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Logic Models: what, why, how?

A recent article emphasised the power of using theory to explain why improvement programmes work. When key components of an intervention can be identified and their theoretical contribution to final outcomes understood, causal associations can be identified and tested. Although

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Do theories make knowledge more understandable?

When learning about a new or complex area, it is often difficult to know where to start to make sense of different observations, to identify which components are important, and how to link similar things together. Knowledge itself is often

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