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Annex B - Text Equivalent
Annex B: Renewed Canadian Diabetes Strategy Logic Model
Annex B depicts the Logic Model which identifies linkages and between the components and expected results. A brief summary of the chain of results includes:
Components: federal leadership, coordination and platforms for strategic policy development;
Programs (Activities): surveillance, knowledge development and exchange, community-based programming, social marketing;
Target Groups: high risk populations;
Immediate Results: improved inter-organizational, inter- and intra-sectoral, multi-jurisdictional engagement;
Intermediate Results: increased organizational capacity for surveillance and knowledge development; expanded capacity of practitioners, researchers and policy makers; increased capacity of communities; enhanced capacity of individuals, family, friends and caregivers; healthier pubic policies addressing high risk populations; integrated, evidence-based, responsive systems.
Ultimate Results: decreased risk factors; earlier detection, better management and decreased proportion of Canadians with chronic disease; maintained and enhanced quality of life; decreased personal, social and economic burden of chronic disease for individuals and society.
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