American Medical Association (AMA) Style, 11th Edition
Scholarly sources that are retrievable (i.e. journal articles through the college library databases) are listed at the end of the project, in the order in which they were introduced in the body of the paper. Number them with arabic numerals, 1, 2, 3...
Unretrievable materials that haven't been accepted for publication, or personal communications (oral, written, or email) are cited parenthetically in the body of the project.
In the body of the paper, use an arabic numeral superscript after the author(s), or after the passage that you are citing. For example:
AMA style example
Svensson-Raskh A, Schandl A, Holdar U, Olsén MF, Nygren-Bonnier M. “I Have Everything to Win and Nothing to Lose”: Patient Experiences of Mobilization Out of Bed Immediately After Abdominal Surgery. Physical Therapy. 2020;100(12):2079-2089. doi:10.1093/ptj/pzaa168
Delft LMM van, Bor P, Valkenet K, Slooter AJC, Veenhof C. The Effectiveness of Hospital in Motion, a Multidimensional Implementation Project to Improve Patients’ Movement Behavior During Hospitalization. Physical Therapy. 2020;100(12):2090-2098. doi:10.1093/ptj/pzaa160
Lewis J, McAuliffe S, O'Sullivan P, Whiteley R. "Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy After COVID-19: Time for a New 'Normal'" Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy 2021; 51(1) 0190-6011 doi:10.2519/jospt.2021.0102
This resource discusses references page formatting style according to the American Medical Association (AMA). AMA style was developed by the American Medical Association for the purpose of writing medical research.