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RE-AIM: Introduction

Additional Information about the RE-AIM Framework

What is RE-AIM?

RE-AIM Logo from Virginia TechRE-AIM

(Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, Maintenance)

RE-AIM was originally developed as a framework for consistent reporting of research results and later used to organize reviews of the existing literature on health promotion and disease management in different settings. The acronym stands for Reach, Effectiveness, Adoption, Implementation, and Maintenance,  which together determine public health impact.

Elements of the RE-AIM Framework

The REAIM framework:  reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation,maintenance

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