Use for Evaluating a Project
Use during Evaluation
Why use RE-AIM to evaluate a project?
- RE-AIM has been used to evaluate hundreds of programs, as it provides key measures of program impact on populations and settings
What tools does this website have about using RE-AIM for Evaluation?
- Ready to assess RE-AIM and PRISM dimensions? Go to the Assessment section for details and examples of approaches to assessing reach, effectiveness, adoption, implementation, maintenance, and contextual factors, whether you are planning, implementing, or evaluating a project.
- Example tables for how to evaluate multiple RE-AIM domains – see for example the “Considerations for applying RE-AIM Dimensions across Settings and Phases of Projects” on the Assessments page.