TYPE SHORT TITLE IN ALL CAPS 2
Title in Upper and Lower Case
Chamberlain College of Nursing
Course Number: Course Name
Term Month and Year
Running head: TYPE SHORT TITLE IN ALL CAPS 1
TYPE SHORT TITLE IN ALL CAPS 3
Title of your Paper in Upper and Lower Case (Centered, not Bold)
Type your introduction here and remove the instructions. Although the first paragraph after the paper title is the introduction, no heading labeled “Introduction” is used. Refer to your assignment guidelines for the headings to be used for the body of the paper. See the APA file in Course Resources for additional writing resources such as the APA Annotated Paper and the Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers.
Level One Paper Heading (Bold and centered)
Begin to type the body of your paper here. Use as many paragraphs as needed to cover the content appropriately.
Level Two Heading (If required) (Bold and starts at left margin)
Type additional content here if a section with a subheading is needed.
Next Level Two Heading
Continue to add support for your purpose.
Level three heading. (If required) (Indented, boldface, uppercase first letter then lowercase with period.) Text follows immediately after the period.
Next Level 1 Heading
Levels of headings will depend on the length and organization of your paper. Use as many headings as necessary to organize your paper. Short papers may only have first-level headings. Longer papers may require more organizational detail. See your APA Manualfor additional instructions on formatting multiple levels of headings.
Papers should end with a conclusion or summary. The assignment directions will specify which is required. It should be concise and contain little or no detail. No matter how much space remains on the page, the references always start on a separate page (insert a page break after the conclusion so that the references will start on a new page).
References (centered, not bold)