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This information is available from the RxTx FAQ section:
 

  1. What is the correct way to reference CPS for articles, journals or papers?

    To reference CPS, CPhA recommends using Vancouver style, which follows the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals as well as the National Library of Medicine Recommended Formats for Bibliographic Citation. Supplement: Internet Formats. Users may wish to reference the entire CPS; or refer to a specific product monograph.

    To reference the entire CPS:
    CPS [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Pharmacists Association; c2015 [cited YYYY MMM DD]. Available from: http://www.e-therapeutics.ca. Also available in paper copy from the publisher.

    To reference part of CPS, such as a product monograph (where Gleevec is provided as an example of a product monograph):
    CPS [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Pharmacists Association; c2015 [updated YYYY MMM DD; cited YYYY MMM DD]. Gleevec  [product monograph]. Available from: http://www.e-therapeutics.ca. Also available in paper copy from the publisher.
     

  2. What is the correct way to reference therapeutic content for articles, journals or papers?

    To reference therapeutic content CPhA recommends using Vancouver style, which follows the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals as well as the National Library of Medicine Recommended Formats for Bibliographic Citation. Supplement: Internet Formats.Users may wish to reference the entire site or refer to a specific therapeutic topic.

    To reference the entire site:
    Jovaisas, Barbara, editor. Therapeutics [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Pharmacists Association; c2014 [cited YYYY MMM DD]. Available from: http://www.e-therapeutics.ca. Also available in paper copy from the publisher.

    To reference part of the therapeutic content, such as a specific therapeutic topic (where chronic fatigue syndrome is provided as an example of a therapeutic topic):
    Mann E.  Chronic fatigue syndrome. In: Jovaisas, Barbara, editor. Therapeutics [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Pharmacists Association; c2015 [updated MMM YYYY; cited YYYY MMM DD]. Available from: http://www.e-therapeutics.ca. Also available in paper copy from the publisher.

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