The RE-AIM Framework for Planning and Evaluating Implementation

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This is the website for the Reach, Efficacy, Adoption, Implementation and Measurement (RE-AIM) framework. RE-AIM was first published in 1999 by Russell Glasgow from the University of Colorado, and was designed to enhance the quality, speed and impact of translating public health research into practice. The website describes the components of RE-AIM, and provides resources to help apply the framework, including planning tools and checklists. It will be of interest to all stakeholders considering using RE-AIM as a framework to plan and evaluate implementation.

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