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JAMA Citation Guide

What is JAMA?

The AMA format (or JAMA),  is widely used for citing sources in medical research. Created by the American Medical Association, the information in this guide is taken from AMA Manual of Style: A Guide for Authors and Editors (11th Edition). For additional guidelines, please consult the AMA Manual available in reference section of the Health Sciences Library or view manual online. 

JAMA Citation Style Quick Reference Guide

Endnote JAMA Output Styles

This is a pre-loaded JAMA citation style for EndNote, correctly formatted for use by UCF COM medical students. 

To add the output styles on EndNote, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Click the file and download the output style to your desktop
  2. Double click on the style which then opens in EndNote
  3. Click File, then click Save as and type your desired name, then click Save