Case Studies

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Results: 28

A doctor provides care to a baby.

Improving Childhood Cancer Outcomes in Latin America

By ICTS and St. Jude Global

Proyecto EVAT: A multicenter implementation of pediatric early warning scores (PEWS) in resource-limited settings

Linking Eating Behavior to Flavor Perception in Early Childhood

By WF Clinical & Translational Science Institute

Shaping positive patterns of eating behavior in young children

Supporting Maternal Mental Health in Early Childhood Settings

By Implementation Research Institute (IRI)

Implementing the Mothers and Babies program in Baltimore City

Optimizing Provider Training in Eating Disorders (OPTED)

By Implementation Research Institute (IRI)

Increasing accessibility of eating disorder services for diverse youth

Focus on mature woman crouching down and talking with 6 year old boy wearing glasses and sitting with female classmate in front row.

Supporting Teacher Use of Positive Behavior Management Interventions in the Classroom

By Implementation Research Institute (IRI)

Developing implementation resources that support teachers and improve student well-being

Safely Reopening Schools during COVID-19

By ICTS and UCI Institute for Clinical & Translational Science

Leveraging multidisciplinary collaboration and partnerships to create guidance for schools navigating the pandemic

Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis developed a saliva-based test for COVID-19. Collecting samples is fast, easy, and less invasive than other COVID-19 diagnostic tests. Photo Credit: Matt Miller

Expanding SARS-CoV-2 Testing with a Saliva-Based Test


A rapid, simple, and economical diagnostic test for COVID-19

Biopsychosocial Determinants of Pain in Sickle Cell Disease

By Duke University Clinical & Translational Science

A study of the contributors to severe pain, toward better management