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Details the processes that RTI, as the Neonatal Research Network DCC, used to assume responsibility for capitation payments from the funding agency, NICHD, and to design a system for accurate and timely payment to clinical research centers.
Describes the Local Government Development Framework, a participatory methodology for promoting responsive and effective local governance in the developing world.
Documents some strategies regarding data collection, management, and analysis that can benefit other organizations supporting public health initiatives and investigators designing the strongest possible evaluations using large multi-case design.
Describes a framework used by RTI International to create organizational policies and procedures to deal with Ebola issues, based on guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Reviews the published literature on racial and ethnic disparities among people with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias in the United States.
Tracking student employment outcomes using record matching and surveys provides a comprehensive measure of workforce preparation and employment success.
Reviews four commonly referenced business environment rankings and identify their respective strengths and weaknesses.
Independent evaluation of effectiveness of 8 possible model SNAP-Ed programs using robust research designs and statistical analyses.
Addresses a scenario that uses synthetic genotype case-control data that is influenced by environmental factors in a genome-wide association study (GWAS) context.
Examines chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in Sri Lanka.
Examines effect of gaps in health insurance coverage on adults’ receipt of screening and health services and on successful implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Describes an innovative method that applies the well-proven checksum methodology to verify the correctness of the data migration outcome.
Examines the responsiveness of local government agricultural services in Nepal.
Examines the nature and potential causes of inequity in Egypt's education finance and puts forth a way in which funds could be transferred using an equity-based funding formula that “holds harmless” those muderiyat that would lose absolute amounts of money under a more equitable distribution scheme.