Dissertation [from Print source using Vancouver]
Author Initials. Title of dissertation [dissertation]. Place: Name of institution; year.
Hardman JP. Rainer Werner Fassbinder's BRD trilogy: a manifesto for social and political reform [dissertation]. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth; 1999.
Scott P. Evaluating the electronic requesting and reporting of laboratory tests in the renal unit of a district general hospital [dissertation]. Portsmouth: University of Portsmouth; 2004.
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