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Citation and Reference Management

Vancouver (also known as Uniform Requirements or ICMJE)

Vancouver style (also referred to as ICMJE and Uniform Requirements Style) is a citation style used heavily in the health and biomedical sciences. Vancouver style uses a number to mark in-text citations, and the reference list is in numerical order according to the order in which the reference appears in the paper. If you reuse a source later in the paper, you keep the same number (e.g., source #3 is always 3, even if you use it again after source #4).

Vancouver Style Guides

Complete Manual

AMA (American Medical Association)

AMA style, by the American Medical Association, is based on Vancouver style. In addition to providing information on how to cite, it is a complete style guide for writing. 

Complete Manual