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.


Brewer B.K., Valdes Salgado R., Evans A., Lo A., and Bhatia R. (2021).

National assessment on the compliance with the code and the national measures: Philippines Report.

Li J., Li L., Krenzke T., and Chang W.-Y. (2021).

An approach to estimate the reidentification risk in longitudinal survey microdata.

Kali J., Krenzke T., Chen Y., Chen J.A., and Green J. (2021).

Evaluation of methods to form segments from Census blocks in area sample designs.

Jones M., Cecere W.E., Lin T.-H., Kali J., and Flores Cervantes I. (2021).

Modeling survey nonresponse under a cluster sample design: Classification and regression tree methodologies compared.

Soule E., Bansal-Travers M., Grana R., McIntosh S., Price S., Unger J.B., and Walton K. (2021).

Electronic cigarette use intensity measurement challenges and regulatory implications.

Monroe A.K., Levy M.E., Greenberg A.E., Keruly J.C., Moore R.D., Horberg M.A., Kulie P., Mohanraj B.S., Kumar P.N., and Castel A.D. (2021).

Integrase inhibitor prescribing disparities in the DC and Johns Hopkins HIV cohorts.

Price S.M., O'Donoghue A.C., Rizzo L., Sapru S., and Aikin K.J. (2021).

What influences healthcare providers' prescribing decisions? Results from a national survey.

Owens V. and Saw H.W. (2021).

Black Americans demonstrate comparatively low levels of depression and anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aikin K.J., Sullivan H.W., Berktold J., Stein K.L., and Hoverman V.J. (2021).

Consumers' experience with and attitudes toward direct-to-consumer prescription drug promotion: A nationally representative survey.

Koay W.L.A., Dirajlal-Fargo S., Levy M.E., Kulie P., Monroe A., Castel A.D., and Rakhmanina N.Y. (2021).

Integrase strand transfer inhibitors and weight gain in children and youth with perinatal human immunodeficiency virus in the DC cohort.

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