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.


Zhang X., Zonfrillo M.R., Durbin D.R., Winston F.K., and Stineman M.G. (2014).

Residual cognitive disability after completion of inpatient rehabilitation among injured children.

Blair A., Hoppin J.A., Umbach D.M., Sandler D.P., Alavanja M.C., Long S., Rinsky J.L., Henneberger P.K., Salvo P.M., Zeldin D.C., London S.J., and Beane L.E. (2014).

Respiratory disease in United States farmers.

Yan T., Fricker S., and Tsai S. (2014).

Response burden: What predicts it and who is burdened out?.

Aliyu M.H., Blevins M., Megazzini K.M., Gebi U.I., Muhammad M.Y., Shepherd B.E., Vermund S.H., Wester C.W., Parrish D.D., Ahmed M.L., and Hassan A. (2014).

Risk factors for delayed initiation of combination antiretroviral therapy in rural north central Nigeria.

Harris D.R., Law A.S., Nixdorf D.R., Reams G.J., Rabinowitz I., Smith J.A., and Torres A.V. (2014).

Root canal therapy reduces multiple dimensions of pain: A National Dental Practice-Based Research Network study.

Stanton C.A., Shuter J., Modael A., Kim R., and Weinberger A. (2014).

Self-efficacy to quit in HIV-infected smokers.

Hofer C.B., Harris D.R., Hazra R., Ruz N.P., Pilotto J.H., de Oliveira R.H., de Abreu T.F., Kakehasi F., and Krauss M.R. (2014).

Short communication: Kidney dysfunction among HIV-infected children in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Dougherty R.H., Lyman D.R., George P., Ghose S.S., Daniels A.S., Delphin-Rittmon M.E., Kurtz M.M., and Farkas M. (2014).

Skill building: Assessing the evidence.

Berg E., Cecere W., and Ghosh M. (2014).

Small area estimation for county-level farmland cash rental rates.

Troppe P., Milanowski A., Webber A., Gutmann B., Reisner E., and Goertz M. (2014).

State implementation of reforms promoted under the Recovery Act.

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