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The medical field uses AMA and APA styles for writing research papers and citing sources. Here are resources for AMA style both online and in the library. APA resources included the APA page of the Cite Your Sources guide and NoodleTools.
AMA Style – Online Resources
AMA Citation Style Guide
This guide is from Himmelfarb Health Sciences Library, George Washington University. CAUTION: You will not have access to their library resources.
AMA Manual of Style
Publisher's website for the AMA Manual of Style. Access to resources is limited to subscribers.
AMA Style (from Purdue OWL)
Information on references page formatting for the American Medical Association (AMA) style sheet. AMA style is used for the purpose of writing medical research.
AMA Style – In the Library
HONcode - the mark of credibility
Health on the Net Foundation certifies websites that provide health and medical information. Websites affix the HONcode to a webpage to let you know it is an approved online resource. Use credible websites — look for the HONcode on health and medical websites.
HONcode certification is an ethical standard aimed at offering quality health information. Learn about this certification program of Health on the Net Foundation, a NGO.