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Bulletins Archive

Fetal and Infant Mortality Review and Child Fatality Review: Opportunities for Collaboration

October 14, 2011 — This bulletin describes FIMR and CFR and compares and contrasts the two methods. It also provides helpful ideas, lessons learned, and suggestions for local collaboration.

When an Infant Dies: Cross Cultural Expressions of Grief and Loss IV

January 1, 2010 — This bulletin explores the cultural traditions of African Americans, Iranians, Somalis, and hard of hearing families grieving the loss of an infant.

When an Infant Dies: Cross Cultural Expressions of Grief and Loss III

July 1, 2007 — This bulletin summarizes a panel presentation from the National Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Program’s Fifth National Conference, held August 12–14, 2004 in Washington, D.C.

Transferring Components of FIMR to Maternal Mortality Review and Child Fatality Review

November 1, 2002 — Transferring Components of FIMR to Maternal Mortality Review and Child Fatality Review

FIMR: A Tool Communities Can Use to Identify and Address Issues Related to Health Disparity in Infant Outcomes

May 1, 2001 — FIMR: A Tool Communities Can Use to Identify and Address Issues Related to Health Disparity in Infant Outcomes



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