SURVEY OF NEW MOTHERS IN MARYLAND

("PRAMS")

 
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS). PRAMS is a population-based surveillance of new mothers in Maryland that has been operating at the Maternal and Child Health Bureau under a cooperative agreement with the CDC since 1999. PRAMS provides Maryland with information about maternal health factors and behaviors before, during and after pregnancy. Further information, Annual Reports (2000-2010), and program briefs from PRAMS (Unintended Pregnancy, Alcohol Use during Pregnancy, Quality of Prenatal Care, Circumcision, HIV Counseling and Testing, Births to Hispanic Women, Smoking, Breastfeeding, Oral Health, Alcohol Use, Medicaid Coverage, Comments from Maryland Women, Pre-Pregnancy Obesity, Maternal Age, Postpartum Depression, County Factors, Intimate Partner Violence, Flu Immunization) are available at www.marylandprams.org.