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Recommends attending to provider resistance to evidence-based practice in preplanning and early implementation, and when insufficient adherence or resistance-related low fidelity leads to implementation failure.
Collaborative efforts to investigate emissions from residential and municipal trash burning in India
Presents findings on trash burning in India from a collaborative study among RTI, Duke University, and IIT Gandhinagar.
Offers specific guidance for engineering and design of sanitation products and technologies.
Speculates how unmanned aircraft systems could be used in survey data collection to make survey data more accurate and/or less costly.
Summarizes a landscape review done for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) to develop a clear, comprehensive understanding of the state of research on cancer survivors as of the mid-2000s.
Outlines opportunities and challenges presented by emerging technologies and approaches toward acceleration of drug development and toxicity testing.
Provides the initial results of analyses of the GreenSeeker Handheld crop sensor and lessons learned that can help inform dissemination of sustainable agricultural technology transfer.
Presents an innovation ecosystem assessment for the State of Gujarat, India.
Ensuring a stable and healthful food supply for the world’s growing population requires research to understand how best to influence the uptake and sustained use of effective technologies.
Reviews ways to train and develop both youth and older workers for workforce readiness as well as a new learning framework and philosophy for doing so.
Finds that the manufactured qualities of the e-cigarette device and the composition of the liquid determine the quantity, size, and chemical composition of the particles and vapors exhaled by the user.
Summarizes current evidence and identify gaps in research on urban Indian women’s sanitation-related needs and constraints.
Examines chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology (CKDu) in Sri Lanka.
Builds upon a literature review and stakeholder interviews in India on urban sanitation to examine the public policy landscape for sanitation innovation in the country.
Discusses results for preventing or treating PTSD from two rigorous, protocol-based systematic reviews of the published literature.
Estimates the environmental externalities associated with various transportation fuels in the United States.
Investment in translational research has potential to advance the field of substance abuse and lead to significant advancements in the prevention of the global substance abuse problem.
Describes aspects of military life that may protect against risks for child maltreatment or increase such risks.
Examines environmental health risk and biomass fuel stove use in Sri Lanka.