HCS 412 Health Promotion WK3-A

 

Logic Models

For this assignment, you will create a logic model for a  health-related program. You may create a fictitious program “from  scratch” for your model or you can base it on a pre-existing program. If  you select a pre-existing program, you are encouraged to consider  choosing a program or initiative that you are familiar with or involved  in (e.g. a program at your workplace, a community volunteer organization  initiative, a program at your child’s school, etc.) Your logic model  must be unique, created by you specifically for this assignment, and may  not be based on an already-existing logic model for a program. Note  that there is no one “correct” format for a logic model. The readings  provide various templates and examples of what a logic model can look  like. Consider using the exercises in the W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide (Links to an external site.)  (2006) to inform your own process. Your logic model must contain at  least the three basic components of logic models (inputs, outputs, and  outcomes; as described in Figure 12.1 in the textbook), but should also  incorporate as many additional components as necessary to fully describe  the logic of your program. You may choose to do this assignment as a written paper or as a screencast presentation.
 

 In a four to five double-spaced paper or an approximately eight minute  presentation (one page/slide of which must be the actual logic model  diagram):

  • Describe the health-related program for which you are creating the logic model
  • Create a logic model for your selected health-related program
  • Specify which program components are included in each section of the model
  • Outline the forward logic (moving forward from the activities) and  reverse logic (moving backwards from the effects) of your model (see  CHD, 2014 from our readings for more details on this)
  • Justify the logic and order of each component included in the model
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