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Deployment can be a significant source of stress for military families. Understanding how families prepare in the face of such stress, and which families are less likely to prepare, is a priority of the Department of Defense.
Jul 25, 2016
Wendy M. Troxel, Thomas E. Trail, Lisa H. Jaycox, Anita Chandra
Liver transplant patients who use prescription opioids before their transplant face a higher risk of hospital readmissions.
Jul 25, 2016
Shari Rogal, Gautham Mankaney, Viyan Udawatta, Chester B. Good, Matthew Chinman, Susan L. Zickmund, Klaus Bielefeldt, Naudia Jonassaint, Alison Jazwinski, Obaid Shaikh, Christopher Hughes, Abhinav Humar, Andrea DiMartini, Michael J. Fine
U.S. counterterrorism operations rely on authorizations from 2001 and 2002. This report surveys the debate over requirements for a new authorization, the terrorist challenge, purposes and key elements of such legislation, and congressional options.
Using information drawn from the report findings, this interactive tool for ranking court innovation needs allows users to re-prioritize the needs, based on their own views of the importance of different court system policy goals.
RAND researchers assess the ability of the Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs to support the Afghan Local Police program, discussing logistics, personnel management, and training activities essential to the program's success.
Jul 21, 2016
Jefferson P. Marquis, Sean Duggan, Brian J. Gordon, Lisa Miyashiro