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Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring
The Michigan Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System or PRAMS is a project that, with help from our partners at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), gathers high quality, population-based data about maternal attitudes and experiences before, during, and after pregnancy. With the data collected from this survey, we can help improve the health of mothers and their babies throughout the State of Michigan.
If you have been asked to participate in PRAMS and/or received a Michigan PRAMS packet in the mail, the PRAMS FAQs page gives you more details about participating in MI PRAMS. The PRAMS Successes page gives examples of why participating in PRAMS is an important way to show your support for making Michigan a healthier place for mothers and babies.
Michigan PRAMS Project Coordinator
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