The following blog post starts the journey through the special edition of RE-AIM in the Frontiers in Public Health special issue! The article titled “Making Implementation Science More Rapid: Use of the RE-AIM Framework for Mid-Course Adaptations Across Five Health Services Research Projects in the Veterans Health Administration” written by Glasgow et. al brings a unique and refreshing perspective to the use of frameworks past planning and post-hoc evaluation. Instead, the authors make an argument on how RE-AIM can be used to make mid-course adjustments (adapting an intervention while implementing). The authors found that the iterative use of RE-AIM to promote adjustments was both feasible and useful across diverse projects in the Veterans Affairs setting. To read more about this work, please click the image below to read the full text!