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Citing with AMA
Ohio State University AMA Manual of Style Citation Guide
Provides useful examples for citing different types of sources in AMA format.
AMA citation guidelines from Purdue Online Writing Lab
Provides guidance on citing print and online sources in AMA format.
NLM Catalog: Journal abbreviations
Use this site to look up AMA/Index Medicus journal abbreviations for your AMA citations.
MyBib is a free online citation bibliography creation tool. It can create citations and bibliographies in many styles such as MLA 7 and 8, APA, Chicago, and more. MyBib allows you to paste in a website URL or even search for a book, article, or other source by title, and will pull most of the information you need to create a citation (though you may need to double check that the information is correct and complete).
Once you’ve created your citations, MyBib allows you to copy paste your citations, download them as a Word document, save them to your Google Drive, print them, or email them to yourself.