Bibliography is an extremely important element of every publication – it is proof that the author has read the literature on the subject on which he writes. It is proof that the theses and statements that puts in their work have a basis, that they are not just literary fiction.
For the reader, it is a sign that it is a work supported by literature that has already been created on this subject. Literature, which comes from a reliable source, is reliable and true.
In medical-related works, this is especially important because in this area you can not afford uncertainty and presumption. In every work we have to be sure about what we are writing about, we need to collect as much information as possible about it. Be sure that the information we provide is reliable. However, when we talk about medicine, it is important to remember that it applies to all of us.
It concerns our health and life. We must keep this in mind. Here, giving wrong information can have very negative effects, it can be misleading. Bibliography is being created just to avoid such situations. Every person who will have contact with our work should have information about the sources we used. They must be available to everyone.
The information that we will contain in your work must be confirmed in other publications. If we conduct research, we must also take into account the sources from which we have gained knowledge on this subject.
Certainly, a lot of materials that can be helpful in writing such a work can be found in hospital libraries or libraries of medical universities. There, we can use all materials with ease, without worrying about their reliability.
In turn, if we are looking for such materials on the Internet, we should take special care and keep in mind the origin and authors of such information. We can not use sites where anyone can add their definition or description to explain the concept. These are not reliable sources.
Each of the people who write a thesis, whether it is a master’s or a doctoral degree, must be aware of the importance of selecting an item for the attachment bibliography and creating it. We must remember that the bibliography is proof that our publication is not a plagiarism, that we have derived knowledge from a reliable source and that this work is based on real data and facts, not on the author’s conjecture.