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The Pregnancy Nutrition Surveillance System (PNSS) is a public health surveillance system that describes the nutritional status of low-income pregnant, postpartum or nursing women enrolled in federally funded maternal and child health and nutrition programs. In Michigan PNSS, data is collected solely from WIC clients. Self-reported demographic, behavioral, and health information is collected at the local WIC agency and verified by a nurse, registered dietitian, nutritionist, or other health professional. Anthropomorphic measurements (height, weight, and birthweight), clinical nutritional indicators status (i.e. hematology measurements), and breastfeeding practices are also collected. Data is aggregated at the state level and submitted to the MI- PNSS and PedNSS Application for analysis.
Below, you will find the last six years of PNSS Reports
|2019 PNSS State||2018 PNSS State||2017 PNSS State|
|2019 PNSS LA||2018 PNSS LA||2017 PNSS LA|
|2019 PNSS County||2018 PNSS County||2017 PNSS County|
|2019 PNSS Clinic||2018 PNSS Clinic||2017 PNSS Clinic|