Evolution of the National Institute of Nursing Research logic model for center sustainability
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AbstractBackground: Logic models are tools to evaluate the effectiveness of programs. In 2013, the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) Logic Model for Center Sustainability was developed. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to describe the process of revision and implementation of the NINR Logic Model across a continuum of NINR Exploratory Centers and Centers of Excellence. Methods: The process for incorporating common data elements for symptom, self-management, biomarker science and precision health in the logic model is outlined. Information about the NINR Logic Model was gleaned from the National Institutes of Health Reporter, annual NINR Center Directors meetings, and from individual Center Directors. Findings: Centers utilized the model for funding applications and to guide Core administration, evaluation, Center sustainability, and/or other Center metrics. Discussion: The revised NINR Logic Model for Center Sustainability can be a useful tool for planning and implementing center activities for center impact and sustainability. Copyright 2018 Elsevier Inc.
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