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This resource discusses references page formatting for the American Medical Association (AMA) style sheet. AMA was developed by the American Medical Association for the purpose of writing medical research.
How is AMA different from APA or MLA?
Don't use the author’s last name for the in-text citations
Number each instance when you are referencing an article. (in the order with which you use that reference within your paper.)
Use commas to separate multiple citation numbers in text
Unpublished works and personal communications should be cited in the text (and not on the reference list)
Superscript numbers: placed outside periods and commas; inside colons and semicolons
When citing the same source more than once, give the number of the original reference, then include the page number (in parentheses) where the information was found.
*Adapted from http://www.lib.jmu.edu/citation/amaguide.pdf
Reference Examples Adapted From: American Medical Association. AMA Manual of Style. 11th ed. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2020.