Faculty Development

Logic Models

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018  Save to Calendar

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.

William B. Burton, Ph.D.

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