330.633.11 Developing and Using Logic Models/Theory of Change for Behavioral Health and Violence Prevention Programs
- Mental Health
- Summer Inst. term
- 1 credits
- Academic Year:
- 2017 - 2018
- East Baltimore
- Mon 06/05/2017 - Mon 06/05/2017
- Class Times:
- Monday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Federal, state, and local funders are requiring the inclusion of a logic models and/or theories of change in funding applications for mental and behavioral health programming.
Are you interested in using learning how to use a logic model to build a research or program team from persons with different and sometime contradictory perspectives?
Developing and Using Logic Models/Theory of Change for Behavioral Health and Violence Prevention Programs. Introduces the concept of the logic model/theory of change in the development of programming and in the creation of grant applications. Reviews logic models/theory of change strategies from existing programming related to the prevention of behavioral health problems/violence or the treatment/remediation of behavioral health problems/violence/trauma. Discusses strategies for using the logic model/theory of change to build effective teams.
- Learning Objectives:
- Identify components of logic models for mental and behavioral health programming
- Utilize examples of logic model templates to prepare logic models for mental and behavioral health programming.
- Identify how the development of a logic models can be used as part of the team building process within a service organization.
- Identify how logic models can be incorporated into a grant proposal.
- Methods of Assessment:
50% of grade will be based on participation in the class discussion of the logic models/theory of change providing examples from the student’s experience. 50% of grade will be based on the submission of a logic model after the class.
- Instructor Consent:
No consent required