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Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) Publications

Data Books

Data Briefs

Breastfeeding Initiation and Duration 2013-2016 Data Brief: Flu Vaccination Rates in Pregnancy Smoking Before, During, and After Pregnancy
Breastfeeding Initiation and Duration 2013-2016 Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
(July 2018)
Flu Vaccination Rates in Pregnancy Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
(February 2018)
Smoking Before, During,
and After Pregnancy
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(August 2017)
Folic Acid Use Before Pregnancy Breastfeeding Experiences The Untapped Potential of Text Messaging
Folic Acid Use Before Pregnancy Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol (June 2017) Breastfeeding Experiences Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol (May 2017) The Untapped Potential of Text Messaging Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol (November 2016)

Infographics

Insurance Inforgraphic PRAMS Safe Sleep cover NH PRAMS Fact Sheet
Health Care Access
Before, During, and
After Pregnancy,
2013-2016
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(September 2018)
Safe Sleep Recommendations Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol
(June 2017)
NH PRAMS Fact Sheet Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol (August 2017)
Medicaid in PRAMS    
Medicaid in PRAMS 2013 Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol    

NH PRAMS Survey Questionnaires

2013-2015 NH PRAMS Survey Questionnaire   Access the Current NH PRAMS Questionnaire

2013-2015 NH PRAMS
Survey Questionnaire Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

  Current NH PRAMS
Questionnaire
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Researchers can request NH PRAMS data by submitting a Data Request

CDC's PRAMS Online Data ResourceCDC's PRAMS data is available online now; click on the PRAMStat image to access this menu-driven application; data is available by topic, by state, by year (2000-2011).

Multi-state data sets for researchers are available through the CDC. Please see CDC's page for Researchers for further information.

For more detailed PRAMS methodology, see CDC's PRAMS Methodology page.

For more information on PRAMS including other participating states, see the CDC's PRAMS webpage.

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