Najafi, T. F., Ebrahimipour, H., & Roudsari, R. L. (2020). Developing a supportive care plan for women during labor based on the logic model. Journal of Midwifery & Reproductive Health, 8(3), 1–10. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.22038/jmrh.2020.42664.1497 This article shares a supportive care plan using a logic model. It also explains how to use a logic model. They developed a supportive care plan as a holistic program that could be implemented instead of the existing programs.
Ebenso, B., Manzano, A., Uzochukwu, B., Etiaba, E., Huss, R., Ensor, T., Newell, J., Onwujekwe, O., Ezumah, N., Hicks, J., & Mirzoev, T. (2019). Dealing with context in logic model development: Reflections from a realist evaluation of a community health worker programme in Nigeria. Evaluation and Program Planning, 73, 97–110. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1016/j.evalprogplan.2018.12.002 This article describes the process of developing a logic model as part of an ongoing realist evaluation of community health workers. It also explains an experience of developing a logic model within an ongoing realist evaluation, which assesses the extent to which, and under what circumstances, a community health workers (CHW) program promotes access to maternity services in Nigeria.
Calley, N. G. (2010). Program development in the 21st century: An evidence-based approach to design, implementation, and evaluation. SAGE Publications. Read Chapter 5, pages 147-154. This section discusses the need and importance of the logic model. It also provides examples of the logic model.
Khajeei, D., Smith, D., Kachur, B., & Abdul, N. (2019). Sexuality re-education program logic model for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI): Synthesis via scoping literature review. Sexuality & Disability, 37(1), 41–61. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1007/s11195-018-09556-1 This article discusses the utilized logic model to develop/explore the effects of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and investigate the components of a sexuality re-education program.