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.

2018

Weinberg A., Mussi-Pinhata M.M., Yu Q., Cohen R.A., Almeida V.C., Amaral F.R., Freimanis L., Harris D.R., Smith C., and Siberry G. (2018).

Factors associated with lower respiratory tract infections in HIV-exposed uninfected infants.

Rubenstein L., Dukes S., Fearing C., Foster B.K., Painter K., Rosenblatt A., and Rubin W. (2018).

A case study for social marketing: Key strategies for transforming the children's mental health system in the United States.

Brick J.M. (2018).

Sampling to minimize nonresponse bias.

Brick J.M. (2018).

Optimizing response rates.

Carpenter D.C., Hassell S., Mardon R.E., Fair Reefer S., Johnson M., Siegel S., and Nix M. (2018).

Using learning communities to support adoption of health care innovations.

Seeger M.W., Pechta L.E., Price S.M., Lubell K.M., Rose D.A., Sapru S., Chansky M.C., and Smith B.J. (2018).

A conceptual model for evaluating emergency risk communication in public health.

Marker D.A., Mardon R.E., Jenkins F., Campione J.R., Nooney J., Li J., Saydah S., Zhang X., Shrestha S., and Rolka D. (2018).

State-level estimation of diabetes and prediabetes prevalence: Combining national and local survey data and clinical data.

Burke-Garcia A., Kreps G.L., and Wright K.B. (2018).

Perceptions about disseminating health information among mommy bloggers: Quantitative study.

Chung D.C., McCague S., Yu Z.F., Thill S., DiStefano-Pappas J., Bennett J., Cross D., Marshall K., Wellman J., and High K.A. (2018).

Novel mobility test to assess functional vision in patients with inherited retinal dystrophies.

Vidal S. and Connell C.M. (2018).

Treatment effects of parent-child focused evidence-based programs on problem severity and functioning among children and adolescents with disruptive behavior.

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