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Logic Model for Evaluating Knowledge-Sharing Activities - NCCHPP Internal Tool
This working tool guides the evaluation of the NCCHPP's knowledge-sharing activities. We are making it publicly available in order to contribute to further reflection and discussion on knowledge sharing.
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Knowledge sharing lies at the heart of the NCCHPP's mandate. One of the results of our reflections has been the development of a logic model representing both the process and the expected potential outcomes of our knowledge-sharing activities. This logic model is a first step in guiding the evaluation of our knowledge-sharing activities, in that it breaks down the various aspects to be evaluated and thus helps to develop the corresponding indicators.

This tool has been developed in response to our own needs. We expect it to evolve as we continue to reflect upon and gain further experience in knowledge sharing. We have nevertheless decided to make the logic model publicly available in its current form as it may resonate with others who are exploring similar issues or undertaking similar evaluation processes. It is our hope that this tool will contribute to further reflection and discussion in this regard.

Logic Model for Evaluating Knowledge-Sharing Activities
- NCCHPP Internal Tool

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Guide for Developing a Knowledge-Sharing Plan - NCCHPP Internal Tool

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