This page offers writing and citing assistance for after you've found the articles, books and other information on your topic.
The majority of the Library's e-resources can generate a single citation for you.
Places to look for the Cite Button or other Citation Tools in E-Resources:
This is a selection of other citation generators & tools that can help you create citations and manage bibliographies. Remember, though, that no online citation generator is 100% accurate. Please be sure to check your citations to make sure that they're correct!
In addition to the AMA handbook (at the Reference Desk), consider exploring these online AMA resources from around the web. Here's the basic citation format for an article from an online journal:
Author(s). Title. Journal Name [using National Library of Medicine abbreviation]. Year; vol(issue no.): inclusive pages. [URL] Accessed [date]. OR doi instead of URL and Accessed date.