Logic Model – Template and Examples

Description

The logic model describes all elements of the project and how these are linked to anticipated short, mid, and long term outcomes. The core components of the logic model include:
  • ASSUMPTIONS: program start time, care setting, goals of the program
  • RESOURCES: contributions, investments that go into the program
  • OUTPUTS: activities, services, events and products that reach your target population
  • OUTCOMES: results or changes for individuals, groups, communities, organizations, communities, or systems
  • SUSTAINABILITY: Key factors associated with your ability to sustain the program following this funding cycle
  • REPLICABILITY: Key factors associated with your ability to replicate the program in other organizations at the state and national level as well as the potential policy impacts

Audience

Those creating the telehealth project plan, program staff implementing the program, as well as additional stakeholders interested in the outcomes of the project.

Helpful Tips

  • Ideally the logic model is created during program planning, but it can be created at any point during program implementation to better understand program components or as a way to focus an evaluation.
  • Bring together appropriate project staff to collaboratively construct the logic model. Verify the completed model with stakeholders.
  • While developing the logic model, commence with the identification of the overall goal. The balance of the model can be developed using various approaches (i.e., working through the logic model from left to right, right to left, or commencing with activities under the output section).

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