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This report reviews the current state of health research, the funding landscape and research capacity in the field of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis (TB), malaria, neglected infectious diseases (NIDs), and health systems in sub-Saharan Africa.
Sep 19, 2014
Ana Cardoso, Gabrielle Breugelmans, Catriona Manville, Joanna Chataway, Gavin Cochrane, James Snodgrass, Mark Chataway, Nikhil Murali
Several New York state initiatives promote integrated care for adults with serious mental illness. This report examines Primary and Behavioral Health Care Integration grants, Medicaid Incentives, and Medicaid Health Homes.
Sep 18, 2014
Deborah M. Scharf, Joshua Breslau, Nicole Schmidt, Daniela Kusuke, B. Lynette Staplefoote, Harold Alan Pincus
Document submitted on September 18, 2014 as an addendum to testimony presented before the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, Subcommittee on Research and Technology and Subcommittee on Oversight on July 31, 2014.
Many current unmanned systems (UxSs) employ different communication systems and have limited autonomy, which limit information sharing with warfighters and other UxSs. This report identifies ways to address these limitations.
This report describes a new approach to identifying and evaluating technological emergence by analyzing connections among different technology areas using the definitions of technology areas set forth by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Describes the Welcome Back Veterans Initiative, which has issued grants to academic medical institutions to create and implement programs and services designed to address the mental health needs of returning veterans and their families.
This report describes the Welcome Back Veterans Initiative, which issued grants to academic medical institutions to create and implement programs and services designed to address the mental health needs of returning veterans and their families.
This report summarizes work on health financing, primary care, and quality and patient safety in Kurdistan: policy options, plans to achieve policy objectives, and implementation of a new management information system.
Sep 17, 2014
C. Ross Anthony, Melinda Moore, Lee H. Hilborne, Andrew W. Mulcahy
These proceedings summarize the discussions and include the white papers from a symposium about compliance as a field, factors that are likely to contribute to its transformation, and practical implications for key stakeholder groups.
This document discusses how personnel research within the U.S. Air Force supports organizational policy decisions, the history of personnel research in the Air Force, and the present personnel research efforts and the organizations that house them.
Sep 15, 2014
Carra S. Sims, Chaitra M. Hardison, Kirsten M. Keller, Abby Robyn
This report presents the findings and recommendations from the evaluation of the first four years of the African Institutions Initiative, a Wellcome Trust funded programme to build sustainable health research capacity.
Active-reserve force mix decisions should consider both capability and cost. This report examines two critical considerations: the time needed to make forces ready to deploy and the relative cost to sustain the same level of deployed output.
Sep 10, 2014
Joshua Klimas, Richard E. Darilek, Caroline Baxter, James Dryden, Thomas F. Lippiatt, Laurie L. McDonald, J. Michael Polich, Jerry M. Sollinger, Stephen Watts
The PROMIS Smoking Initiative developed an assessment toolkit that enables the measurement of current adult smokers' standing in domains of importance to smoking research, including nicotine dependence and using smoking to cope with stress.
Sep 4, 2014
Maria Orlando Edelen, Joan S. Tucker, William G. Shadel, Brian Dale Stucky, Mark Hansen, Li Cai, Jennifer L. Cerully, Megan Kuhfeld, Zhen Li