Logic Modeling for Planning, Implementing, Evaluating, and Communicating Results From an Organizational Oral-Health Literacy Project

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By: Marcia Ditmyer Published: 2017 | Product: SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2
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A logic model is a graphic depiction of identified relationships between resources, activities, outputs, and outcomes of a project. It displays a sequence of actions that describes what the researchers plan to do and how investments link to results. In this project, we used the Taylor-Powell and Henert (2008) concept, which has five core components: (1) inputs that include resources and investments; (2) outputs that include activities and services; (3) outcomes that include short-term, mid-term, and long-term results or changes for individuals, groups, and organizations; (4) basic assumptions about the project; and (5) external factors in the environment that could potentially affect the project. This case provides an account of how we used this logic model for our project, whose aim was to assess oral-health ...

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