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2017 Logic Models & Evaluation

Workshop developed for HEAL Initiative grantees. Presented in June 2015. Walks through the steps of creating a program logic model around an objective that addresses healthy eating or active living.
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Transcript of 2017 Logic Models & Evaluation

LOGIC MODELS & EVALUATION
LOGIC MODELS & EVALUATION
Questions:
h
b
c
Learning Objectives:
1. Give an example of how logic models could be useful
to your organization
2. Summarize the cause and effect relationships
represented in a logic model
3. Explain the difference between an output and an
impact in a logic model
4. Produce one complete line of a logic model based
upon your organization’s HEAL proposal
5. Discuss the connection between an evaluation plan
and the logic model

Go to the store > Not be hungry
Go to the store > Buy food > Make dinner > Eat dinner > Not be hungry
A visual representation of
If – Then
relationships
that lead to desired outcomes
Logic Model
Examples:
Objectives
Kids should
eat better
School lunch
5% more kids
eating school
lunch
Partner with
experts, Pilot
Marketing
Theory &
Presentation
By June
2018
By June 2018, the ABC program will be piloted
in 1 LCPS school to increase school lunch participation by using marketing techniques and partnering with culinary experts on food presentation.
SMART Objective:
Outcomes:
Disease prevalence
HEAL goals
Impact
Physical activity
Eating V/Fs
Engagement
Policies adopted
Infrastructure
completed
Outputs
Multiple health
benefits
Youth walk or
bike to school
Cognitive
knowledge
attitudes
beliefs
values
self-efficacy
expectations
Capabilities
Skills
Social
norms
social support
reinforcement
Structural
access to resources,
policies,
organizational climate
Behaviors
Environment
Self-determination
Perceived social support
Social reinforcement
Self-efficacy
Perceived barriers
Activities
Education
Advocacy
Marketing
Train/teach
Deliver services
Assessment

Develop product/resources
Network
Build partnerships
Facilitate
Work with media

Inputs
XYZ NGO
Program Resources
Community Assets
S
pecific
M
easurable
A
chievable
R
ealistic
T
ime-bound
Gather theory data
Build an app with
gamefication
Incorporate theory
Pilot the app
Potential funding source
Expertise: Theory, mHealth,
adolescents, SRTS
PiLR data system
UTEP Academic
Technologies
App Logic Model
SMART Objective:
By January 2017, an app that incorporates theoretical components to influence walking & biking to school will be pilot tested in middle school students in the Paso del Norte region.
Outcome
:
Multiple health benefits
Impact
:
More youth participate in school lunch
Youth eat more V/Fs
Output
:
Subjective norms
Perceived social support
Perceived benefits
Social reinforcement
Cues to action
Activities
:
Announce names of winners across school
Provide cash prize if ate V/Fs
Provide cash prize to neighbors if ate V/Fs
Input
:
Funding
Support of district
Support of principal
Access to AV system
Coordinator
Marketing expertise
Theoretical expertise
Outcome
:
Multiple health benefits
Impact
:
Youth eat more V/Fs
Output
:
Access
Appreciation
Knowlege
- gardening
- nutrition
Willingness to try F/V
Activities
:
Education
gardening techniques
nutrition
Guided gardening
Recruitment/
Follow-up
Input
:
$
Curricula
CHWs
Garden
Scenario
:
Your organization is planning a program that will include a community garden.
Instructions
:
In groups of 6-8, organize the components
into the appropriate steps of the logic model.
What does evaluation mean to your organization? Please make a short list on the icebreaker sheet in your folder.
Caveats
Logical, but linear
Add values
Add feedback loops
Requires consistent use
of definitions
Many variations to the
method exist - don't get
overwhelmed!
Evaluate logic
Pair
Share
Feedback
W
WHAT?
What happened?
What did you notice?
What facts or observations stood out?
Why is that important?
What patterns or conclusions
are emerging?
What hypotheses can I make?
What actions make sense?
3
SO WHAT?
NOW WHAT?
XYZ NGO
Outcome
:
Multiple health benefits
Impact
:
Youth eat more V/Fs
Output
:
Access
Appreciation
Knowlege
- gardening
- nutrition
Willingness to try F/V
Activities
:
Education
gardening techniques
nutrition
Guided gardening
Recruitment/
Follow-up
Input
:
$
Curricula
CHWs
Garden
Finish the logic model!
aredelfs@pdnihl.org
(915) 747-6449

wifi: PDNHF-AP 7193468291
Outcome
:
~MULTIPLE HEALTH BENEFITS~

Change in epidemiological or disease states
Impact
:
Participant behaviors, environmental changes or policy changes
Output
:
Factors that influence behavior. May be internal (psychosocial) or environmental.
Activities
:
Things WE DO in the program
Inputs:
Program resources and community assets that are used to support program activities
Logic Model Components
Logic Model
Objectives
Inputs
Activities
Outputs
Impacts
Outcomes
A visual representation of
If – Then
relationships that lead to desired outcomes
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Time-Bound
Program resources and community assets that are used to support activities
Things WE do in the program
Factors that influence behavior. Internal/environmental
Participant behaviors, environmental changes, policies
Change in epidemiological or disease states
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