A new systematic review of interventions for maltreated children under age 15 reveals striking limitations in the scientific evidence supporting these approaches, according to a review produced by the RTI-UNC Evidence-based Practice Center.
Report: Mobile Technologies Offer Opportunity to Improve Math Skills for Young Children in Developing Countries
As mobile technologies gain popularity in U.S. classrooms, a new report by researchers at RTI International suggests that mobile technologies may be an untapped resource that offer opportunities to improve math skills for early grade students in developing countries.
Concerns about HIV-related stigma can discourage pregnant women in low-income settings from seeking services for their own health and to prevent transmitting HIV to their children, according to a literature review conducted under the USAID-funded Health Policy project and authored by Janet Turan...
Leaders from both academia and the international development field from RTI International and Duke University will discuss a case study based on RTI’s work with youth political engagement in Morocco, April 16 on Duke’s campus.
More corporations and businesses in Guatemala are moving from a traditional philanthropic approach to broader engagement with development priorities, according to a study conducted by researchers at RTI International.
Nigeria has launched a five-year NTD Master Plan aimed at controlling neglected tropical diseases. RTI International and other global partners will help the country to implement the plan over the next several years.
Millions of adults are exposed to traumatic events each year. Shortly after exposure many experience symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) such as flashbacks, emotional numbing and difficulty sleeping.
RTI International will continue supporting research efforts to improve the health of low birth weight and premature infants as part of the Neonatal Research Network.
In the past three decades, U.S. students have begun blurring the lines between traditional academic studies and technical education courses, according to a new report by researchers at RTI International and MPR Associates, Inc.
As the baby boomer generation ages, many conventional assumptions about funding long-term care need to be reassessed, according to three new reports by researchers from RTI International and Avalere Health.