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AMA Citation Style: Citation Support

AMA Manual of Style Online

Do you need help citing in AMA style? The AMA Manual of Style is now available online from Himmelfarb Library!

Books: Citation Style

PubMed - Create AMA Citation

Produced by Ithaca College: tutorial on formatting Pubmed citations into the American Medical Association (AMA) citation style,

What is RefWorks?

 

Create Bibliographies in AMA 10th Edition with just one click!

What is RefWorks? RefWorks is an online research management, writing and collaboration tool. It is designed to help researchers easily gather, manage, store and share all types of information, as well as generate citations and bibliographies.

Why should you use RefWorks?

  • One "click" and you can generate bibliographies in any citation style format. (APA, AMA, MLA and more!)
  • Allows you to create & organize your own personal database of references.
  • Import your references directly from databases, journals or the library catalog and avoid emailing or the need to save to a USB flashdrive.
  • Makes collaboration easier during group projects allowing you to share your RefWorks folder of references.

    New Users: Getting Started!
  • Go to Himmelfarb Library's Homepage  
  • Under Accounts Click RefWorks  
  • Select "Sign up for an Individual Account" and complete the new user information form.
  • You will receive an email from RefWorks confirming your login username and password

Note: You will need the  Group Code  for to access RefWorks off-campus. (Restricted to GW School of Nursing, School of Public Health and Health Services, School of Medicne and Health Sciences.)

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