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.


Patel R.M., Hendrickson J.E., Nellis M.E., Birch R., Goel R., Karam O., Karafin M.S., Hanson S.J., Sachais B.S., Hauser R.G., Luban N.L.C., Gottschall J., Josephson C.D., and Sola-Visner M. (2021).

Variation in neonatal transfusion practice.

Park Y-M.M., Bookwalter D.B., O'Brien K.M., Jackson C.L., Weinberg C.R., and Sandler D.P. (2021).

A prospective study of type 2 diabetes, metformin use, and risk of breast cancer.

Vanderpool R.C., Huang G., Mollica M., Gutierrez A.I., and Maynard C.D. (2021).

Cancer information-seeking in an age of COVID-19: Findings from the National Cancer Institute's Cancer Information Service.

Jaurretche M., Levy M., Castel A.D., Powers Happ L., Monroe A.K., and Wyche K.F. (2021).

Factors influencing successful recruitment of racial and ethnic minority patients for an observational HIV cohort study in Washington, DC.

Rog D.J., Henderson K.A., Wagner C.A., and Abbruzzi E.L. (2021).

Housing matters, services might: Findings from the High Needs Families Program Evaluation.

Ng D., Gallaway M.S., Huang G.C., Famolaro T., Boehm J., Stachon K., and Rohan E.A. (2021).

Partnering with healthcare facilities to understand psychosocial distress screening practices among cancer survivors: Pilot study implications for study design, recruitment, and data collection.

Benedick A., Levi S., Petraglia E., and De Leonardis D. (2021).

Using electronic devices while driving: Legislation and enforcement implications.

Isenberg E. and Webber A. (2021).

State and district use of Title II, Part A funds in 2018–19.

Opsomer J., Chen A., Chang W.-Y., and Foley D. (2021).

U.S. employment higher in the private sector than in the education sector for U.S.-trained doctoral scientists and engineers: Findings from the 2019 Survey of Doctorate Recipients.

Viet S.M., Heikkinen M.S.A., and Dellarco M. (2021).

Considerations for stability of environmental samples in storage for long-term studies.

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