Developing a Theory of Change for a Complex Programme: a Systematic Framework for Ensuring the Delivery of Outcomes in a New Wellbeing Hub for the Nantlle Valley

Cher Lewney*, Mary Lynch, Elizabeth Mason, Llinos Haf Spencer

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

The scoping review is looking to identify examples where a Theory of Change has been used to support the design and delivery of a complex programme of change across multiple public and third sector partners.

The purpose is to understand the contribution that the Theory of Change has made in practice to the project; which other theories or programme delivery mechanisms have been used alongside the Theory of Change and the limitations in terms of the contribution a Theory of Change can make, and the impact it can have.

The primary research phase of the study will engage project stakeholders and residents of the Nantlle Valley to collaborate in the design of Theory of Change diagrams to define objectives and intended ways of working in the delivery of the Hub.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherWales School for Social Prescribing Research
Publication statusPublished - 25 Sep 2020
Externally publishedYes

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