If you are unable to find the style in EndNote's Online Database, try searching your journals website under Author Guidelines. Sometimes they will include a style that you can download. If not, you may need to modify an existing style.
To Edit an EndNote Style:
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- Most biomedical journals follow the AMA style so it's easiest to work from the JAMA template to modify a style. Start by selecting JAMA in EndNote. Do this by clicking on the Edit menu, and Select Another Style. Choose JAMA.
- In EndNote, go to Edit, Output Styles, Edit "JAMA".
The style template will open. You can make dozens of changes to a style but you should only need to make a few.
Video Instructions: https://youtu.be/8ZFPsTISW5k