This workshop will cover basic components of logic models and you will learn how to develop one for your program.
Hemlock Room, 4th Floor
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