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Model results demonstrate improvement in maternal nutrition would reduce infant mortality, but an even greater impact could be the reduction in growth stunting.
Addresses the many issues surrounding electronic cigarettes in an unprecedented level of scientific detail.
Food products containing cannabis extract (edibles) have emerged as a popular and lucrative facet of the legalized market for both recreational and medicinal cannabis. The many formulations of cannabis extracts used in edibles present a unique...
This paper addresses the functioning and implications of new technologies for respondent engagement, respondent burden, accuracy, and retention.
Describes the operational details of production and environmental pitfalls of fracking—going beyond productivity improvement objectives—to explore cutting-edge analytic techniques and provide a better understanding of the issues and possible solutions.
This book provides an overview of the process for evaluating innovative education programs.
RTI International has extensive experience implementing international donor-funded programs and projects, including single-sector and multisector policy and service-delivery improvement efforts, as well as governance and public management reforms...
This book describes projects that focus on risk factors and/or treatment the four noncommunicable diseases that are responsible for the greatest impact on morbidity and mortality: cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, and chronic respiratory diseases.
Describes procedures for statistically analyzing genome-wide association studies.
Describes the construction of a highly detailed dataset of the US electric sector—the Micro-level Economic and Environmental Detail of Electricity.
Explores the use of real-time labor-market information and presents interviews conducted with international donor officials to gain their perspectives on its applicability in developing countries.
Evaluates and discusses efficiencies needed in patient-centered medical homes to show financial success.
Proposes a research agenda for the application of social science methods to enhance the understanding of the public’s relationship with shale gas.
Provides an overview of state regulations related to staffing in residential care, highlighting the variance among state regulations.
Presents an analysis of major trends in the agricultural sector, among a selection of the major development agencies.
A collection of abstracts covering the latest developments from the 2016 National Institute of Justice Forensic Science Research and Development Symposium.
Presents an innovation ecosystem assessment for the State of Gujarat, India.
Focuses on the basic and applied aspects of energy metabolism in humans.
Introduces the concept of medication adherence/compliance and reports international perspectives on medication adherence while highlighting its importance.
Evaluates the literature on financial incentives and barriers to the provision and reimbursement of hospital-based palliative care.
Examines STEM schools serving disadvantaged students and whether these students were more likely to take and pass advanced science and mathematics classes than their peers in traditional schools.
Technology options for engaging respondents in self-administered questionnaires and remote interviewing
Serves as a starting point for researchers considering technological options for conducting self-administered questionnaires or remote interviews to reduce costs while continuing to engage respondents without sacrificing quality.
Defines MOOCs and contrasts MOOCs with previously established forms of online learning and open educational resources.
Demonstrates growth-curve plotting techniques using the R package longCatEDA to create our illustrations.
Explores the role of continuity of care in driving down costs for Medicare beneficiaries at PCMH-recognized practices (patient-centered medical homes).