Scale Up and Spread
GHLI develops and evaluates models of dissemination, diffusion and scale up. Through this work we have pioneered the AIDED model, a practical framework for understanding what works in scaling up evidence-based health interventions in low-income countries. This model proposes five interrelated components that are essential to the complex process of scale up: assessing the landscape, innovating to fit the environment, developing support, engaging key stakeholders and devolving efforts for spreading the innovation.
Covid Protect Roadmap
- A model for scale up of family health innovations in low-income and middle-income settings: a mixed methods study. E. H. Bradley, L. A. Curry, L. A. Taylor, S. W. Pallas, K. Talbert-Slagle, C. Yuan, A. Fox, D. Minhas, D. K. Ciccone, D. Berg and R. Perez-Escamilla; BMJ Open 2012; 2:
- Scaling up of breastfeeding promotion programs in low- and middle-income countries: the "breastfeeding gear" model. R. Perez-Escamilla, L. Curry, D. Minhas, L. Taylor and E. Bradley; Adv Nutr 2012; 3:790-800.
- Scaling up depot medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA): a systematic literature review illustrating the AIDED model. L. Curry, L. Taylor, S. W. Pallas, E. Cherlin, R. Perez-Escamilla and E. H. Bradley; Reprod Health 2013; 10:39.