IMPAQ staff members are encouraged and supported by the firm to present and publish research papers on their own research or on studies that have been performed for our clients. Below are some recent examples of presentations at professional meetings by IMPAQ staff members.
Neha Nanda, Carolyn Corea, and Bruno Gasperini presented the results of this study at the Allied Social Science Association (ASSA) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.
Vanessa Hoffman presented a study that explored the unique issues that rural school nutrition professionals face in operating successful school meal programs, and their strategies for overcoming those barriers.
This presentation examines the characteristics that have effects on generic drug use, such as sociodemographic categories, Medicare and Medicaid policies, and other factors.
This presentation evaluates the implementation, impacts, and the relative costs and benefits of the Linking Innovation, Knowledge and Employment Program.
Neha Nanda presented the results of this study at the 2017 American Evaluation Association Conference in Washington, DC.
Using empirical evidence, this presentation evaluates the impact of the Maryland Multi-Payor Patient-Centered Medical Home Program on health care disparities.
This presentation analyzes the customer experience in American Job Centers (AJCs), and provides recommendations to enhance or improve their current methods.
In this presentation, Bryan Gale examines how living without access to health and affordable food impacts diet-related disease.
This presentation determines the successes of the Bal Mitra Gram (BMG) program, which seeks to end child labor in villages in rural India.
In this presentation, Jaime Meza-Cordero and Michaela Gulemetova described their experiences of working with two national governments to evaluate the Working Children Program in Costa Rica and the Young Potential Development Program in Ecuador.