Events related to Policy Reform Support
There's no "app" for development. But the right ICT tools can help achieve better outcomes.
Many studies have focused on how technology is impacting society.
Translating insights from data into operational best practices may be the key to improving health care quality and outcomes while reducing costs.
Health equity remains an elusive challenge to address within our healthcare system.
Calls for service (CFS) drive the demand for public safety and emergency service resources, making CFS data the foundation for understanding operational demands and strategic priorities.
RTI is proud to be a 2018 Education Pacesetting Sponsor for the North Carolina Public School Forum’s 4th annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast.
Law enforcement officers have little time and too few resources for nonessential functions and analysis.
Tasseli McKay will be a panelist during Duke University's Global Health Institute's Women's Healthy Symposium: "Advancing Women's Health in a Changing Political Environment." McKay, a social science researcher in RTI's Center for Justice, Safety &
RTI will host a panel discussion on how to address the challenges of providing quality long-term care through policies and practice.
RTI and the Inter-American Development Bank will host a session during the World Water week conference in Stockholm. The session, “Sustainable Withdrawals: How do you know?” will be held at 11 am on Sunday, August 27.
Are you making your research stick? Are you getting it into the hands of policy makers, health officials, other researchers, and the general public? Is your work being translated into practice?
As countries pursue Universal Health Coverage (UHC), their focus tends to be on health financing and health service delivery. Governance is often overlooked, and yet is a critical component of UHC design.