Minnesota PRAMS (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System)
PRAMS (Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System) is part of a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) initiative to reduce infant mortality and low birth weight. PRAMS is a survey of mothers who have recently had a baby. It includes questions about attitudes and feelings related to pregnancy, prenatal care, and experiences before, during and after pregnancy. Minnesota PRAMS gathers state-specific information that is used to address public health issues and to develop effective programs and policies that will improve the health of mothers and babies in Minnesota.
Minnesota PRAMS Reports
Minnesota PRAMS Survey 2002-2003 (PDF: 297KB/8 pages) Note: This document is in booklet format. To get the pages into the correct order, print it double-sided, then stack the pages and fold in half to form the questionnaire booklet.