I was wondering whether it is highly encouraged that hubbers put in specific references within the texts as how they are written in scientific papers or simply put references at the end. Maybe it would be less stern-looking if they are not added? What are your thoughts on this? Of course this is for the information-providing hubs in general.
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I do have same thoughts on the use of citations.
Regarding Mrs. A, she was a real-life referred patient, and everything not cited are from personal & my colleague analysis. Relevant information were cited as well (as seen in the figures).
I think I would include an author blurb somewhere on each hub (beginning or end) stating "the author is a health practitioner; case studies are from personal experience..." Or something to that effect. Overall, I think they are very good articles.
I've been practicing (or should I say, I've been used to) the insertion of in-text citation using the APA format added with the references at the bottom part of the page. However, as I skim through the site, I seldom see them on many hubs.
I don't write many hubs that require research, but some people do. I have seen some citations on hubs, but not many. Probably more people should be using them, I would think. (I'm familiar somewhat with APA but use MLA in my field.)