Find here, links to data, facts sheets and reports related to maternal and child health.
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- Louisiana Fatal Injuries: Top Causes (2015 data)
- Child Deaths from Unintentional Injury (ages 1-9) in Louisiana (2010-2012)
- Child Deaths from Unintentional Injury (ages 1-9) in Louisiana (2009-2011)
- Drowning Prevention Infographic (parent-friendly)
- Drowning Prevention Infographic – YMCA Water Safety Classes (parent-friendly)
- This version includes recommends the YMCA’s free or low-cost water safety classes
The mission of the Louisiana Child Death Review program is to better understand how and why children die unexpectedly in Louisiana in order to reduce future injury and deaths. State and local panels review the circumstances contributing to infant and child deaths, then make systems-level recommendations for how to prevent future deaths.
The Child Death Review Report compiles key findings from data collected over a three year period, including causes of infant and child death by age, comparisons between Louisiana rates and national averages, and prevention recommendations.
Louisiana Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) is an ongoing, population-based risk factor surveillance system to describe select maternal behaviors and experiences that occur before and during pregnancy, as well as during a child’s early infancy. Phase 7 (2012-2015) survey questions are available here. Current survey questions (Phase 8, 2016 – present) are available here .
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