Session Description: Practitioners use logic models to describe important components of a program; make visible a theory of change; and link activities to intended outcomes. For the purposes of evaluation practice, a well-constructed logic model provides a program-specific foundation for identifying evaluation questions; prioritizing data needs; and translating findings into recommendations for ongoing program improvement. Aimed directly at improving the utility of logic models and quality of evaluation practice in your setting, the workshop addresses two questions:
Sally Honeycutt joined the Emory Prevention Research Center in February 2007 as an Evaluation Specialist. Before coming to Emory, Sally was a member of the Surveillance and Evaluation Team for the Steps to a HealthierUS Program at CDC. She has served as a Maternal and Child Health Educator with the Peace Corps and has experience coordinating health promotion programs both domestically and internationally.