Tracking Health Information Trends: Westat Presents Data at 2019 Users Conference

Learn the latest findings from the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS) and the role of HINTS research in public health and clinical care at the 5th HINTS Data Users Conference, May 22-23, 2019, in Bethesda, Maryland. To date, Westat has fielded the HINTS survey 11 times, with additional rounds of data collection planned through 2020.

HINTS is a National Cancer Institute (NCI) program that collects data about the public’s knowledge of, attitudes toward, and use of cancer- and health-related information. The data inform intervention planning and assess the nation’s progress toward Healthy People goals (see the HINTS website)

Westat staff (names in bold) will contribute the following:

David Cantor, Aaron Maitland, Amy Lin, Mike Jones, Richard Moser, Bradford Hesse, Terisa Davis, and Kelly Blake. (Presentation).  A Nonresponse Bias Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS). 

Andrew Caporaso, Hanyu Sun, Terisa Davis, and David Cantor. (Presentation). Web Probing for HINTS Pretesting.

Andrew Caporaso, Hanyu Sun, David Cantor, Terisa Davis, Richard Moser, Gordon Willis, and Kelly D. Blake. (Poster). HINTS to the Future: A Sneak Peek at the 2019 HINTS Web Pilot.

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