||[May. 7th, 2006|03:03 pm]
The Question Club
In the interest of delaying working on the project I have due tomorrow, I shall ask a couple questions about it. So, TQC members, I need your opinions.|
The project is a proposal for a health promotion program. Mine is to improve knowledge of osteoporosis in a certain population. It's meant to be written as if we were submitting this for approval and funding for our program.
There are certain sections the professor requires, namely a literature review, the rationale and justification, the program itself, the evaluation of the program (surveys, etc.), and then the appendices. Should I put in a divider sheet in between the sections (what I was thinking was a page that just said "Literature Review," or whatever the section would be? If I do that, does that page get numbered or not?
Also, with the appendices, I have to include all handouts that would be given to the program participants, the surveys, my resume and then the research approval forms from the university. Are those considered separate appendices (Appendix A: Handouts, Appendix B: Survey, etc)?
Thanks TQC, you always help a girl procrastinate!