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AMA 11 Websites, Blogs, & Social Media (Section 3.15.3)

How to cite websites AMA 11 style

Example of website citation (3.15.3):

  1. Caring for someone sick at home. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Updated April 14, 2020. Accessed April 24, 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/care-for-someone.html

Examples of social media citations (3.15.4):

  1. Ehrhardt A. New edition, new rules. AMA Style Insider blog. February 28, 2020. Accessed April 24, 2020. https://amastyleinsider.com/2020/02/28/new-edition-new-rules/
  2. @AMAManual. The impact that the current pandemic has on the English language can be explored by looking at corpus keywords over the past few months. In March, the top twenty keywords from our new monitor corpus were ALL related to the coronavirus. April 20, 2020. Accessed April 24, 2020. https://twitter.com/OED/status/1252397904074928128?s=20
  3. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Facebook page. When 3-year-old Luis became a patient at St. Jude, his godmother, Jenny, knew how to help his family. Her son, Dionisio, began treatment at St. Jude when he was 2 years old. Now, seven years later, Dionisio remains cancer-free. “Thanks to St. Jude, my son is alive today,” said Jenny. “And we're able to show Luis' family what hope looks like." April 21, 2020. Accessed April 25, 2020. https://www.facebook.com/stjude