Presented by the Brown Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies and Advance-CTR
Logic Models are a tool for conceptualizing the relationships between short-term outcomes produced by programs, intermediate system impacts, and long-term goals. In this session, Judy Kimberly, PhD, Evaluation Director for Brown’s Division of Biology and Medicine, provides a general overview of logic models and how they can be used for evaluating research and training programs and projects.
Participants will learn how there should be a clear line between the logic model, the problem statement, approach (aims, methods, target population), and impact as required by the FOA/PA. The training will also show participants how to include these models in their proposals.
Participants may bring their Research Strategy and Specific Aims sections if they have specific questions they would like addressed.
Details: February 12, 2019 from 3-4:30 p.m. at the Sciences Library, Room 315. The training is free but registration is required as space is limited. Register here.