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

Shrestha S., Parks C.G., Richards-Barber M., Chen H., and Sandler D.P. (2021).

Parkinson's disease case ascertainment in a large prospective cohort.

Sugarbaker P.H., Deng T., and Chang D. (2021).

Peritoneal cytology as an indicator of peritoneal metastases in colorectal cancer.

Humensky J.L., Turner L.R., Dixon L.B., Drake R.E., Becker D.R., Subotnik K.L., Ventura J., and Nuechterlein K.H. (2021).

Personnel time required for supported employment and education services for individuals in a recent-onset psychosis treatment program.

Drake R.E. and Bond G.R. (2021).

Psychiatric crisis care and the more is less paradox.

Donnelly R.E., Minami H., Hecht J., Bloom E.L., Tashima K., Selva Kumar D., Abrantes A., Stanton C., and Brown R.A. (2021).

Relationships among self-efficacy, quality of life, perceived vulnerability, and readiness to quit smoking in people living with HIV.

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.

Stroud L.R., Papandonatos G.D., Sharma E., Jao N.C., Goldman S., Vergara-Lopez C., and Scott-Sheldon L.A.J. (2021).

Flavored waterpipe tobacco preferences, perceptions, and use in pregnant women: A latent factor mapping approach.

Shuter J., Reddy K.P., Hyle E.P., Stanton C.A., and Rigotti N.A. (2021).

Harm reduction for smokers living with HIV.

Sugarbaker P.H., Chang D., and Jelinek J.S. (2021).

Concerning CT features predict outcome of treatment in patients with malignant peritoneal mesothelioma.

Drake R.E., Sederer L.I., Becker D.R., and Bond G.R. (2021).

COVID-19, unemployment, and behavioral health conditions: The need for supported employment.

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