• Introduction
Looking Underneath: the logic model behind the CPPI
  • What is a logic model?
  • Explaining the logic model that underlies the CPPI framework
  • Thinking backwards - anticipate impacts first
  • Outputs in the CPPI
  • Activities in the CPPI
  • Importance of having a logic model: facilitating planning and evaluation
Taking a Bird's Eye View
  • History of the development of the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact (CPPI)
  • Essential elements of a good pathway to impact
  • How can you use the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact framework?
  • What are the limitations of the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact framework
Taking a Closer Look
  • Explaining the stages of the CPPI from Research to Impact
  • What is co-production, and how is it different at each stage?
  • Stakeholder engagement in the CPPI, how is it different than co-production?
  • Explaining the arrows
Using the CPPI for Planning toward impact
  • Having a plan for working with your co-production partner(s)
  • Working with stakeholders (end users, partners) to inform research questions
  • Informing dissemination products with stakeholder input
  • The importance of engagement for successful uptake
  • Engaging stakeholders for implementation planning
  • Putting it all together – impact literacy and planning for research grants
Using the Co-Produced Pathway to Impact for Evaluation
  • Indicators and research data management
  • Working with stakeholders to inform indicators
  • Engaging stakeholders for evaluating research stage
  • Evaluating products with stakeholder input at the dissemination stage
  • Engaging stakeholders for evaluating uptake
  • Engaging stakeholders for evaluating implementation
  • Engaging stakeholders for evaluating impact(s)
  • Summary
  • Blooper reel #1
  • Blooper reel #2
  • Additional Resources and Tools
  • Check your understanding about the CPPI framework