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Explains current and emerging analytical chemistry methods that address the latest issues surrounding cannabis-based products.
Investigates municipal solid waste management strategies designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and achieve zero waste by maximizing recovery of materials.
Reviews the six important policies and missions related to urban sanitation and draws attention to their limited coverage of gender differences in promoting improved sanitation.
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.
Discusses a successful US approach to secondary education—called Linked Learning—and RTI International's approach to adapting it for other country contexts.
Provides a framework for best practices in selecting patient-reported outcomes and addresses major methodological issues related to choosing, administering, and using PROs, particularly in clinical practice settings.
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.
Second edition of Shale Gas that discusses shale oil–related issues, including the consequences of unpreparedness of infrastructure to deliver fluids to market.
Encourages researchers generating evidence for integration interventions to ensure that integration policy promoted by public health agencies is supported by science.
Discusses considerations in using big data for a data revolution for sustainable development in developing countries.
Evaluates how one research institute has responded to the challenge of handling engineered nanomaterials in a responsible manner.
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.
Discusses the agile policy analysis methodology the State Health Policy Consortium developed and used to support collaboration between states regarding health information exchanges.
Summarizes current evidence and identify gaps in research on urban Indian women’s sanitation-related needs and constraints.
Describes how performance-based funding systems can be incorporated into state education resource distribution formulas to incentivize improvements in educational services and presents a process to build stakeholder support for system adoption.
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.
Provides a historical perspective to the continuing evolution of complex survey analysis methods.
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.