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  1. University of Illinois UMed Program Logic Model-2013 Outcomes – Impact Short Term Medium Term Long Term (during Med School) (3-7 years post-grad) (10-15 years post grad) Inputs Activities Inter-professional faculty Community-based organizations Grant support Institutional support Theoretical curricular design Student receptivity and diversity Policymakers & Public Health Leaders Admissions: Identify predictive characteristics Increased self-efficacy and cultural awareness in students (Pr,Ad) * Sustainable multi-level change in socio-behavioral determinants of health Choice of training program Design Experiential, situated , Interdisciplinary Curriculum: Seminars Webinars Policy & Advocacy Forum, LCR Recognition of professional social responsibilities (Ad,R,PM) Choice to participate in social & political roles & responsibilities of physicians Increased diversity in the physician workforce Completion of design and successful integration of LCR project (R) Establish & maintain collaborative partnerships with CBOs Commitment to practice in underserved communities Recognition by peers and COM (Pr) Develop & conduct multi-level evaluation design: Survey assessments Focus groups Milestones Increased access to and quality of care due to policy change, advocacy, and leadership Increased self-efficacy and evaluation capacity in CBO members (R ) Physician involvement contributes to community assets Seek & apply for additional funding Increased knowledge and skills in working with CBOs, evaluation, grant-writing & program planning (R, PM) Program outcomes dissemination leading to favorable evaluation of effectiveness Promotion of community health through program development and research Develop manuscripts for publication IMPLEMENTED WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF Societal, political, and institutional pressure to incorporate public health principles into the medical curriculum Medical curriculum lack oftraining in population health Emphasis on active learning within the institution Limited financial resources of a public institution *Pr= Training student to be practitioner Ad= Training student to be advocate R= Training student to be researcher PM= Training student to be policy maker