AMA (American Medical Association) documentation style can be a real challenge! Start here to ease your fears.
For a printable version of our AMA Citation Guide, including samples and examples of citations, click here.
As you create your references page, refer to our general guidelines. Your references should list all relevant information for your sources accurately and concisely. Similarly, your in-text citations should document your resources efficiently.
AMA information in this section is based on the AMA Manual of Style, 10th ed. (Oxford University Press, 2007), available at the Hunter Library Reference Desk, and should be consulted for more detailed information.