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Readiness for Dissemination

NREPP's Readiness for Dissemination ratings summarize the amount and general quality of the resources available to support the use of the intervention. Higher scores indicate more and higher quality resources available. Readiness for Dissemination ratings apply to the intervention as a whole.

Criteria for Rating Readiness for Dissemination

Each reviewer independently evaluates the intervention's Readiness for Dissemination using the following three criteria:

  1. Availability of implementation materials
  2. Availability of training and support resources
  3. Availability of quality assurance procedures

Reviewers use a scale of 0.0 to 4.0, with 4.0 being the highest rating given.

1. Availability of Implementation Materials

(e.g., treatment manuals, brochures, information for administrators)

0 = No materials or resources are available that could assist with program implementation.

1 = Limited materials and resources are available that could facilitate but not directly assist with program implementation.

2 = Limited materials and resources are available that directly assist with program implementation.

3 = Adequate materials and resources are available that directly assist with program implementation.

4 = Adequate materials and resources are available that directly assist with program implementation, and they are of high quality and appropriate for the intended audience(s).

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2. Availability of Training and Support Resources

(e.g., tested training curricula, mechanisms for ongoing supervision and consultation)

0 = No materials, resources, and/or technical assistance are available that support training or coaching.

1 = Limited materials, resources, and/or technical assistance are available that could facilitate but not directly support training and coaching.

2 = Limited materials, resources, and/or technical assistance are available to directly support training and coaching.

3 = Adequate materials, resources, and/or technical assistance are available that directly support training and coaching.

4 = Adequate materials, resources, and technical assistance are available that directly support training and coaching, and they are of high quality and appropriate for the intended audience(s).

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3. Availability of Quality Assurance Procedures

(e.g., protocols for gathering process and/or outcome data, ongoing monitoring of intervention fidelity, supervision/training feedback)

0 = No materials, resources, and/or procedures are available that could help ensure quality assurance.

1 = Limited materials, resources, and/or procedures are available that could facilitate but not directly assist in ensuring quality assurance.

2 = Limited materials, resources, and/or procedures are available to directly support quality assurance.

3 = Adequate materials, resources, and/or procedures are available that directly support quality assurance.

4 = Adequate materials, resources and/or procedures are available that directly support quality assurance, and they are of high quality and appropriate for the intended audience(s).

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