The following blog post is the thirteenth in our journey through the special edition of RE-AIM in the Frontiers in Public Health special issue! The article titled “Adapting and Operationalizing the RE-AIM Framework for Implementation Science in Environmental Health: Clean Fuel Cooking Programs in Low Resource Countries” written by Quinn et al. (2019), shows the use of RE-AIM in environmental health. This is a unique publication that shows the use of RE-AIM in a set of case studies helping in organizing schema and identifying areas that needed future research and further evaluation efforts. This research utilized RE-AIM in an iterative approach to adapt the framework to fit program-specific goals. To read more about this work, please click the image below to read the full text!