Science at the heart of medicine

Faculty Development Event

Logic Models

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018

Time: 10:00 AM To 12:00 PM

Location: Forchheimer, Ed Center 2A-B

Event Description:
A logic model is a powerful tool that can be used to support the design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of your program or intervention. In addition, it is increasingly viewed as a key component of a successful grant proposal. Logic models graphically illustrate the theory of a program by showing the connections between your available resources, planned activities, and the results (short-, intermediate, and long-term) that you expect to achieve. During this session, Dr. Burton will assist the participants in constructing a logic model based on an appropriate antibiotic use case. Learning objectives for the workshop: - Define a logic model - Describe the benefits of using a logic model - Describe the standard elements of a logic model - Build a logic model using the provided case

Target Audience:
Due to space constraints, participation in workshops sponsored by the Office of Faculty Development is limited to individuals with faculty appointments at the medical school. Thank you for understanding.

Speaker:
William B. Burton, Ph.D.

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