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Logic Models in MYAP: Web-based teleconference. May 20, 10-11 am May 21, 1:30-2:30 pm. Instructors: Ellen Taylor-Powell and Jennifer Leahy University of Wisconsin-Extension-Cooperative Extension. Learning objectives. Increased understanding of logic models

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logic models in myap web based teleconference

Logic Models in MYAP: Web-based teleconference

May 20, 10-11 am

May 21, 1:30-2:30 pm

Instructors: Ellen Taylor-Powell and Jennifer Leahy

University of Wisconsin-Extension-Cooperative Extension

learning objectives
Learning objectives
  • Increased understanding of logic models
  • Increased ability to create a logic model for your MYAP

How we will proceed today

  • Discuss slides
  • Questions and interaction
  • Examples
what is a logic model
What is a logic model?

It’s your roadmap

  • Description of a program
  • Graphic representation of what is expected to be achieved and how it is expected to work
    • Called “program theory” or “program action”
  • Sequence of steps; a logical chain of if-then relationships that link investments to activities to results.
everyday logic model
Everyday Logic Model

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slide6
Logic model of this web training

OUTCOMES

Short Medium Long-term

INPUTS

OUTPUTS

slide7
Whether we realize it or not we are logic modeling all the time.

Logic models can be applied to almost anything we do or are engaged in.

It is just putting ‘structure’ to a way of thinking…a graphic representation of our mental processes that focus on achieving outcomes.

slide9

CDC: Logic Model for Reducing Youth Initiation

Outcomes

Inputs

Activities

Outputs

Initial

Long-term

Intermediate

State Health

Department

and Partners

Youth are exposed to

anti-tobacco/pro-health

messages and fewer

pro-tobacco messages

Counter

marketing*

Increased knowledge,

awareness, and skills,

and changes in attitudes

Reduced initiation

among youth

Students receive

tobacco prevention

education in school

School-based

prevention*

Smoking is

de-normalized

Youth advocacy

groups are formed;

youth are mobilized

Community

mobilization*

Reduced tobacco-

related morbidity

and mortality

Tobacco sales to

minors are restricted

and enforced

Decreased access

Decreased tobacco-

related disparity

Policy and

regulatory

action*

Increased price

on cigarettes

through tax

*Targeted to disparate populations

dph logic model coalition based tobacco control a ctivities reach short term intermediate long term
DPH Logic model: Coalition-Based Tobacco ControlActivities ReachShort-Term Intermediate Long-Term
regardless of format what do logic models have in common
Regardless of format, what do logic models have in common?
  • They show activities that lead to outcomes
  • They show a chain of outcomes: short, medium, long-term
  • They show relationships/connections that make sense (are logical). Arrows are used to show the connections (the if-then relationships)
  • They are understandable – communicate easily

A picture is worth a thousand words

seems like a lot of work why do these logic models
Seems like a lot of work…why do these logic models?
  • Let’s hear from coalition coordinators:
logic models in myap
Logic models in MYAP

Start at the end

  • How will tobacco use look different in 2006?

= Long Term Outcome (s)

Then, fill in the steps – lay out the logical connections - that will achieve the long-term outcome(s)

  • What are the shorter term outcomes that must be achieved to order to reach your ultimate goal?

= Year 1 Objective(s) and Year 2 objectives

  • What do you need to do in order to achieve those outcomes?

= Strategies/Activities

slide14
Creating your MYAP logic model

START AT THE END

OUTCOMES

Year 1 objectives Year 2 Year 3

INPUTS

OUTPUTS

Chain of outcomes

slide15
Examples of short-term outcomes:
  • Examples of medium-term outcomes:
  • Examples of long-term outcomes:

Changes in people – the community

slide16

Logic Model: Smoke Free Workplaces in My County (from your planning workbook)

Single priority area

Inputs Activities Reach Outcomes

Short-term Intermediate Long-term

Assess workplace tobacco policies and practices

Coalition

Time

Dollars

Partners

Including youth

Adherence to smoke-free policies

# worksites that go smokefree

Changes in knowledge and attitudes about ETS

Identify workplaces to target

Workplace owners

Community ordinance/

standard

Unions

Organize and implement strategy for targeted worksites

Change in support of smoke-free workplace standards

Workers; union members

Increased support for smoke-free worksites

WTCB Goal: By 2005, 90% of workplaces will establish smoke-free environments

Build community support for smoke-free worksites

Public

slide17

Logic Model: Multi-Year Tobacco-Free Plan

Multiple priority areas

Inputs Activities ReachOutcomes

Short Medium Long-term

Elected officials

Increased policy maker support

CIA ordinances implemented, enforced

Changes in knowledge and attitudes about tobacco and ETS

Coalition

Time

Dollars

Partners

including youth

Organize and implement CIA campaign

Public

Increased public support

Employees, employers, unions

Increased knowledge and skills to screen and refer

Increased referrals and counseling

Health care providers, WIC providers

Organize and implement strategy for promoting cessation

Increased smoking cessation

Increased awareness about cessation services

Smokers; tobacco users

Increased use of services

Youth smokers

Increased youth advocacy

Organize and implement strategy to prevent youth smoking

Other youth

Reduction in youth smoking

Change in knowledge and attitudes

Change in policies

Parents, schools, etc.

Adherence to policy

slide19
TIPS

Create a single logic model that shows all priority areas OR create separate logic models for each priority area

Keep logic model simple

  • clearly communicates what you hope to accomplish and how you will accomplish it

Show all major linkages – connections

Check: Does your logic model make sense?

Does it show a meaningful initiative?

assumptions
Assumptions
  • You’ve done your homework: logic model is based on situational analysis and involvement of key stakeholders in identification of desired outcomes
  • Logic model, if not created by the coalition, is understood and has commitment of the coalition
how to create a logic model on your computer in msword
How to create a logic model on your computer: In MSWord
  • Using the “Draw Table” function
    • Draw one box and use columns and rows as necessary
    • Table options (such as borders, merge cells) can be found under “Table” in the menu bar
    • Can also use the table button at the top of the page. This will automatically create a table of the size you want
    • Can use Drawing Toolbar at the bottom of the page to draw arrows
how to create a logic model on your computer
How to create a logic model on your computer

Create a table in Word…

  • Use the “Draw Table” function in Word
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How to create a logic model on your computer: In MSWord

2. Using text boxes

  • Use text box button in the drawing toolbar
  • Add arrows using the arrow button in the drawing toolbar
  • Auto Shapes also provide valuable tools for designing your logic model
how to create a logic model on your computer in powerpoint
How to create a logic model on your computer: In PowerPoint

3. In Powerpoint; under format

  • Choose ‘Slide Layout ‘
    • Apply Table layout
    • Double click to add table on slide
    • Follow menu; functions much like table function in MSWord or add text boxes within the table