Oregon PRAMS, the Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, is a project of the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division with support from the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). PRAMS collects data on maternal attitudes and experiences prior to, during, and immediately after pregnancy for a sample of Oregon women. The sample data are analyzed in a way that allows findings to be applied to all Oregon women who have recently had a baby.
Oregon PRAMS data has been continuously collected since 1998.
1998-2001: Data NOT collected under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocol.
2002-2008: Data collected under Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protocol.
Oregon PRAMS-2 Survey
In January 2006, we began reinterviewing Oregon PRAMS respondents when their baby was 2 years old. That survey is called PRAMS-2. It includes questions on such topics as well child care, child nutrition, social support, maternal physical activity and multivitamin use, childcare and screen time. The results are available for the 2006 and 2007 surveys (2004 and 2005 births). If you need data for PRAMS-2, contact Ken Rosenberg
, (971) 673-0237.
CDC's PRAMS On-line Data for Epidemiologic Research
CPONDER is a Web-based query system created to access data collected through Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) surveys. CPONDER contains PRAMS data from 2000 through 2007 for state/year combinations that achieve at least a 70% response rate (from all participating PRAMS states).