Answered By: Referencing Enquiries Team
Last Updated: Aug 25, 2021     Views: 8897

To reference NICE guidelines produced as PDF documents, you should follow the format for an Online PDF document as shown in the MMU Harvard referencing guide.

It is better to download and use the PDF version of NICE guidelines, particularly as you will have a page number to use for direct quotes. However if you are using sections of NICE guidelines you have read on a webpage, you should reference this as a webpage, as shown in the section Webpage (including blogs and social media sites) in the MMU Harvard referencing guide

You may also find the FAQ Can I use acronyms for organisations, companies, etc. in citations? useful when citing NICE guidelines in your work.