References should be listed in numerical order at the end of the manuscript.
All Reference examples on this guide are taken from the AMA Manual of Style 11th edition, section 3.0.
Author surname and Initials. Title of article and subtitle. Abbreviated Title of Journal. Year of publication;volume(issue): page numbers. DOI
(If DOI is not available, use the URL of page where you accessed the article.)
Huang W, Lee SL, Lu LX. Mechanistic approaches to predicting oral drug absorption. AAPS J. 2009;11(2):217-224. doi:10.1208/s12248-009-9098-z
Al-Achi A, Kanade AY. Determining sucrose concentration in syrups by pharmaceutical methods. Clin Pharmacol Biopharm. 2019;8(1):188. https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/determining-sucrose-concentration-in-syrups-by-pharmaceutical-methods-108674.html
Drug name. Prescribing information or Package insert. Company; date. Accessed date. URL
Drug name. Page name. Database name. Publisher; published date. Updated date. Accessed date. URL
Author(s) surnames and initials (if given). Title of the specific item cited. Name of website. Date published; Updated date; Accessed date. URL.
Author AA, ed. Title of Book. Edition number. Publisher name; year of publication.
Author(s) of chapter. Title of Chapter. Editor(s) of chapter, eds. Title of Book. Edition number (only include if beyond first). Publisher name; year of publication.