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PRAMS

The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) is a joint research project between the Alabama Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The purpose of Alabama PRAMS is to learn why some babies are born healthy and others are not. PRAMS is a survey that is sent to mothers who are chosen randomly and who have recently given birth. The purpose of the survey is to collect information about these mothers' behaviors and experiences before, during and after pregnancy. Some topics covered by PRAMS include pregnancy intention, prenatal care, smoking, breastfeeding, contraceptive use, and many other topics.  

For more information call (334) 206-2700. Also, visit the CDC PRAMS Website.

Special Reports

Unintended Pregnancies in Alabama, 2009-2011 (Fact Sheet)

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Postpartum Depression, 2007-2009 (Fact Sheet)

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How PRAMS Influences Public Health in Alabama (Slide Show)

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Dental Care during Pregnancy in Alabama, April 2004 (Fact Sheet)

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Planning Ahead with Folic Acid, October 2003 (Fact Sheet)

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Alabama Breastfeeding in 2003 (Fact Sheet)

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Breastfeeding in Alabama: The Healthy Choice, May 1996 (Newsletter)

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Contraceptive Use and Unintended Pregnancy, 1996 (Newsletter)

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Pregnancy and Alcohol Use in Alabama, November 1998 (Newsletter)

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