5146.0 Considering Health Behavior Programs and Policies using the RE-AIM Framework: Practical Applications and Opportunities

Wednesday, November 10, 2010: 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
The goal of RE-AIM is to encourage public health stakeholders to pay more attention to essential program elements including external validity that can improve the sustainable adoption and implementation of effective, generalizable, evidence-based interventions. The five steps to translate research into action are: Reach the target population Effectiveness or efficacy Adoption by target settings or institutions Implementation, consistency of delivery of intervention Maintenance of intervention effects in individuals and settings over time . In this session people will learn to identify broader applications of RE AIM framework, Identify the broader application of RE-AIM as an emerging policy tool to communicate the impact of vaccine policies to public health officials, policymakers, school officials, parent groups, and medical providers, Describe how the RE-AIM framework has expanded over time , Describe the various uses of the RE-AIM framework. and Summarize the content and most frequently used features of the RE-AIM website
Session Objectives: At the end of this session, participants will be better able to: 1.Identify the five dimensions of the RE-AIM framework. 2.Describe the five elements of the RE-AIM framework. 3.Identify the broader applications of the RE-AIM framework in terms of intervention evaluation, policy change, and evaluation planning 4.Identify the implications of vaccine policy as a strategy to maintain our public health infrastructure 5.Describe elements of the RE-AIM model as relevant to vaccine policy
Roy Grant, MA

RE-AIM Evaluation Framework: Balancing Internal and External Validity
Bridget Gaglio, PhD, MPH, Diane King, PhD and Russell E. Glasgow, PhD
Using RE-AIM to evaluate community-driven worksite wellness: Lessons from LiveWell Colorado
Deanna Boyd McQuillan, MA, Diane King, PhD, Bonnie A. Leeman-Castillo, PhD and Erica Ferro Morse, MA
History, Current Status, and Website Resources Related to the RE-AIM Framework
Russell E. Glasgow, PhD, Bridget Gaglio, PhD, MPH and Diane King, PhD

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Organized by: Community Health Planning and Policy Development

CE Credits: Medical (CME), Health Education (CHES), Nursing (CNE), Public Health (CPH)