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Preparing an Intervention for NREPP Submission and Potential Review

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NREPP List of Interventions page in the Registry. Select to enlarge the image. Select the image to open the "View All Interventions" Web page.

Preparation for and participation in an NREPP review can be a resource-intensive process, requiring the support of key players in the development and evaluation of an intervention and the contribution of multiple sets of program materials. Yet, more than 300 developers have submitted interventions to be considered for review and inclusion in NREPP.

The benefits of investing the effort required to prepare a submission to NREPP are threefold.

  1. Potential for increased sustainability
  2. Opportunity for dissemination
  3. Guidance for continued program development

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