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RE-AIM is an acronym that consists of five elements, or dimensions, that relate to health behavior interventions:
The goal of RE-AIM is to encourage program planners, evaluators, readers of journal articles, funders, and policy-makers 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 CeHRes Roadmap serves as a guideline for eHealth development, implementation and evaluation. Existing evidence-based activities, models, frameworks and methods derived from persuasive design, participatory development, human centred design and business modelling serve as the theoretical background of the Roadmap. All of this is translated into five intertwined phases and connecting cycles. These phases are the contextual inquiry, value specification, design, operationalization and summative evaluation.
ImpleMentAll is a European collaboration towards faster and more effective implementation of eHealth interventions. The project’s raison d’être is founded on the notion that implementation of new services and technologies is time-consuming and costly – and often fails completely - not least in the healthcare domain. Solidly based in research, and in a collaboration spanning from all corners of Europe to Australia, the project will construct its answer to this widespread problem.
Nomad - Normalisation process theory
An users’ guide to Normalization Process Theory (or NPT). Implementing and evaluating complex interventions, new technologies, and business processes in healthcare is complex and demanding. NPT can be used to support the work of implementation and evaluation of complex interventions.