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Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

McKee (McKee2011), 2011; Busby, 2008; (2008) and in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011 (2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the'the skeleton in the hospital closet”closet', as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barkerin Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

In a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and thus have them in your references.

Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

(McKee, 2011; Busby, 2008; in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the skeleton in the hospital closet”, as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

In a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and thus have them in your references.

Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

McKee (2011), Busby (2008) and in Barker, Grout, & Crowe (2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as 'the skeleton in the hospital closet', as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, in Barker, Grout & Crowe added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

In a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and thus have them in your references.

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Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

(McKee, 2011; Busby, 2008; in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the skeleton in the hospital closet”, as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

IIn a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and thisthus have them in your references.

Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

(McKee, 2011; Busby, 2008; in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the skeleton in the hospital closet”, as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

I a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and this have them in your references.

Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

(McKee, 2011; Busby, 2008; in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the skeleton in the hospital closet”, as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

In a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and thus have them in your references.

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Why not rephrase it, and quote each source properly? Like this:

(McKee, 2011; Busby, 2008; in Barker, Grout, & Crowe, 2011) wrote that “Malnutrition has often been referred to as “the skeleton in the hospital closet”, as it is often overlooked, under-diagnosed, and untreated". To this, (Barker, Grout & Crowe, 2011) added that "Despite this, the negative consequences of malnutrition have been widely reported...".

I a way, you are quoting McKee at al., so it is only proper to cite them properly, and this have them in your references.