Fact sheets, slides, webcasts, and other data products from Wisconsin PRAMS are available from this page. You can sign up to be notified by email when we release new information.
How to Request PRAMS Data
If you would like to request summary data or a presentation on one of the many topics on which PRAMS collects information, please send an email to the PRAMS team with the details of your request. Summary data requests may require Division of Public Health Data Governance Board approval. If you would like to access the PRAMS research file for your own analysis using appropriate statistical software, please email the PRAMS team to request an application. Your completed application will be reviewed by the Division of Public Health Data Governance Board. Upon approval, you will sign a Data Use Agreement granting you access to PRAMS data for your stated purpose. You will be responsible for storing the data securely and using appropriate analysis methods.
For more information on what data is collected by Wisconsin PRAMS, please visit the “Survey Topics” page where you can find copies of the survey. If you have any questions about what type of data request would be appropriate based on your public health or research question, email the PRAMS team and someone from the team will get back to you!
- Wisconsin PRAMS 2016-2017 Surveillance Report, P-02500 (PDF) (October 2019)
- Wisconsin PRAMS 2016-2017 Data Tables (Excel) (October 2019)
- What Moms Tell Us: Perinatal Depression, P-00242 (April 2019) (PDF)
- Using PRAMS Data to Measure Social Determinants of Health, P-02384 (PDF) (March 2019)
- What Moms Tell Us: Safe Sleep Practices, P-00242A (January 2019) (PDF)
Partner use of PRAMS Data
Since 2011, the Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families (LIHF) and the Wisconsin Partnership Program have provided support to Wisconsin PRAMS to enhance PRAMS data collection among non-Hispanic Black women in the counties where LIHF Collaborative work has been done (Kenosha, Milwaukee, Racine, and Rock Counties). The LIHF-PRAMS partnership to fund and use data from the non-Hispanic Black enhanced oversample has deepened the capacity of both the state and local LIHF communities to use PRAMS data for public health planning and community action to reduce disparities in birth outcomes. LIHF staff and partners have also used recent PRAMS data to report on various maternal and child health topics:
PRAMS 2012–2013: Home Visiting (slides) (PDF)
Folic Acid Promotion Among Teens: Data and Strategies (slides) (PDF)
October 2, 2013
December 10-11, 2012
2012 PRAMS National Meeting
October 3, 2012
Wisconsin Maternal and Child Health Advisory Committee and Wisconsin PRAMS