Preparing an Intervention for NREPP Submission and Potential Review
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Overview Considerations for
for Review Contact
With NREPP's open submission periods occurring annually, developers should not rush to submit an intervention. At a minimum, developers should not submit their program until they believe their program meets the minimum review requirements outlined in the September 2011 Federal Register notice (PDF, 58KB), as only programs meeting the requirements will be considered for review.
Further, interventions with an evidence base and dissemination system developed beyond the minimum review requirements will often receive higher ratings in the Quality of Research and Readiness for Dissemination portions of the NREPP review. As a result, developers should consider the timing of their submission relative to their program's development. Program developers can use the Submission Checklist (PDF, 56KB) to document progress toward submission.
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