Search RTI in the Media
My print column examines how the major news networks and the Associated Press will call the election on Tuesday night.
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality wants to find out how implementing health information technology affects the work flow of practitioners in select small primary-care clinics.
Smoke from indoor cooking isn’t a huge problem here in the United States, what with all our electric ranges and microwave ovens. But in some places, the smoke from cooking fires can lead to severe problems such as the lung disease COPD.
RTI International has been awarded funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to redesign and improve a personal exposure monitor that will be small and light enough to be worn by children and toddlers in developing nations who are exposed
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality plans to study how health IT implementation affects work flow in primary care clinics, according to a notice published Wednesday in the Federal Register, Health Data Management reports.
Kids who experiment with menthol cigarettes are more likely to become habitual smokers than their peers who start out with the regular variety, new research findings suggest.
Though the flood waters are receding, millions of US citizens will remain without electricity until the end of the week or longer. Here's how to cope when the lights go out.
RTI International, one of the world’s largest nonprofit research organizations, has opened an office in Nairobi, Kenya.
Research at RTI International into a production process to turn wood or other materials into a liquid that could be upgraded into a petroleum substitute is expected to move to the next step with the construction of a new facility in the Research Tria
It was repeated so often it was accepted as true: the typical American consumed 95 to 100 pounds of sugar each year. Health experts said that consumption was surely contributing to a nationwide crisis of obesity.