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New Mexico Indicator-Based Information System (NM-IBIS)

New Mexico's Indicator Based Information System (NM-IBIS) is New Mexico's source for data and information on our state's priority public health issues. 


Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)

The best source of data on mothers and babies. The New Mexico Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (NM PRAMS) surveys new mothers to improve maternal and infant health.

Kids for Peace

2022 Kids count data book

This annual report describes how children in America are in the midst of a mental health crisis, struggling with anxiety and depression at unprecedented levels.

Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)

NM PRAMS samples over 2,000 new mothers each year. A computer chooses names at random from live birth certificates. Participation in PRAMS is voluntary. Approximately 70% of sampled mothers respond to NM PRAMS. Mailed questionnaires are the primary mode of response. Telephone interviewers call mothers who do not respond by mail.

How does New mexico use Prams data?

The New Mexico Help Us Grow Strong (NM HUGS) study is a research project sponsored by the New Mexico Department of Health (NMDOH). The purpose of the study is to learn about the health and experiences of mothers and their infants after the early postpartum period through their second year. The goal of the follow up survey to Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System (PRAMS) is to improve the health and well-being of women and toddlers.

what does Nm hugs do?

NM HUGS informs policy makers, healthcare providers and the public about health of New Mexico toddlers. NM HUGS data are useful for making decisions about healthcare services, programs, and policies.

Prams report and surveys

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