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Athletic Training: Using AMA Style

Resources for faculty,staff, and students in this field

Using Citation Styles

In the biomedical sciences and allied health fields, popular citation styles include APA Style (American Psychological Association) and AMA Style (American Medical Association).

Consider using a citation management software to simplify the process of collecting, organizing, and formatting your citations. UI Libraries has a campus wide subscription to EndNote. The desktop version is available for faculty, staff, and graduate students, and the online version (EndNote Basic) is available for all affiliates.

The library offers group instruction or individual consultation for both tools. For more information in either tool, view the citing sources guide.

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Additional AMA Resources

Many libraries have created handouts and guides to facilitate learning of AMA style. Links to a few notable ones follow.

Citation Builders

Here are a few citation builder tols that may help you learn the basics of formatting references, especially useful if you only have a few references to format.