You may wish to have a reference to a paper or collection of papers presented at a conference or seminar. These are generally known as conference papers or proceedings.
These are the details you will need to construct a reference for a conference paper, the punctuation marks at the end of each element being those you should use to put the reference together.
- Author's or authors' surname(s) followed by first name or initials.
- Title of the paper.
- In: (to indicate that the next element is the collection of papers from the conference)
- Editor's or editors' surname (s) followed by initials or first name if the paper appears in an edited book.
- Title of the conference;
- Date of conference;
- Place of publication:
- Publisher's name;
- Year of publication.
- Page numbers.
Anderson JC. Current Status of Chorion Villus Biopsy. In: Tudenhope D, Chenoweth J, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth Congress of the Australian Perinatal Society; 1986 Sept. 3-6; Brisbane, Queensland: Australian Perinatal Society; 1987. p. 190-6.