When citing information from a book chapter, the citation will include information about the book chapter as well as the entire book. Make sure you have included all of the required elements.
1. Author(s). Note: List each chapter author's last name and initials as Author, A. A., Author, B. B., & Author, C. C. Use an ampersand (&) before the final author's name.
3. Title of the chapter. Note: For works that are part of a greater whole (e.g. articles, chapter), use sentence case. Only the first word of the title and subtitle and proper nouns are capitalized.
4. In Editor(s), Note: List each editor's last name and initials as A. A. Editor, B. B. Editor, & C. C. Editors, include (Ed.) or (Eds.) in parentheses, and end with a comma.
5. Title of the book Note: For works that stand alone (e.g. books, reports), italicize the title. Only capitalize the first word of the title and subtitle and any proper nouns.
7. Publisher. Note: You do not need to include the publisher location or databases where you retrieved it.
Simonds, B. (2012). Methodists (Wesleyans). In Taylor, E.J. (Ed.), Religion: A clinical guide for nurses (pp. 197-203).
Springer Publishing Company, LLC.