How to Develop an Effective Program Logic Model Part 1

10:30am - May 4, 2021 | Timezone: US/Central
South Southwest PTTC
Registration Deadline: May 4, 2021
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How to Develop an Effective Program Logic Model Part 1
Logic models provide valuable insight into a program's effectiveness and impact. In a two-part webinar series, speakers will show participants how to develop a logic model that effectively describes your program and guides its evaluation. The first webinar will provide an overview of logic models and will describe the steps to creating one for a prevention program. The second webinar will be a learning lab that gives participants an opportunity to apply information from the first webinar to craft a logic model using a case study.  
At the completion of the webinar series, participants will have an opportunity to access individualized technical assistance from an evaluator to update their program's logic model.   
So, who should attend? This series is tailor-made for prevention practitioners and community stakeholders in the early stages of developing a logic model and those needing update their program's logic model.
Kyle Barrington, Ph.D., has over 30 years' experience in the field of substance misuse prevention and treatment. His experiences include being a substance abuse counselor, director of a dual-diagnosis hospital unit for adults and youth, director of an emergency shelter for runaway and homeless youth, and evaluator for local and statewide organizations. Dr. Barrington has extensive experience evaluating the impact of alcohol and drug abuse prevention programs and practices. He has five published, peer-reviewed articles, has been quoted in several scholarly articles, and has conducted over 200 program evaluations.
Nicole Schoenborn, MA, CPS, provides evaluation services for the South Southwest Prevention Technology Transfer Center funded by SAMHSA. Nicole is dedicated to building the capacity of the behavioral health workforce to reduce stigma associated with substance use and mental health issues and make data-informed decisions to improve prevention programs. Prior to joining the PTTC Network, Nicole provided training and technical assistance for SAMSHA's CAPT as a state/tribal liaison and was the Service to Science Lead for the Southwest Resource Team. For over 10 years, Nicole managed the evaluation and quality improvement services to community-based organizations, clinics, and prisons across Oklahoma working to prevent HIV and care for those living with the disease. Nicole has a master's in experimental psychology and is a Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) through the International Credentialing and Reciprocity Consortium.