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Logic Models: How, What, and Why

 

​Preferred registration deadline: December 1st

3 CEUs

Nikole Lobb Dougherty, MA
Associate Director, Center for Public Health Systems Science
Brown School

A logic model is a powerful tool. A well-constructed logic model provides a visual representation of how a program or change effort is intended to work, describes important program components, and shows how program activities relate to intended outcomes.

This workshop will help you understand the components of, potential uses, and benefits of logic models. To enhance this understanding we will engage in interactive group activities to highlight the steps involved in developing a logic model. Join us as we practice making logic models. This session will use presentation, group activities, and discussion to reinforce group work.

Class size is limited to 25.

$50 General Admission
$30 Brown School Field Instructors
$10 Full-Time Graduate Students

Effective September 1, 2017, the cost of visitor parking is no longer included in our program registration fees.  
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