Answered By: Karen Slater Last Updated: Sep 04, 2018 Views: 21
If you reference an organisation or government body such as WHO, the Departments for Education or Health, the first time you mention the organisation give their name in full with the abbreviation in brackets, from then on you can abbreviate the name.
Here is an example:
- The World Health Organisation (WHO) (1999) suggests that…..
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