Projects related to Public Health and Well-Being
Improving the safety and availability of blood transfusions in four countries
Data collection to support a better understanding of birth defects and how to prevent them
Children’s Health after the Storms, known as CHATS, was a pilot study of about 400 children from the areas affected by Katrina and Rita.
Speeding the time to treatment for severe heart attacks
Since taking over the Best Hospitals rankings project, RTI has constantly refined the project methodology.
Advancing promising compounds through preclinical and clinical studies for regulatory approval
Fostering academic relationships and networking opportunities
Testing consumers' understanding of a label to facilitate naloxone use in emergencies
Each year, more than 2,000 chemicals are introduced for use in commonly used items like food, personal care projects, prescription drugs, household cleaners, and lawn care products...
A virtual shopping environment customized for studies in public health policy that focus on nutrition and food labeling, tobacco products, and more
Innovative evaluation methods to strengthen policies and programs
Millions of Americans live with chronic noncancer pain leading to disability and reduced quality of life.
Childhood obesity is widely recognized as a significant problem in the U.S., where approximately one in three children ages 2 to 19 is overweight or obese.
Providing a virtual space for public health practitioners to learn from one another’s quality improvement efforts
In the households of much of the developing world, the everyday practice of cooking on a wood-fuel stove can expose family members to air pollution.
Our learning network released the report "Stakeholder-driven Action Plan for Improving Pain Management, Opioid Use, and Opioid Use Disorder Treatment Through Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support” to articulate and begin making progress toward applying PCCDS to address OUD.
Improving safety for mothers and newborns during labor and delivery
Improving the health of premature babies through support for clinical research
Every day, millions of patients in the United States and around the world make health-related judgments that affect their lives, and they would benefit from information that helps them make better decisions.
WHO's Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) aims to tackle causes of the tobacco epidemic.