Logic Models help link activities, outcomes and goals of large-scale change efforts and provide a rationale for an organization’s existing activities. They also help plan new approaches to achieve an organization’s goals and can assist in evaluating changes that have been implemented.

List of methods/tools

Logic model development guide

W.K. Kellogg Foundation (2004). Logic model development guide. Retrieved from

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Logic models in public health

Public Health Centers for Excellence (2015). Logic models in public health. Retrieved from

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Logic models: Templates, examples, bibliography

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Program Development and Evaluation (n.d.). Logic models: Templates, examples, bibliography. Retrieved from

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Pleins feux sur : modèle logique – un outil de planification et d’évaluation

Santé publique Ontario (2016). Pleins feux sur : modèle logique – un outil de planification et d’évaluation. Retrieved from Santé publique Ontario:

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