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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.

What's Happening

Trauma-Informed Care: An Approach to Improve Engagement of Women Living with HIV

November 12, 2015 — “Trauma-Informed Care: An Approach to Improve Engagement of Women Living with HIV" Webinar Link Available


September 22, 2015 — Archived slides and discussion of the new National Center for Fetal, Infant and Child Death Review funded by MCHB to combine NFIMR and CDR technical assistance centers.

FIMR & HS Epic Center Webinar Recording

September 21, 2015 — This "Ask The Expert" Webinar looks at FIMR & PPOR, two data processes to help Healthy Start Sites improve population health.

Who’s Leading the Leading Health Indicators Webinar

September 8, 2015 — Despite major advances in medical care, challenges in maternal, infant, and child health still exist in the United States. However, by putting evidence-based practices and processes into action, pregnancy outcomes and maternal, infant, and child health can be improved.

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