
Accessed April 16, 2020. https://campioncollege.ca/events/nash-lecture/
Accessed January 25, 2023. https://oir.nih.gov/wals/2022-2023/immune-system-bacteria-beyond-crispr
Accessed October 9, 2017. https://vimeo.com/90056128
SAMPLE REFERENCES (Lecture)
Adler R. I am an ethical being. Lecture presented at: PA 500 Practice, Policy and Bioethics; January 9, 2023; Pepper Pike, OH.
Basilius E, Colabuno A. Lecture presented at: PA 615 Women's Health and Reproductive Medicine; October 12, 2022; Pepper Pike, OH. Accessed November 29, 2022. https://ursuline.desire2learn.com/d2l/f23/pa615/content/video/repro-med
Long D, Adler R, Basilius E. Irritable bowel or senioritis? a meta-analysis of Ursuline College students' health complaints. Lecture presented at: Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute; June 30, 2020; Cleveland, OH.
Birx DL. Delivering an AIDS-free generation. Lecture presented at: University of California, Berkeley; October 9, 2014; Berkeley, CA.
Gable CA. Lecture presented at: Hardin Library for the Health Sciences; January 15, 2019; Iowa City, IA. Accessed April 20, 2020. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2y_GrtdPnK7