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:

Listing of Selective RE-AIM Citations: 40 Key Articles Reflecting Diversity of Topics; Settings; and Contributors*

YearKey WordsTitleCitation (First author and Journal)
1999Foundational paper; conceptualization and applicationEvaluating the public health impact of health promotion interventions: the RE-AIM frameworkGlasgow et al., Am J Public Health
2001Primary care; chronic disease management; interactive technology; implementationMaking a difference with interactive technology: considerations in using and evaluating computerized aids for diabetes self-management educationGlasgow et al., Diabetes Spectrum
2002Primary care; chronic disease management; health equity; reachReaching those most in need: A review of diabetes self-management interventions in disadvantaged populationsEakin et al., Diabetes Metab Res Rev
2003Physical activity; evaluation methodology; conceptualization and applicationEvaluating the public health impact of physical activity interventions: Issues of generalizability and public healthEstabrooks et al., Psychol Sport Exerc
2003Work site; systematic review; reporting methodologyWork site health promotion research: to what extent can we generalize the results and what is needed to translate research to practiceBull et al., Heal Educ Behav
2004Primary care; web resources; implementationRE-AIM: evidence-based standards and a Web resource to improve translation of research into practice.Dzewaltowski et al., Ann Behav Med
2005Planning expansion; research translation; behavior change consortiumBeginning with the application in mind: designing and planning health behavior change interventions to enhance dissemination.Klesges et al., Ann Behav Med.
2006Composite metrics; conceptualization and measurement; population healthEvaluating the impact of health promotion programs: using the re-aim framework to form summary measures for decision making involving complex issuesGlasgow et al., Health Educ Res
2007Policy arena; planning and evaluation modelsApplying the RE-AIM framework to assess the public health impact of policy changeJilcott et al., Ann Behav Med
2008Expanded RE-AIM model; PRISM; contextual factorsA practical, robust implementation and sustainability model (PRISM) for integrating research findings into practiceFeldstein et al., Jt CommJ Qual Patient Saf
2009Cost arena; implementation; research translationCosting behavioral interventions: a practical guide to enhance translationRitzwoller et al., Ann Beh Med
2009School health; lifestyle behaviors; state-wide applicationUsing the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the statewide dissemination of a school-based physical activity and nutrition curriculum: Exercise Your Options.Dunton  et al., Am J Health Promot
2010Environmental arena; planning and implementation; measurementReaiming RE-AIM: using the model to plan, implement, and evaluate the effects of environmental change approaches to enhancing population healthKing et al., Am J Public Health
2010Aging; dementia caregiving; home care; research translation;Translation of a dementia caregiver intervention for delivery in homecare as a reimbursable medicare service: outcomes and lessons learnedGitlin et al., Gerontologist
2011Aging; Active for Life; physical activity; sustainabilitySustainability of Evidence-Based Community-Based Physical Activity Programs for Older Adults: Lessons from Active for Life. Estabrooks et al., Transl Behav Med.
2011Health communication; health literacy; systematic reviewUnderstanding the internal and external validity of health literacy interventions: a systematic literature review using the RE-AIM frameworkZoellner et al., J Health Commun
2012HIV; mixed methods research; health information exchangeProcesses and outcomes of developing a continuity of care document for use as a personal health record by people living with HIV/AIDS in New York City.Gordon et al., Int J Med Inform
2012RE-AIM applications; qualitative data; paradigm cases;What does it mean to ‘‘employ’’ the RE-AIM model?Kessler et al., Eval Health Pro
2013Systematic review; Application of RE-AIM criteriaThe RE-AIM framework: a systematic
review of use over time.
Gaglio et al., Am J Public Health
2013Methods, measures; models; evidence integration triangle;  research translation;What Does It Mean to Be Pragmatic? Pragmatic Methods, Measures, and Models to Facilitate Research TranslationGlasgow, Health Educ Behav
2014Physical activity; systematic review; international applicationsPhysical activity promotion in Latin American populations: a systematic review on issues of internal and external validityGalaviz et al., Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act
