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Lunch with impact: Application of the RE:AIM framework

Hear from two speakers from the University of Bath who have applied the RE:AIM framework, followed by a Q&A session.

  • 29 Nov 2021, 12.30pm to 29 Nov 2021, 1.45pm GMT
  • This is an online event.
  • This event is free

The RE:AIM framework has multiple uses, it was ordinally developed to support reporting of results from primary research and then adapted to support systematic literature reviews of health promotion interventions.

More recently it has been used to support adoption of evidence from research and evaluation by helping "to translate research into practice and to help plan programs and improve their chances of working in “real-world” settings" (RE:AIM).

We will hear from two speakers from the University of Bath who have applied the RE:AIM framework.

The first is Craig Barden who will provide a brief overview of the RE:AIM framework before describing a systematic review he conducted using the framework to evaluate the implementation of injury prevention strategies in rugby union and league (Barden et al, 2021).

This will be followed Dr Matthew Jones who will talk about his team’s research programme exploring current practice and impact of operating a patient medicines helpline using the RE-AIM evaluation framework (Williams et al, 2018, Williams et al, 2020).

You will get the chance to ask the presenters any questions you may have, this might be to share their experiences of using the framework, what benefits it brought but also any practical challenges they overcame.

This session is open to anyone at the University of Bath interested in frameworks to promote the adoption, evaluation and uptake of evidence based interventions.

Lunch with Impact Workshops

This workshop is part of a series organised by the University’s HEIF and EPSRC Impact Acceleration Account (IAA), to support researchers in identifying, generating, evidencing and achieving knowledge exchange and impact from their research. Sessions are designed to enable attendees to apply the information, knowledge and tools to their own research.

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