This site provides an explanation of and resources for those wanting to apply the RE-AIM framework. The RE-AIM framework is designed to enhance the quality, speed, and public health impact of efforts to translate research into practice in five steps:
Reach your intended target population
Efficacy or effectiveness
Adoption by target staff, settings, or institutions
Implementation consistency, costs and adaptations made during delivery
Maintenance of intervention effects in individuals and settings over time
Among the RE-AIM website features are:
Please send comments and suggestions or your own RE-AIM related work for inclusion on the site to Samantha Harden.
Kessler, Glasgow, Estabrooks.Rapid, Relevant Research for Scientists and Practitioners: RE-AIM in Designing and Evaluating Primary Care Programs and Policies NAPCRG Talk. November 2013
Webinar, Oct. 21, 2013 from 2-3pm: PRECIS: How to Enhance Transparency and Reporting for Dissemination and Implementation Glasgow, R. Webinar Oct 21, 2013 from 2-3 ET
Physical Activity Interventions Among Hispanics: A RE-AIM Review
Harden, SM, et al.
International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
What Types of Evidence Do We Need to Produce Relevant and Sustainable Interventions??
Medical University of South Carolina
Goode AD, Eakin EG. Dissemination of an evidence-based telephone-delivered lifestyle intervention: factors associated with successful implementation and evaluation.Transl Behav Med. 2013 Dec;3(4):351-356.
Huye HF, Connell CL, Crook LB, Yadrick K, Zoellner J.Using the RE-AIM Framework in Formative Evaluation and Program Planning for a Nutrition Intervention in the Lower Mississippi Delta. J Nutr Educ Behav. 2013 Nov 1. pii: S1499-4046(13)00630-1. doi: 10.1016/j.jneb.2013.09.006. [Epub ahead of print]
Lane A, Murphy N, Bauman A. An effort to 'leverage' the effect of participation in a mass event on physical activity. Health Promot Int. 2013 Nov 13 [Epub ahead of print].