We wanted to follow up regarding the question on the operationalization of the RE-AIM dimensions.  We are providing here a number of references that you might find helpful for this. Please feel free to circulate to others if you think appropriate:

We have organized these into three ‘sections’:  

1) Methods guidance on the comprehensive use of RE-AIM; 

2) Pragmatic real-world applications of RE-AIM- what you have; and 

3) Other resources – largely on-line and living documents

A final note before this list – these days we are almost always recommending applying PRISM/RE-AIM to include the contextual factors that impact RE-AIM outcomes as we described it and also detailed in McCreight et al paper attached here as well.

1. Methods Guidance on Applying RE-AIM:

2. Pragmatic Examples and guidance on real-world operationalization of RE-AIM:

Using a RE-AIM framework to identify promising practices in National Diabetes Prevention Program implementation.

RE-AIM in the Real World: Use of the RE-AIM Framework for Program Planning and Evaluation in Clinical and Community Settings. 

Pragmatic Applications of RE-AIM for Health Care Initiatives in Community and Clinical Settings.

3.Additional resources:

An overview of the most recent directions for RE-AIM:

RE-AIM Planning and Evaluation Framework: Adapting to New Science and Practice With a 20-Year Review.

RE-AIM Planning and Adaptation Tool: Self Rating Tool and Planning Tool

RE-AIM website in general: www.re-aim.org  and especially the Resources section

RE-AIM slide deck – recommended for use in presentations – all publicly available