The 10th edition of the American Medical Association Manual of Style online contains everything medical and scientific researchers, writers, and editors need to produce well-organized, clear, readable, and authoritative manuscripts.
The Library has access to the full online manual. With this interactive edition, users can annotate their online manuals, bookmark, prepare style sheets, and save searches. The next edition (11th) is planned for February 2020. At that time, we will update the AMA LibGuide accordingly.
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You need to cite when:
When in doubt, cite. If there is a question in your mind about whether you need to cite a reference, you should.
Please note: Some browsers may show italicized text as underlined. When preparing bibliographies based on any of the formats addressed by this series, italics are specified, and should be used.
Certain items might not need to be cited: