One of 5 dimensions in the RE-AIM evaluation model (Reach, Efficacy, Adoption, Implementation, Maintenance). Adoption refers to the participation rate and representativeness of both the settings in which an intervention is conducted and the intervention agents who deliver the intervention. Adoption is usually assessed by direct observation or structured interviews or surveys. Barriers to adoption should also be examined when nonparticipating settings are assessed.

Source: (CIOMS IX: Risk minimisation 2014)


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