Anderson, K. R., & Omodior, O. (2020). A BDI Public Health Logic Model Approach to recreation programming. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. This paper illustrates the benefit of using a logic model for a program assessment.
Chen, H. T., Pan, H. L. W., Morosanu, L., & Turner, N. (2018). Using logic models and the action model/change model schema in planning the learning community program: A comparative case study. Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, 33(1), 49–68. This paper provides examples of a logic model, action model, and change model in the context of the design of a learning program.
Jordan, G. B. (2010). A theory-based logic model for innovation policy and evaluation. Research Evaluation, 19(4), 263–273. This paper applies a logical model to the evaluation of programs to increase innovation.
Stasi, S., Spengler, J., Maddock, J., McKyer, L., & Clark, H. (2019). Increasing access to physical activity within low income and diverse communities: A systematic review. American Journal of Health Promotion, 33(6), 933–940. This paper illustrates a community-based action model and a discussion of some studies exploring public health programs.