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.
Ilene Harris presented the results of a systematic literature review to understand economic, patient, practice and policy factors influencing generic drug use among older Americans and international patients.
Jennifer Pooler presented a study that sought to better understand primary care providers' perceptions of hunger and food security screenings for older patients.
Mithuna Srinivasan presented the evaluation of the Virginia Employment Through Entrepreneurship Consortium (VETEC) Program.
Jing Dong presented on the impact that increasing use of long-term care home and community-based services has on spousal health.
Jaime Meza-Cordero presented the findings of an evaluation of a conditional cash transfer program of the Government of Costa Rica.
This presentation evaluates how hospital behavior changes when given the Hospital Safety Score test.
Ilene Harris and Zippora Kiptanui 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 examines the use of generic drugs in several sociodemographic categories, including age, sex, race/ethnicity, and income.
Amy Djangali presented a poster explaining the effect of survey cover letter paper color on response rates.
This presentation focuses on how high reliability organizations can use different tools and programs to train teams.