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Westat assesses the impact of behavioral health issues and how to address those challenges.
Volviendo a Vivir is an intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and HIV counseling and testing services program in Washington, DC, that targets recently incarcerated ex-offenders in the Latino community. Is it a success? Westat evaluated its outcomes.
Have Medicaid-managed care plans developed innovative approaches to coordinating care for people with chronic physical illnesses and behavioral health conditions? Westat will investigate the issue and report on our findings.
Depressed? Anxious? Having negative thoughts or feelings? There's relief right at your fingertips with a new mobile app developed by Westat for the Center for Mental Health Services. It's an innovative resource for coping with challenging and stressful situations.
Westat staff will join National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)-
UnitedHealth Global Health Program members at the 9th and Final Semi-Annual Steering Committee meeting in Bethesda, Maryland, April 13-16, 2014.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), Westat, and other collaborators will receive the American Association for Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) 2014 Policy Impact Award for their work on measuring sexual assault among prisoners in the United States. The award presentation will take place at the AAPOR Annual Conference in Anaheim, California, on May 15-18, 2014.Continue reading Westat, BJS, and Collaborators Recognized with 2014 AAPOR Policy Impact Award
Amelia Burke-Garcia, Director of Westat’s Center for Digital Strategy & Research, will be co-leading the preconference workshop with a representative from Google at this year’s PRNews’ Measurement Conference. The workshop is titled Google for Communicators: Essential Tools and Tactics.Continue reading Westat Researcher Leads Workshop on Using Google for Communication Campaigns