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Geriatric Research

Project details: Over a period of several years, LTG worked with the Bureau of Primary Health Care [BPHC], Division of Programs for Special Populations, in the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, on geriatric policy and practice. LTG both made use of existing data and gathered new qualitative […]
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STD Analysis

Project details: LTG Associates conducted a program-wide assessment for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on their Syphilis Elimination Program, based on evaluation data collected from all CDC-funded local-level grantees working to eliminate syphilis in their local population through increased access to and utilization of testing and primary care services.  The analysis synthesized […]
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WHO 3X5 Evaluation

Project details: For the World Health Organization (WHO) LTG conducted an evaluation of the Collaborative Fund’s Preparing for Treatment Programme, funded in part by the WHO. The Programme’s objective was to support and expand national and, where appropriate, sub-national community-driven HIV/AIDS treatment preparedness efforts to support the scale-up of national anti-retroviral therapy (ART) Programmes and […]
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AHRQ Evaluation

Project details: The Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) commissioned an evaluation to identify how MONAHRQ was being used and by whom to better guide future efforts in expanding and improving upon the software. The evaluation was also intended to help AHRQ better understand the environment in which comparative health information is developed and […]
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Nursing Moms Evaluation

Project details: LTG Associates provided evaluation support to the Office on Women’s Health in the Office of the Secretary, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to understand the challenges and opportunities encountered by employers and mothers around accommodations for lactating women returning to work after giving birth. OWH had developed significant resources for employers […]
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