Experience applying pragmatic models for D&I research: Current and future directions for the RE-AIM planning and evaluation model
Russell Glasgow, Ph.D.
University of Colorado-Denver
Dissemination & Implementation Science Program of the ACCORDS Consortium
This talk will discuss the need for pragmatic science, describe how pragmatic research designs are different from ‘research as usual’ and provide examples of pragmatic models and pragmatic measures. Using the My Own Health Report (MOHR) study as an example, I will outline the principles of the pragmatic model, RE-AIM.