Pete Haak (MDHHS) is thrilled to have been working with the Michigan Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (MI PRAMS) survey since 2015. He is the project coordinator and primary analyst for MI PRAMS. He has received predoctoral training in perinatal epidemiology at Michigan State University and looks forward to sharing the collective experiences of thousands of Michigan mothers.
Results from the Michigan Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring Survey will be discussed to exemplify safe sleep practices among Michigan mothers. Disparities in safe sleep practices and patient-provider safe sleep discussions will be explored, highlighting improvements. Input from fathers and grandparents in southeast Michigan regarding infant safe sleep message development and recommendations will be shared along […]
Health professionals who serve expecting mothers understand the quality of care they provide to the women they support. It is impossible for any one person or clinic to identify strengths and weaknesses in prenatal care at the population level. To provide this important perspective on completeness of prenatal care, both successes and missed opportunities, we […]