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RAND researchers identified best practices for engaging participants in the All of Us Research Program, which collects long-term health data from 1 million U.S. adults. Engagement involves awareness, enrollment, and retention of program participants.
Aug 17, 2018
Dmitry Khodyakov, Elizabeth Bromley, Sandra Kay Evans, Katharine Sieck
In this paper, using data from the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), we contribute to the literature on education and health with new empirical evidence on the long-term causal effect of education on health from Ireland.
This Perspective can help to inform upcoming decisions to improve U.S. military abilities (which have been eroding vis-à-vis those of China and Russia) to deter aggression and intimidation, assure allies, and influence events in East Asia and Europe.
This policy memo prepared for the European Platform for Investing in Children, provides a short resource guide for child-serving organisations to support effective implementation of evidence-based practices.
This report describes the differences and similarities between Air Force and joint doctrine and identifies ways to increase doctrinal alignment. It also evaluates the potential role of doctrine in increasing airmen's joint warfighting proficiency.
Aug 16, 2018
Miranda Priebe, Laurinda L. Rohn, Alyssa Demus, Bruce McClintock, Derek Eaton, Sarah Harting, Maria McCollester
Despite noteworthy progress in detecting diabetic retinopathy and access to DR screening, telemedical screening adds additional burdens to medical staff that should be addressed to strengthen the potential of such platforms.
Aug 15, 2018
Kathryn E. Bouskill, Carolyn Smith-Morris, George H. Bresnick, Jorge Cuadros, Elin Ronby Pedersen
This annual thematic report of the European Platform for Investing in Children provides a snapshot of recent changes and new developments in the area of child and family policies across the EU in 2017.
Aug 15, 2018
Barbara Janta, Eleftheria Iakovidou, Milda Butkute
This report is a review of teaching and practice in childcare settings. It identifies areas of early years childcare practice that are well evidenced and provides an accessible overview of the research for policymakers and practitioners.
Aug 15, 2018
Megan Sim, Julie Belanger, Lucy Hocking, Sashka Dimova, Eleftheria Iakovidou, Barbara Janta, William Teager
This dissertation measures access to buprenorphine, the fastest growing form of medication-assisted treatment, and the effects of demand side interventions aiming to tackle the opioid problem in America.
This report documents analyses of two ways to supplement the traditional Air Force pilot career path to enhance force sustainment: a warrant officer component to fill pilot requirements or an aviation technical track for commissioned officers.
Aug 14, 2018
Albert A. Robbert, Michael G. Mattock, Beth J. Asch, John S. Crown, James Hosek, Tara L. Terry
This report evaluates the Strength Aptitude Test and related fitness tests to identify strategies for ensuring airmen can meet job-related physical requirements.
Aug 10, 2018
Sean Robson, Stephanie Pezard, Maria C. Lytell, Carra S. Sims, John E., Jr. Boon, Jason Michel Etchegaray, Michael Robbins, David Schulker, Jerry M. Sollinger, Jason H. Campbell, Anthony Atler, Stephan B. Seabrook, Deborah L. Gebhardt, Todd A. Baker, Erica K. Volpe, Kathryn A. Linnenkohl
This report presents findings from a 2016 American Teacher Panel survey, which gathered information about teachers' instructional materials for mathematics, their understanding of their mathematics standards, and their standards-aligned practices.
Aug 9, 2018
V. Darleen Opfer, Julia H. Kaufman, Joseph D. Pane, Lindsey E. Thompson
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