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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.
Presents responses to FDA questions about experience with risk evaluation and mitigation strategy assessment surveys.
New global guidelines linking health risks and household energy use are needed to drive policies and interventions. Update to 2012 report.
Describes the infrastructure and processes used to develop the content and features of the PhenX Toolkit.
Discusses the technologies and methods used in our Android database encryption/ decryption implementation and their potential scalability to broader applications.
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 a model coupling approach in which models run as separate executable processes and store data in a database for later retrieval by other models.
Explains why inequitable information-sharing patterns persist, why they matter to society, and what, if anything, can be done to address these tendencies.
Discusses results for preventing or treating PTSD from two rigorous, protocol-based systematic reviews of the published literature.
Indicates that the use of health care databases in pharmacoepidemiologic research is growing in many countries.
Reviews the experience of the Local Governance Program in Iraq in strengthening capacities of subnational councils and provincial offices to develop legislation and to plan and budget for capital investments.
Examines the economic and environmental externalities associated with the US transportation sector.
Estimates the environmental externalities associated with various transportation fuels in the United States.
Data in this chartbook indicate that the financial burden of health care spending presents a disproportionate burden on uninsured and sick people, small businesses, and low-wage workers.
Reviews methods that may be used to satisfy the FDA's regulatory requirements for animal behavioral and dependence pharmacology.
Presents the results of a simulation study that evaluates the design effects associated with subsampling household members on personal victimization rates based on the 2008 National Crime Victimization Survey.
Guidance for improving sanitation in El Salvador’s tourism areas through decentralized wastewater management systems
Local governments can work with private sector entrepreneurs, service providers and other stakeholders to develop an enabling environment where a decentralized approach to wastewater management can effectively improve sanitation.
An integrative, multilevel, and transdisciplinary research approach to challenges of work, family, and health
Presents a high-level description of an NIH/CDC Work, Family & Health Network (WFHN) study’s design and methods
We review the theory behind the WTADJX procedure incorporated into the 2012 release of SUDAAN 11® and discuss two potential uses.
Incorporating neuroscience principles and techniques (such as fMRI) into research on the prevention of substance misuse and antisocial behavior may spur advances and innovations in this area.
New global guidelines linking health risks and household energy use are needed to drive policies and interventions.
Documents a research agenda that will give developing countries' governments and the donor community information they need to more effectively support SMEs that generate growth, create jobs, and, ultimately, reduce poverty.
Outlines five criteria that need to be considered when evaluating a data migration tool.