Volume 10 — December 12, 2013
Seeking Best Practices: A Conceptual Framework for Planning and Improving Evidence-Based Practices
This figure presents a continuum of evidence-based practices (emerging, promising, leading, best) consisting of 2 interrelated components: public health impact (effectiveness, reach, feasibility, sustainability, and transferability) and quality of evidence (weak, moderate, strong, and rigorous).
Figure. A conceptual framework for planning and improving evidence-based practices.
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