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.

2021

Maglić D.R., Holt W., Daley T.C., and Rosenblatt A. (2021).

Family organizations in children’s mental health systems of care: The challenge of maintaining financial sustainability.

Subbian V., Solomonides A., Clarkson M., Rahimzadeh V.N., Petersen C., Schreiber R., DeMuro P.R., Dua P., Goodman K.W., Kaplan B., Koppel R., Lehmann C.U., Pan E., and Senathirajah Y. (2021).

Ethics and informatics in the age of COVID-19: Challenges and recommendations for public health organization and public policy.

2020

Gottfredson D.C., Crosse S., Tang Z., Bauer E.L., Harmon M.A., Hagen C.A., and Greene A.D. (2020).

Effects of school resource officers on school crime and responses to school crime.

Chollette V., Weaver S.J., Huang G., Tsakraklides S., and Tu S-P. (2020).

Identifying cancer care team competencies to improve care coordination in multiteam systems: A modified Delphi Study.

Bookwalter D.B., Roenfeldt K.A., LeardMann C.A., Kong S.Y., Riddle M.S., and Rull R.P. (2020).

Posttraumatic stress disorder and risk of selected autoimmune diseases among US military personnel.

Levi S., Lee H., Ren W., Polson A., and McCloskey S. (2020).

Awareness and availability of child passenger safety information resources.

Benedick A., De Leonardis D., Petraglia E., and Green J. (2020).

Evaluation of correct child restraint system installation.

Vidal S., Petraglia E., Arthur T., Harmon M., Foster M., and Lowe N. (2020).

Kentucky juvenile justice reform evaluation: Assessing the effects of SB 200 on youth dispositional outcomes and racial and ethnic disparities.

Vidal S., Kulbicki K., Arthur T., Kaasa S., Harmon M., Foster M., and Lowe N. (2020).

Kentucky juvenile justice reform evaluation: Assessment of community-based services for justice-involved youth.

Levi S., Lee H., Ren W., McCloskey S., and Polson A. (2020).

Reducing child restraint misuse: National survey of awareness and use of inspection stations.

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