While importing a reference is generally more accurate than manually adding one, not all imported references will be correct. If your EndNote is set on the correct JAMA output style, but your citation is not displaying correctly, check your reference for one of the common editing issues covered below or contact the Maguire Medical Library for further assistance.
Smith, J T (A space is required between two initials to render names properly in JAMA style) Jane Jones (EndNote will render a full name [entered: First Last] in the correct JAMA style)
YES: Centers for Disease Control, >> Centers for Disease Control NO: Centers for Disease Control >> Control, CFD
Sentence Case Title: Citation formatting examples in EndNote
YEAR Field: Publication Year (If Publication Year is unknown, use ACCESS DATE Year) DATE Field: Month & Day published (Not Required) ACCESS DATE Field: Month/Day/Year accessed online (Not Required unless YEAR Field is unknown)