Study: Text messaging reduces pain medicine requirements during surgery

April 27, 2015

Patients who text messaged a stranger just before minor surgeries required less supplemental pain relief than patients receiving standard therapy or distraction techniques, according to a recently published study conducted by researchers at RTI International, Cornell University and LaSalle Hospital (Montreal, QC).

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Voluntary expanded newborn screening should be offered shortly after birth, suggests RTI International experts

April 21, 2015

Voluntary newborn screening for disorders that are not part of regular state screening programs should be offered to families shortly after birth, suggests an editorial by Donald Bailey, Ph.D., and c, M.D., researchers at RTI International.

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John Loft elected to serve on executive council for American Association for Public Opinion Research

April 20, 2015

John Loft, Ph.D., principal scientist at RTI Internattional, has been elected as an executive council member for the American Association for Public Opinion Research. He will serve as Standards Committee Associate Chair for the 2015-2016 term.

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