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Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences : Citing Sources

A guide to online and print resources in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.

Fall 2018 Training

Our Fall citation management workshop season is over, but there will be more workshops in the spring. Check this page for updates. 

The workshops have covered Endnote, RefWorks, Zotero, Mendeley, and a general Introduction to Citation Management to help you choose the best tool for you. These tools make it easier to create your bibliography and keep track of your references. 

If you were unable to sign up for a workshop this fall, Contact me, Kathy Herrlich. I can send you a recording of a webinar if one is available for the workshop of your choice.

Citing Your Sources

International Committee of Medical Journal Editors Uniform Requirements

   ICMJE citation style:  According to the ICMJE requirements listed at this URL (part of the NLM web site), the Annals of Internal Medicine and JAMA both follow ICMJE citation style.  Here's how to select ICMJE in each of three citation tools,supported by the University Libraries:

  • Endnote: you can choose and save either Annals of Internal Medicine or JAMA (see notes above) from the drop-down list (upper left in Endnote) to be your preferred citation style. 
  • Refworks: look under Bibliography on the menu bar and go to Output Style Manager to select "Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals" as your citation style.
  • Zotero: go to Preferences, click on the CITE tab; under Style Manager, click on Get Additional Styles, and type JAMA. Add JAMA to your list of citation styles.

Citations and Endnotes

See the new page on citations and bibliographies to learn about on managing your citations using one of these tools: Endnote, RefWorks or Zotero.

Exporting from Cochrane Database to Endnote

AMA Style

Subject Guide

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