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.

2022

Lennert-Cody C.E., McCracken M., Siu S., Oliveros-Ramos R., Maunder M.N., Aires-da-Silva A., Carvajal-Rodríguez J.M., Opsomer J.D., and de Barros P. (2022).

Single-cluster systematic sampling designs for shark catch size composition in a Central American longline fishery.

Borger C., Zimmerman T., DeMatteis J., Gollapudi B., Whaley S., Ritchie L., Au L., and May L. (2022).

WIC Infant and Toddler Feeding Practices Study-2: Fifth year report.

Koyama A.K., Bullard K.M., Pavkov M.E., Park J., Mardon R., and Zhang P. (2022).

Progression to diabetes among older adults with hemoglobin A1c-defined prediabetes in the US.

Monroe A.K., Xiao J., Greenberg A.E., Levy M.E., Temprosa M., Resnik J.B., and Castel A.D. (2022).

Risk of severe COVID-19 disease and the pandemic's impact on service utilization among a longitudinal cohort of persons with HIV-Washington, DC.

Josephson C.D., Glynn S., Mathew S., Birch R., Bakkour S., Baumann Kreuziger L., Busch M.P., Chapman K., Dinardo C., Hendrickson J., Hod E.A., Kelly S., Luban N., Mast A., Norris P., Custer B., Sabino E., Sachais B., Spencer B.R., Stone M., and Kleinman S. (2022).

The Recipient Epidemiology and Donor Evaluation Study-IV-Pediatric (REDS-IV-P): A research program striving to improve blood donor safety and optimize transfusion outcomes across the lifespan.

Wipfli H.L., Kim M., Vassey J., and Stanton C. (2022).

Vaping and anime: A growing area of concern.

Zebrak K., Yount N., Sorra J., Famolaro T., Gray L., Carpenter D., and Caporaso A. (2022).

Development, pilot study, and psychometric analysis of the AHRQ Surveys on Patient Safety Culture (SOPS) workplace safety supplemental items for hospitals.

Bryan L.N., Smith-Grant J., Brener N., Kilmer G., Lo A., Queen B., and Underwood J.M. (2022).

Electronic versus paper and pencil survey administration mode comparison: 2019 Youth Risk Behavior Survey.

Bond G.R., Al-Abdulmunem M., Ressler D.R., Drake R.E., Davis L.L., Meyer T., Gade D.M., Frueh B.C., and Dickman R.B. (2022).

Evaluation of an employment intervention for veterans transitioning from the military: A randomized controlled trial.

Donenberg G.R., Merrill K.G., Obiezu-Umeh C., Nwaozuru U., Blachman-Demner D., Subramanian S., Fournier A., and Iwelunmor J. (2022).

Harmonizing implementation and outcome data across HIV prevention and care studies in resource-constrained settings.

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