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Tackling evaluation: applying a programme logic model to community rehabilitation for adults with brain injury.

Authors
  • Letts, L
  • Dunal, L
Type
Published Article
Journal
Canadian journal of occupational therapy. Revue canadienne d'ergothérapie
Publication Date
Dec 01, 1995
Volume
62
Issue
5
Pages
268–277
Identifiers
PMID: 10152882
Source
Medline
License
Unknown

Abstract

Programme evaluation has become an important component of many rehabilitation initiatives in both institutional and community environments. Of key importance is a need for information on developing an evaluation framework to determine and address programme processes and outcomes. This paper presents a programme logic model used to guide the evaluation of a community rehabilitation programme for adults with brain injury. Programme logic models are visual models that provide a framework to organize and integrate information about programme inputs, processes and outcomes. The model is also used in this programme to incorporate the client-centred values of the programme. It was developed through the consensus of the entire team, and was used to plan implementation and outcome evaluations. A similar programme logic model will be useful to occupational therapists and other health care professionals planning programme evaluations of their services.

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