2014Pragmatic trials; Model attributes; reporting: PRECIS; RE-AIMHow pragmatic is it? lessons learned using PRECIS and RE-AIM for determining pragmatic characteristics of researchGaglio et al., Implement Sci
2014Multi-sectorial partnerships; implementation interventions; international applicationsOperationalizing the RE-AIM framework to evaluate the impact of multi-sector partnershipsSweet et al., Implement Sci
2014Obesity; systematic review; reporting methodologyA RE-AIM evaluation of evidence-based multi-level interventions to improve obesity-related behaviours in adults: A systematic review (the SPOTLIGHT project)Compernolle et al, Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act
2015Network analysis; model diffusionNetwork analysis of RE-AIM framework: chronology of the field and the connectivity of its contributorsShoup et al., Transl Behav Med
2015Systematic review; RE-AIM applications; reporting methodology; website resourcesFidelity to and comparative results across behavioral interventions evaluated through the RE-AIM framework: a systematic review.Harden et al., Syst Rev.
2015Aging; state initiatives; RE-AIM applications; reportingPerceived utility of the RE-AIM framework for health promotion/ disease prevention initiatives for older adults: a case study from the U.S. evidence-based disease prevention initiativeOry et al., Front Public Health Note this article was part of a larger research topic on evidence-based programs which included several other articles relevant to RE-AIM 
2016Primary care; health risk assessment; implementation and effectiveness; pragmatic trialThe impact of behavioral and mental health risk assessments on goal setting in primary careKrist et al., 28.  Transl Behav Med
2017Primary care; physical activity; methods; implementation; international applications;Evaluating the effectiveness of physician counseling to promote physical activity in Mexico: an effectiveness-implementation hybrid studyGalaviz et al., Transl Behav Med  
2017Resource materials; physical activity; international applicationsApplying the RE-AIM conceptual framework for the promotion of physical activity in low-and middle-income countries.Lee et al., Rev Lat AmEnfermagem
2018Resource materials; RE-AIM applications; planningPragmatic applications of RE-AIM for healthcare initiatives in community and clinical settings.Glasgow et al., Prev Chronic Dis.
2018Mixed methods; qualitative approaches; contextual factorsQualitative approaches to use of the REAIM framework: rationale and methodsHoltrop et al., BMC Health Serv Res
2018Research transparency; reporting standardsExpanding the CONSORT figure: increasing transparency in reporting on external validity.Glasgow et at., Am J Prev
2018Primary care; implementation; adaptation; contextual factors; case studiesSystematic, Multi-method Assessment of Adaptations across Four Diverse Health Systems Interventions.Rabin et al., Front Public Health
2018RE-AIM applications; multi-settings; lessons learnedRE-AIM in clinical, community, and corporate settings: Perspectives, strategies, and recommendations to enhance public health impactHarden et al., Front Public Health
2019Primary care; models; PRISM; context; qualitative methodsUsing the Practical, Robust Implementation and Sustainability Model (PRISM) to qualitatively assess multilevel contextual factors to help plan, implement, evaluate, and disseminate health services programsMcCreight et al., Transl Behav Med  
2019Twenty–year review; conceptualization and pragmatic applications; contextual factors; model integrationRE-AIM planning and evaluation framework: Adapting to new science and practice with a twenty-year reviewGlasgow et al., Front Public Health
2019Physical activity; systems-based model; integrated partnerships; case studiesUsing integrated research-practice partnerships to move evidence-based principles into practiceEstabrooks et al., Exerc Sport Sci Rev
2020RE-AIM misconceptions; model evolution; commentaryCharacterizing evolving frameworks: Issues from Esmail et al. (2020) reviewGlasgow et al., Implement Sci
2020 forthcoming15+ articles on topics such as: RE-AIM reviews and commentary; model integration; real world applications; mid-course adaptations; organizational maintenance; reconceptualizing sustainability; qualitative evaluations; international perspectives; RE-AIM resourcesUse of RE-AIM Framework: Translating Research to Practice with Novel Applications and Emerging DirectionsSmith et al., Frontiers in Public Health Research Topic

* This list compiled by Marcia Ory and Samantha Harden. See www.re-aim.org for fuller listing of over 600 RE-AIM related articles published since 1999.

Additional resources:

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

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