Few studies have assessed clinician adherence to depression practice guidelines and relationship between clinician adherence and depression outcomes
Asserts that it is unfair to hold students and schools accountable for success without giving them the resources to succeed; also addresses public benefits of the arts, U.N. and U.S. experiences in nation building, and access cards in the workplace.
A feasible, consumer-led intervention improves provider competencies in domains that are necessary for the provision of high-quality care.
Examines the range of arts programming partnerships in the Los Angeles Unified School District and provides feedback from principals, teachers, arts organizations, and district arts advisors on the challenges and obstacles in these partnerships.
Dec 17, 2004
This research brief describes work documented in Arts Education Partnerships: Lessons Learned from One School District's Experience (MG-222-EDU).
One approach to improving the quality of rare for severe mental illnesses such as schizophrenia is through the improvement of provider competencies.
Final Report for Policy Evaluation of the Effect of the 1996 Welfare Reform Legislation on SSI Benefits for Disabled Children
This document is the final report for an evaluation conducted by RAND for the Social Security Administration (SSA) titled "Policy Evaluation of the Effect of the 1996 Welfare Reform Legislation on SSI Benefits for Disabled Children."
This study measured the association between gynecologic conditions and quality of life in women before hysterectomy.
Background and Study Design Report for Policy Evaluation of the Effect of the 1996 Welfare Reform Legislation on SSI Benefits for Disabled Children
This report provides background information and a description of the study design for RAND's evaluation of the effect of the 1996 welfare reform legislation on Supplemental Security Income benefits for disabled children.
The current investigation assessed the relative benefits of a massed vs. an expanding-spaced exposure schedule.
These findings offer support for the beneficial effects of varying the stimulus during exposure.