Answered By: Lydia Dawe
Last Updated: Jan 13, 2021     Views: 32

The American Medical Association (AMA) style is a citation style commonly used in medical journals. At Notre Dame, it is primarily used by the School of Medicine.

AMA style uses numbered superscripts in the text which refer to numbered entries in the reference list. Reference list entries are listed in order of citation and are numbered, for example:

 

The cat sat on the mat.1

References

1. Suess T. Thoughts about cats. J Cat Psych. 2020:10(2):115-116. doi:10.3uodan11937.33

 

Access the AMA guide using the links below.