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AMA Style - 10th edition

Examples and information on how to create bibliographies and format student papers in the style of the American Medical Association's Manual of Style.
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Stephanie Wiegand
Associate Professor
Michener Library 109 (Main Floor)
(970) 351-1534

Stephanie Wiegand
My name is Stephanie Wiegand and I am the Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Northern Colorado. I work with students and faculty in Sport & Exercise Science, Nursing, Audiology & Speech Language Sciences, Community Health Education, Gerontology, Human Services, Nutrition & Dietetics, Recreation, Tourism & Hospitality, and Rehabilitation Counseling & Sciences
Do you have an AMA Style question? Not sure if I can help you with your question? There's only one way to find out - ASK! Please note: If you have specific questions about AMA citations or formatting, I am happy to help you find answers. I am unable to help you proofread your bibliography or answer writing questions.


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