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, Jacob Joseph-David discussed the findings of a study aimed at determining if mail pre-notifications impacted the response rate of a web survey.
Zippora Kiptanui recently presented a paper focusing on whether brand-name drugs and their generic equivalents have consistent label information.
In this presentation, Paul Dowell explains the benefits of the Enhanced MTM Model.
This presentation determines if an amnesty program can influence the access to and use of health care for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US.
This presentation details how reading apprenticeship programs for teachers can improve professional development and in turn, literacy skills in their students.
This presentation details the lessons learned from the ABC career pathway initiative, and suggests improvements for other career pathway programs.
This presentation will detail the lessons learned in navigating the relationships among program implementers, external evaluator and funders.
In this presentation, Lucy Cutting describes findings of the impact evaluation of a program aimed at reducing child labor and increasing educational attainment of at-risk youth.
Alisú Schoua-Glusberg gave a presentation explaining the benefits cognitive testing can bring to researchers conducting interviews in different settings and languages.
Kevin Van Dyke presented a rapid fire session at the AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference in 2018 about the need for engaging health navigators in the development of tools that better inform consumers' health plan selection.