Data Reports

Links

Delaware Kids Count 2010 Fact Book
2007 Delaware Vital Statistics Annual Report
DE Division of Public Health/Health Planning & Systems Management – Reports on Health in Delaware

Downloads

Child Death Near Death and Stillbirth Commission Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2011
Preventing child deaths in the first state. Child Death, Near Death and Stillbirth Commission Annual Report for fiscal year 2011.

Analysis of the 2007 Delaware Birth Defects Registry — 2011 Analysis
A comprehensive set of analyses was performed on the mothers of the infants listed in the registry, on the infants listed in the registry, and on the registry itself.

Child Death Near Death and Stillbirth Commission Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2010
Preventing child deaths in the first state. Child Death, Near Death and Stillbirth Commission Annual Report for fiscal year 2010.

2008 Vital Statistics Infant Mortality Report
Delaware’s infant mortality rate (IMR) decreased for the third consecutive time period. From its 2000-2004 peak of 9.3, it declined 10 percent to 8.4 infant deaths per 1000 live births in 2004-2008. At 6.7, the U.S. rate remained significantly lower than the Delaware rate.

Delaware Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) — 2008 Analysis
PRAMS, the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, is a comprehensive surveillance project conducted by both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state health departments. This survey collects state-specific, population-based data on maternal attitudes and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy.

HWHB Evaluation Protocol
A multidimensional approach was taken when designing the evaluation plan for the HWHB program. The first part of this analysis centers on the overall comparative capability of the HWHB module, the data collection instrument.

IMR and Preterm Analysis
This report determines whether differences exist in infant mortality rate (IMR) and preterm birth rate between Black Non-Hispanic mothers and White Non-Hispanic mothers in Delaware when stratified by age, education status, and health coverage of the mother at the time of delivery.

PPOR Analysis
The Perinatal Periods of Risk (PPOR) approach was originally developed by Dr. Brian McCarthy and his colleagues at the WHO Perinatal Collaborative Center. The intent was to develop a simple method based on a strong conceptual framework that could be used to mobilize a community to prioritize prevention efforts relevant to feto-infant mortality reduction.

Child Death, Near Death & Stillbirth Commission FY 2008 — FY 2009 Report
Multidisciplinary Child Death Review Panels and Multidisciplinary Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Case Review Teams (CRTs) met from September to May each year to conduct a retrospective review of the history and circumstances surrounding each child’s death or near death in Delaware.

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