Paraphrase using a parenthetical citation where authors are in brackets at the end of the sentence.
Note: Paraphrases do not include page numbers and only include the author’s surname. Also note that when the authors are part of the sentence the full “and” is used and when they are in brackets the abbreviation “&” is used.
Journal article title: A time to weep and a time to laugh: Humour in the Nurse-Patient Relationship in an Adult Cancer Setting
Journal: Supportive Care in Cancer
Original Text: “The study revealed that nurses and patients in an adult cancer ward perceived the benefits of humour in terms of fostering the nurse-patient relationship. Participants did not, however, isolate humour as the only component of the nurse-patient relationship. This suggests that humour can be used as one of many communication tools to facilitate therapeutic nurse-patient relationships.”
Source: Rivier University webpage: 17 Therapeutic Communication Techniques
Publication date: 2017
Original Text: “At times, it’s useful to not speak at all. Deliberate silence can give both nurses and patients an opportunity to think through and process what comes next in the conversation. It may give patients the time and space they need to broach a new topic. Nurses should always let patients break the silence.”
E-Book title: The Art of Communication in Nursing and Healthcare: an Interdisciplinary Approach.
Publication date: 2015
Original text: “Listening is facilitated when clinicians sit down at eye level with patients, maintain appropriate eye contact (sensitive to cultural variations) and assume an unhurried demeanour.”
1. Write the end-text references for the above three sources in APA (6th edition) referencing format and put them in an end-text reference list below. You will need to find the sources using the library systems as you have not been given all of the information needed to complete the references. You will also need to adjust formatting of the information given to APA style.