Publications

Publications

Westat researchers publish on a wide array of topics that further our understanding of the field and focus on improving lives through research. Selected publications that communicate our findings, including books, peer-reviewed articles and technical reports, conference proceedings, and more are presented here.

2022

Manian N., Rog D.J., Lieberman L., and Kerr E.M. (2022).

The organizational trauma-informed practices tool (O-TIPs): Development and preliminary validation.

Nastasi B.K., Hitchcock J.H., Gutierrez R., and Oshrin S. (2022).

Promoting quality of mixed methods consultation research: A synergistic participatory framework.

Kumar V. and Encinosa W. (2022).

Revisiting the obesity paradox in health care expenditures among adults with diabetes.

Kumar V. and Encinosa W. (2022).

Explaining the obesity paradox in healthcare utilization among people with type 2 diabetes.

Niehoff N.M., Terry M.B., Bookwalter D.B., Kaufman J.D., O'Brien K.M., Sandler D.P., and White A.J. (2022).

Air pollution and breast cancer: An examination of modification by underlying familial breast cancer risk.

Carpenter-Song E., Acquilano S.C., Noel V., Al-Abdulmunem M., Torous J., and Drake R.E. (2022).

Individualized intervention to support mental health recovery through implementation of digital tools into clinical care: Feasibility study.

Stone M., Di Germanio C., Wright D.J., Sulaeman H., Dave H., Fink R.V., Notari E.P., Green V., Strauss D., Kessler D., Destree M., Saa P., Williamson P.C., Simmons G., Stramer S.L., Opsomer J., Jones J.M., Kleinman S., and Busch M.P. (2022).

Use of US blood donors for national serosurveillance of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 antibodies: Basis for an expanded national donor serosurveillance program.

Yount N., Zebrak K.A., Famolaro T., Sorra J., and Birch R. (2022).

Linking patient safety culture to quality ratings in the nursing home setting.

2021

Amsbary M., Hubbard F., Green J., Morganstein D., and Lewis K. (2021).

2018 CBECS stratum misclassification: Issue and solutions.

Singer J.P., Jenness J.W., Tefft B.C., Benson A., and Horrey W.J. (2021).

Do the branding, tone, and mode of training materials influence consumer understanding of a partially automated driving system?.

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