It is a good idea to always begin with an outline of the information you eventually want to turn into a full document.

Proposal Narrative Draft Outline

It is a good idea to always begin with an outline of the information you eventually want to turn into a full document. Writing the narrative of a grant or contract is no different. A draft outline is a tool that can help you organize your thoughts and develop a narrative that is fully descriptive of what you want to write about.

Using the weekly readings, the South University online library resources, and the Internet, research how to write a draft outline. Then, address the following:

  • Prepare a draft outline that highlights what your proposal narrative might look like for your chosen public health FOA.

As this is an outline, use bullet points to identify the areas your proposal narrative will address. Be sure to include a title page, an abstract, and a reference page.

Submission Details:

  • Write a 3-5-page paper in Word format, and use APA for citation of sources.
  • On a separate page, cite all sources using the APA format.
  • Use scholarly sources

Note: Use the same public health issue (Obesity) in drafting your outline this week.