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AMA Style Guide
AMA Manual of Style, 11th Edition This link opens in a new window
Online version of the AMA Manual of Style, 11th edition. Refer to Chapter 3.15 for citation examples of electronic resources.
This site provides a helpful, condensed guide to using the AMA style.
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New RefWorks is recommended.
Support is being phased out for RefWorks Legacy. Ask a librarian how to transfer your folders and citations to New RefWorks or look for instructions on the New RefWorks Research Guide.
New Write-N-Cite IV Feature
More Refworks 2.0 Fundamental Tutorials are available in the Refworks Help Section.
When selecting your output style, choose AMA- American Medical Association, 10th Edition.
Introduction to Write-N-Cite IV
Once you've installed Write-N-Cite and have logged in to your RefWorks account, this video will show you how to cite your references (as in-text citations or footnotes) and create bibliographies instantly.
Dr. Robert Cisneros, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice at Campbell University, created this podcast/tutorial demonstrating the proper use of the AMA style 10th edition.
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RefWorks Workshops are open to everyone. Check with your professor to see if they are issuing credit for attendance. Drop in to a session of your choice. These sessions meet in the Wiggins Computer Lab (Rm. 312).