Logic Model 1 Tobacco Control (Strategic Level)
A logic model is a visual tool to represent inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes. It displays a convincing picture of what you are trying to achieve that shows the links between your intended inputs, activities, outputs and outcomes.
Logic model 1 is a nested logic model which shows the outcomes of a sustained policy of tobacco control.
On the far left are links to other logic models for smoking prevention, smoking cessation and Health protection. Logic Model 1 shows the outcomes of these interventions. In a very large table next to this are the outcomes.
The outcomes table has 3 columns marked (left to right) Intermediate, Long-term and National.
Intermediate column has 2 columns . In each column are 3 numbered boxes one above the other and arrows lead from those in the left column to those on the right and in some cases to boxes above and below.
Clicking on any of the boxes will take you through to the evidence that supports these
The following numbers will take you to each box.
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The second column long-term outcomes and is a vertical column of 4 boxes detailing the outcomes from interventions and intermediate outcomes.
The following numbers will take you to each box.
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Column 3 is National Outcomes, the farthest, resulting impact of tobacco control.
It is a vertical column of 4 boxes.
The following numbers
will take you to each box.
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