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FSNU 200 Week 5

FSNU 200 Week 5  | Assignment Help | Brandman University

FSNU 200 Week 5  | Assignment Help | Brandman University

Final Paper Outline

Instructions: Develop your outline based on the approved topic and research you began in the Annotated Bibliography. Any standardized outline form is acceptable. This outline should assist you in organizing the progression of your paper and the analysis (roadmap for how the paper will progress). It might be helpful to review the outline material at the Purdue University OWL (On-line Writing Lab) at http://owl.english.purdue.edu/. This is also a useful site for checking your APA formatting. Keep in mind the video on scholarly sources from Week 3 when you completed your annotated bibliography; Scholarly vs. Popular Sources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtjAw4G_FT8

As you work through the outline, carefully consider how the paper will progress and how you will integrate your support where you intend to use it. After you have completed the outline, I recommend reviewing the section to section transitions to ensure that you cover the areas you want to analyze. Be sure to include your references at the end of the outline. Also remember to review the grading rubric for this assignment.

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Malnutrition and Infectious Disease

  1. Introduction
  2. The correlation between malnutrition and infectious disease
  3. Malnutrition
  4. Define the two major types of malnutrition; protein energy malnutrition (PEM) and micronutrient deficiencies; three of the most widespread that relate to infectious disease (Guerrant, Oriá, Moore, Oriá, & Lima, 2008).
  5. Discuss worldwide prevalence (Sanchez & Swaminathan, 2005).
  6. Identify relationship of PEM and micronutrient deficiencies with infectious diseases (Guerrant et al., 2008).
  7. Evaluation of treatment interventions, past and current (Sanchez & Swaminathan, 2005).
  8. Protein energy malnutrition (PEM)
  9. Define PEM (Sanchez & Swaminathan, 2005).
  10. Discuss scope of the problem (Guerrant et al., 2008).
  11. PEM and infectious diseases including; tuberculosis, AIDS/HIV, and malaria (Schaible & Kaufmann, 2007)

III. Micronutrient Deficiencies

  1. Iron
  2. Define deficiency and nutrient role in the body (Kumar & Choudhry, 2010).
  3. Discuss scope of the problem (Kumar & Choudhry, 2010).


  1. Iron deficiency and infectious diseases including; malaria, respiratory diseases, HIV/AIDS, and others (Kumar & Choudhry, 2010).
  2. Vitamin


  1. Define deficiency and nutrient role in the body (Kosek & Oberhelman, 2007).
  2. Discuss scope of the problem (Kosek & Oberhelman, 2007).
  3. Vitamin A deficiency and infectious diseases including; measles, respiratory infections, enteric infections, and others (Kosek & Oberhelman, 2007).
  4. Vitamin


  1. Define deficiency and nutrient role in the body (Watkins, Lemonovich, & Salata, 2015).
  2. Discuss scope of the problem (Watkins, Lemonovich, & Salata, 2015).
  3. Vitamin D deficiency and infectious diseases including; respiratory infections, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, and others (Watkins, Lemonovich, & Salata, 2015).
  4. Treatment strategies
  5. Summarize past and current treatment interventions (Caulfield, Richard, & Rivera, 2006)
  6. Analyze effectiveness (Sanchez & Swaminathan, 2005)
  7. Conclusion
  8. Summary
  9. Implications and possible future research focuses