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Re-aim framework and its application prospects in the field of physical health intervention Y. Zhang, T. A. Shilko

By: Zhang, YaqunContributor(s): Shilko, T. AMaterial type: ArticleArticleContent type: Текст Media type: электронный Subject(s): физическое здоровье | медицинское вмешательствоGenre/Form: статьи в сборниках Online resources: Click here to access online In: Современные векторы прикладных исследований в сфере физической культуры и спорта : I-я Международная российско-белорусская научно-практическая конференция для молодых ученых, аспирантов, магистрантов и студентов (27-28 февраля 2020 г.) : сборник научных статей С. 829-833Abstract: This article uses the literature review method to analyze the contents of the RE-AIM framework and its application in the field of physical health interventions. The research results found that the RE-AIM framework is more "qualitatively" used as an evaluation system, and the weights of each dimension and their interactions are not yet clear. The authors suggest that in future research, the emphasis should be on determining the specific content, weights, and standards of each dimension of the REAIM framework in order to effectively achieve qualitative and quantitative evaluation of health intervention projects.
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This article uses the literature review method to analyze the contents of
the RE-AIM framework and its application in the field of physical health interventions.
The research results found that the RE-AIM framework is more "qualitatively" used as
an evaluation system, and the weights of each dimension and their interactions are not
yet clear. The authors suggest that in future research, the emphasis should be on
determining the specific content, weights, and standards of each dimension of the REAIM
framework in order to effectively achieve qualitative and quantitative evaluation of
health intervention projects.

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