This workshop will cover basic components of logic models and you will learn how to develop one for your program.

Format:In person
All staff
Where:13450 102 Avenue, Surrey BC
Hemlock Room, 4th Floor
When:Thursday, November 29, 2018
08:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Are you going to plan or evaluate a Fraser Health program (including initiatives, interventions, and processes)?

A logic model is the core of program planning and evaluation. It illustrates what the program is planned to do and accomplish. A logic model is a tool used to facilitate transparency during the planning/evaluation process, anticipate unintended consequences and guide the selection of outcomes.

After attending this session, you will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose and use of logic models
  • Describe how logic models are used to guide program planning and evaluation
  • Describe the characteristics of effective logic models
  • Write a SMART objective for your program to guide development of the logic model
  • Describe the purpose of using indicators for measurement
  • Identify criteria for designing, appraising or choosing indicators
  • Apply indicators to help measure outcomes for evaluation or quality improvement purposes
  • Develop a basic logic model for a program

Contact the organizer

Camille Viray

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