- 3000 word, double space, not including title and reference pages
- Time New Roman, 12 point font
- Left justified
- One inch margins
- Current APA format
- Number pages
- Reference page in APA format
The name of the paper: Healthcare Access
Reference that are to be used is attached.
Instructions Format 3000 word, double space, not including title and reference pagesTime New Roman, 12 point fontLeft justifiedOne inch marginsCurrent APA formatNumber pagesReference page in APA forma
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