Elizabeth Roth is a research programmer with a broad set of skills, applying quality programming practices to support a variety of research projects. In this field for over 20 years, Roth is primarily a SAS programmer, with experience working with large longitudinal survey data, administrative data, and educational data. She has worked on projects in RAND's Health Care, NSRD, and Education and Labor divisions. Roth is experienced in longitudinal survey data analysis, management of large adminstrative data, project and survey design, programming architecture, and implementation of large complex programming projects.
Gates, Susan M., Elizabeth Roth, and Jonas Kempf, Department of Defense Acquisition Workforce Analyses: Update Through Fiscal Year 2021, RAND Corporation (RR-A758-2), 2022
Shira H. Fischer, Zachary Predmore, Elizabeth Roth, Lori Uscher-Pines, Matthew D. Baird, Joshua Breslau, "Use Of And Willingness To Use Video Telehealth Through The COVID-19 Pandemic," Health Affairs, 41(11), 2022
Joshua Breslau, Carol S. North, Melissa L. Finucane, Elizabeth Roth, Rebecca L. Collins, "Perceived Need for Mental Health Treatment and the Mental Health Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States," Psychiatry, 85(1), 2022
Collins, Rebecca L., Nicole K. Eberhart, Ingrid Estrada-Darley, and Elizabeth Roth, Evaluation of Los Angeles County's L.A. Dodgers 2022 Mental Health Campaign, RAND Corporation (RR-A2455-1), 2022
Collins, Rebecca L., Nicole K. Eberhart, Ingrid Estrada-Darley, and Elizabeth Roth, Evaluation of Los Angeles County's 2022 WeRise Mental Health Events, RAND Corporation (RR-A2455-2), 2022
Joshua Breslau, Melissa L. Finucane, Alicia Revitsky Locker, Matthew D. Baird, Elizabeth Roth, Rebecca L. Collins, "A Longitudinal Study of Psychological Distress in the United States Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic," Preventive Medicine, 143, 2021