This Avon Primary Care Research Collaborative (APCRC) seminar is presented by Neil Riley and Jiri Chard, Senior Analytical Leads, Operational Research and Evaluation, NHS England.
Logic models are typically used in strategy or programme evaluations to help develop a ‘theory of change’. Used to identify short, medium and long term outcomes that are linked to key activities, they are useful tools to help engage stakeholders, communicate plans and focus the evaluation.
Neil and Jiri will be talking about why the Operational Research and Evaluation Team within NHS England are using logic modelling approaches, how these have been rolled out to local systems through the new care models, RightCare and other national programmes and some of the learning from this. They will also talk a little about he role of Operational Research and Evaluation in NHS England.