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Endnote: Citation Resources

Citation Help

While EndNote is great for putting references in the correct format, sometimes you will need to tweak the style. Below are some books and websites that can help you edit existing styles.

APA 6th Books and e-Books

Medical Styles Books and e-Books

AMA STYLE

The American Medical Association (AMA) style was created by editors of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) and specifies writing and citation styles for scholarly works in medicine. AMA is typically used in the health sciences field.

This style is formatted to conform to the Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals started by the ICMJE in 1979.

This guide goes over the most common questions using the AMA style and is not intended to be the complete authority on these styles. For detailed information on these two styles please consult the actual style guides as seen in the book links.

APA STYLE

The American Psychological Association (AMA) style was created in 1929 establishing standard of citation style in the fields of social and behavioral sciences.

This guide goes over the most common questions using the APA style and is not intended to be the complete authority on these styles. For detailed information on these two styles please consult the actual style guides as seen in the book links.

PLEASE NOTE THIS GUIDE IS ACCORDING TO APA 6th. Watch this page for updates to comply with AMA 7th!

Online Resources and e-Books