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Miscellaneous Archive

From Community Engagement to Policy Change Webinar

April 19, 2016 — A webinar about community engagement from Liz Baxter, Executive Director of the Oregon Public Health Institute and compliments of CityMatCH.

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September 25, 2015 — Try the Custom Google Search bar at the top right screen!

NFIMR Data Abstraction Forms

August 20, 2015 — NFIMR Data Abstraction Forms are available at no charge to FIMR programs, state Title V programs, local health departments, and ACOG Fellows.

Fetal Kicks Count program in Delaware

March 10, 2015 — The Delaware Child Death, Near Death and Stillbirth Commission, as part of a statewide awareness campaign dedicated to improving the chances of delivery a healthy baby by reducing stillbirth rates, developed a toolkit for patients and consumers. The toolkit contains multilingual low literacy materials that help patients learn to track kick counts.

Archived Community Engagement Webinar

March 6, 2015 — Check out the CityMatch webinar which focused on strategies for engaging non-traditional partners for community change.


January 1, 2014 — The NFIMR Resource Center maintains an annually updated list of bibliographies containing topics of interest to FIMR projects. Click title to view PDF; lists below titles indicate subtopics covered within that bibliography.

Physician FAQs

April 21, 2011 — This document answers common questions physicians have about participating in the FIMR Process.

The Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Process: The HIPAA Privacy Regulations

April 20, 2011 — This document is designed to help local and state FIMR programs understand HIPAA regulations.

Making a Difference in the Community

April 20, 2011 — This brochure describes the FIMR process.

The Cultural and Linguistic Competence Organizational Assessment Instrument for Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Programs

April 13, 2011 — The Cultural and Linguistic Competence Organizational Assessment Instrument for Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Programs (CLCOA-FIMR) was developed by the National Center for Cultural Competence in collaboration with the National Fetal and Infant Mortality Review Program with guidance from a national workgroup of state and local FIMR representatives.

Historical Reports of Interest

January 1, 2001 — Archived reports that address issues related to maternal and child mortality review: coordination, cooperation, collaboration, lessons learned from long-term FIMR programs, and current status from the state perspective.

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