NREPP Registry Implementation Materials

The NREPP Registry provides important information about evidence-based programs and practices, including:

  • Program description
  • Evaluation findings by outcome
  • Study evaluation methodology
  • References and resources for dissemination and implementation (RFDI)

The RFDI section of the registry can help you improve the implementation and sustainability of your practices and programs. The section contains program/practice-specific information about implementation and sustainment, including:

  • A brief narrative overview of Implementation / Training and Technical Assistance
  • A brief narrative overview of Dissemination Information
  • A Summary Table of RFDI Resources
  • A Summary Table of Dissemination Resources

Some examples of RFDI information for Programs and Practices on the NREPP Registry are:

Alcohol Edu for College

Baby TALK Home Visiting

Maintaining Independence and Sobriety through Systems Integration, Outreach, and Networking (MISSION)

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF–CBT)

Below, find more detail about the information contained on the registry RFDI page:

Implementation/Training and Technical Assistance: This section provides information about the extent to which, and the places where, the practice or program has been implemented. A brief overview of the implementation process, including the training and technical assistance process as described by the program developer or program contact, is also included in this area.

Dissemination Information: This section includes a short, written description of materials or resources that provide information about the program or practice. Stakeholders include individuals and family members who might benefit from the program or practice, agencies or programs that might refer people to the program or practice, and system administrators and potential funders.

Summary of RFDI Materials—Implementation Information: This table presents information about resources that can facilitate the implementation process effectively. These resources are commonly developed for staff and administrators who will be providing the practice or program.

Materials in this table include manuals, workbooks, client handouts, implementation guides, skills training video demonstrations, classroom presentation materials, websites, program curricula, in-person trainings, supervision resources, fidelity measures, learning collaboratives, and technical assistance resources.

Last Updated: 06/15/2017