Mackenzie P E Becker

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  • Barbara Gault, Iwpr President, +50 authors Jane Henrici
  • 2013
This report is one of two studies conducted in collaboration with the Caring Across Generations Campaign by the Institute for Women's Policy Research on ways to improve working conditions experienced by low-income immigrant women doing in-home care work in the United States. Improving Career Opportunities for Immigrant Women In-Home Care Workers addresses(More)
  • Elzbieta Gozdziak, Law Center Heidi Hartmann, +55 authors Jane Henrici
  • 2013
This report is one of two studies conducted in collaboration with the Caring Across Generations Campaign, by the Institute for Women's Policy Research, on ways to improve working conditions experienced by low-income immigrant women doing in-home care work in the United States. Increasing Pathways to Legal Status for Immigrant In-Home Care Workers explores(More)
OBJECTIVE Early intervention services (EISs) for mental illness may improve outcomes, although treatment engagement is often a problem. Incorporating patients' preferences in the design of interventions improves engagement. A discrete-choice conjoint experiment was conducted in Canada to identify EIS attributes that encourage treatment initiation. METHODS(More)
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