Jan. 3, 2013 – Welcome to RE-AIM.org,
Last month we set up a poll to vote on the top conceptual, review, and original research articles of 2012. From the 43 publications we included, here are our results!
Congratulations to Harris et al for getting the most votes for the conceptual model of the year for their paper, “A framework for disseminating evidence-based health promotion practices.”
In the top review article category, Shubert et al’s paper, “Using the RE-AIM framework to translate a research-based falls prevention intervention into a community-based program: lessons learned” got the most votes.
Finally, Meyer and colleagues wrote the original research article of the year “Adoption, reach and effectiveness of computer-based, practitioner delivered and combined smoking interventions in general medical practices: a three-arm cluster randomized trial.”
Thanks to all the people who voted and please keep sending us your articles and presentations!
Paul Estabrooks and the RE-AIM team