Report Finds Multiple Interventions Increase Likelihood Patients with Chronic Diseases Will Take Prescribed Medications
Although patients with chronic conditions who do not take medications as prescribed tend to have poorer health outcomes and higher health care costs than those who adhere to medication regimens, a new report sheds light on the potential for multiple interventions to improve medication adherence...
In the wake of Hurricane Isaac, which left millions without power, a new study highlights that many older adults are not equipped to keep food safe during an extended power outage.
Researchers at RTI International recently published Mental Health, United States, 2010, a reference volume of mental health statistics from the most recent data sources available.
New RTI Press Report Offers Step-by-Step Guide to Decentralizing Education Systems in Developing Nations
Developing nations often consider decentralization as a means to improve the quality of their education systems. But transforming a centralized education system is a complex undertaking that often leads to mixed results.
RTI has been awarded a three-year contract to establish the National Center for Innovation in Career and Technical Education. The center, based in Research Triangle Park, N.C., will conduct research to inform how career and technical education programs operate and provide training for educators...
Public health messages may help encourage fathers to have more conversations with their children about waiting to become sexually active, according to researchers at RTI International and George Washington University.
Derick Brinkerhoff, Ed.D., distinguished fellow in international public management at RTI International, has been named a visiting fellow of the University of Birmingham College of Social Science for the 2012 fall semester.
Anthony Hickey, Ph.D., distinguished fellow and senior research pharmacologist at RTI International, has been selected to receive the Research Achievement Award from the Division of Particulate Preparations and Design of the Society of Powder Technology, Japan.
Researchers at RTI International have developed a new solar technology that could make solar energy more affordable, and thus speed-up its market adoption.
Wayne Holden Joins Distinguished Experts to Discuss the Impact of Technology, Competition and Societal Polarization on Human Values
Wayne Holden, Ph.D., president and CEO of RTI International, will join a group of distinguished experts from a variety of fields in Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, to discuss the impact of modern life and technology on human and societal values.