South Carolina PRAMS 2004-2005 databook : surveillance report on maternal health and experiences during pregnancy and the early infancy period
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South Carolina Division of Biostatistics
SubjectPregnancy--South Carolina--Statistics; Health surveys--South Carolina; Mothers--Health and hygiene--South Carolina--Statistics; Infants--Health and hygiene--South Carolina--Statistics
The South Carolina Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (SC PRAMS) Project plays a significant role in SC DHEC’s public health surveillance activities. The PRAMS Project monitors and disseminates information on maternal behavioral risk factors occurring during pregnancy and on a child’s early infancy period related to birth outcomes. Thus, the SC PRAMS Project provides sound and reliable maternal and infant health data which can be used by health professionals for the planning and evaluation of perinatal health programs and for making policy decisions affecting the health of mothers and babies in South Carolina.
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|Publisher||South Carolina State Library|
|Digital Collection||South Carolina State Documents Depository|
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