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.
In this presentation, Zippora Kiptanui describes a study that identifies research needs and strategies to monitor genetic drug substitutions in special populations.
In this presentation, Alisú Schoua-Glusberg presented the issues researchers encountered in cognitively testing curves collecting sensitive data on child labor.
This presentation assesses the success of the Journey to Better Health program, measuring enrollment, demographics, and pre- and post-program health and behavioral outcomes.
Chris Li Zhang presented the first nationwide empirical study of casinos' effect on non-gambling sectors, household-level spending data, and high geographic resolution.
Zippora Kiptanui recently presented a paper that collected information on practice patterns and identify potential barriers to generic drug use from clinical practice guidelines.
Neha Nanda moderated a panel on women in STEM at the Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Fall Research Conference, Chicago, Illinois.
Zippora Kiptanui and Ilene Harris recently presented the findings of key informant interviews aimed at understanding the nature and extent of the influence of key groups on generic drug use in the US
This presentation focuses on the necessity of knowing the cultural contexts of the countries in which researchers conduct studies.
Researchers presented a paper on how American Job Centers can increase center accessibility for people with disabilities.
This presentation discusses the increasing number of people in Social Security disability programs, and analyzes how this affects the solvency of the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program.