This would be "in press" if you're sure it's going to be included.Publication Type:*
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/Abstracts (Other than Published)
Statuses: Submitted, Provisional Accepted, Accepted or In-Press
Peer Reviewed Book Chapter
Peer Reviewed Online Publication
Non Peer Reviewed Online Publication
I like mathemagician's idea.I am in the same situation, and have decided to list mine under "Book Chapter, Published" and noting "in press" in the description. It's silly that ERAS does not have a section for book chapters in print. Writing a freakin' textbook chapter warrants more recognition than being included in the "Experiences" section.
Does anyone have any new thoughts on this? I am in need of an answer as well. It seems like people have been putting it in "Peer Reviewed Book Chapter" or "Other Articles." I am leaning toward the latter. Also, if the textbook will be published at a future (but unknown) date, then what date should be selected?But... when you put 2010 for year, it keeps telling me to put another year! Anyone else have this problem?
I had this quandary last year. I believe I went with Peer Reviewed Book Chapter and then indicated in press/2012 as the publish year. In the end, it's not a huge deal where you put it (unless you completely miscategorized it) because the person who reads it will obviously know the intent behind it.In my case, I was doing research for a physician who was invited by another colleague to contribute to a textbook. The task was then offered to me.
Now to figure out how to list it on ERAS...