A new national survey conducted by RTI International and reported by SAMHSA reveals that 45.9 million American adults aged 18 or older, or 20 percent of this age group, experienced mental illness in the past year.
Donald T. Mon, Ph.D., joined RTI International as a senior director in the Center for Advancement of Health Information Technology.
A new book, Delinquent Girls: Contexts, Relationships, and Adaptation, co-written by Shari Miller, PhD, of RTI, synthesizes what is known about girls involved in delinquent behavior and their experiences at different points in the juvenile justice system.
Retired lawyer and chief executive officer W.G. Champion "Champ" Mitchell has been elected to RTI International's Board of Governors.
A new study by the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine and the School of Nursing, RTI International, and the Nutrient Rich Foods Coalition found that educating consumers to use the Nutrient Rich Foods approach to eating is an effective means of promoting healthful shopping and...
RTI International, funded by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, is leading a series of video contests in 2012 to encourage consumers to integrate technology into their health care.
RTI International, in partnership with the United States Agency for International Development, will help the Government of Vietnam deliver high-quality HIV prevention, care and treatment services to the nation's most-at-risk populations.
RTI International is offering researchers the opportunity to take part in a crowdsourced survey research challenge, with submissions due by noon EST Jan. 30.
Cynthia del Aguila, an educational manager at RTI International, has been appointed to be the Guatemalan Minister of Education by President-elect Otto Pérez Molina.
A new book, Referenced Review Questions in Toxicology, Second Edition, written by Robert M. White, Sr., Ph.D., a senior research forensic scientist at RTI International, provides questions and answers on a wide variety of toxicology topics.