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FIMR Overview

FIMR Database Workgroup

The purpose of this Database work group is to develop consensus on a minimal dataset for FIMR programs. Our starting point is the database we developed with Michigan, Delaware, New Jersey and Mississippi. Please click here to go to the workgroup page. 
 
Please contact Jodi Shaefer if you have any questions or want to learn more about the database work group. 

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FIMR & Healthy Start

New to FIMR? Looking to strengthen collaboration between your local FIMR and Healthy Start site? Here are some tools and resources to help you get started.
 

Maternal/Family Interview: Keys to Success for the Interview Process

We are excited to announce our new Maternal and Family Interview Module! This is an overview of the Maternal Interview process with tips to help local programs increase their maternal interviews. Listen to maternal interviewers comment on their strategies to connect with families.

 

What's Happening

FIMR Programs Improve Community Systems: Survey Results From Local Programs

July 7, 2016 — Click on the pdf to access the latest report on FIMR programs across the country.

Incorporating Life Course Theory Into the Fetal & Infant Mortality Review: Strategies From Local FIMR Programs

July 7, 2016 — Click on latest publication on Life Course strategies from local FIMR programs

Dr.Washington Hill on the FIMR process in Florida

June 1, 2016 — In the Spring 2016 edition of the ACOG District XII newsletter, Dr. Washington Hill introduces FIMR and discusses the importance of its process.

Racial Disparities in Infant Mortality Workgroup

April 18, 2016 — Information on Racial Disparities Workgroup call

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