Note that bibliography entries are listed alphabetically by the author’s last name. Also note that hanging indentations are used. The first line is flush left, and the second and ensuing lines are indented ½”. (See the arrow pointing to the hanging indent below.) Finally, notice that only the first letter of the first word of the title is capitalized; the rest of the title is capitalized as a regular sentence would be. If there is a colon in the title, the first letter of the first word after the colon is capitalized, too.
Anderson, R. J., Amarasingham, R., & Pickens, S. S. (2007, July). The quest for quality: Perspectives from the safety net. Frontiers of health services management, 23(4). 15-28. Retrieved September 5, 2007, from ABI/INFORM Global database. (Document ID: 1295268391). This source is a journal article from an online database, such as one you might find in the Proquest database at the DVUO library.
This article focuses on one institution’s goals in achieving quality control in healthcare. The goals focus on the Institute of Medicine’s description of needed objectives. It outlines their plan to achieve quality within that facility. It further discusses steps needed to be taken in order to realize the objectives with good information describing why each step is crucial in the process. This article provides a great outline for why quality control is needed within any healthcare setting and a source of possible solutions in order to realize the goal. The authors have strong backgrounds in the medical field as directors in managing care as well as planning strategies (Anderson, Amarasingham, & Pickens, 2007). Notice here that the annotation states the main idea, or thesis, of the source. It also mentions the main support points in the article and discusses the relevance of the source to the researcher’s purpose. Finally, the annotation discusses the credibility of the source.
Crago, M. (2002, September). Meeting patient...