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Query Results for New Mexico PRAMS Survey Data Query - Hospital Staff Helped Me Learn How to Breastfeed (2012-forward)

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Question Wording

This question asks about things that may have happened at the hospital where your new baby was born. "Hospital staff gave me information about breastfeeding"

Weighted Survey Data

The percentages reported above have been produced by weighting the sample so that the results better represent the New Mexico population. The sample sizes reported in the table are unweighted. Percentages calculated using the unweighted sample sizes will not be accurate.

Statistical Stability

Statistical stability, reported in the data table, is based on a statistic called the "Relative Standard Error," or RSE, which is the standard error expressed as a proportion of the point estimate (e.g., 30% of the point estimate). The following conventions are used here to interpret the RSE. * A dash (-) means that the relative standard error (RSE) is below 0.30 and the count or rate may be considered stable. * "Unstable" is displayed when the RSE is 0.30-0.50. An unstable count or rate may fluctuate widely across time periods due to random variation (chance). * "Very Unstable" is displayed when the RSE is greater than 0.50. A very unstable count or rate should not be used to inform decisions. You may combine years or otherwise increase the population size used in the query to achieve a more stable count or rate. Problems with statistical instability typically occur when there is a small number of health events in a small population. For more information on statistical stability, visit the NM-IBIS Reliability & Validity page [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/resource/ReliabilityValidity.html].

NM-IBIS Map Guidance

For guidance on NM-IBIS map categories, please visit [https://ibis.health.state.nm.us/resource/MapChoroClasses.html].

U.S. Data

Comparable data for the U.S. and other states may be found on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) website, [https://www.cdc.gov/prams/index.htm].
  • New Mexico Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), New Mexico Department of Health

The PRAMS Survey

The PRAMS sample of women who have had a recent live birth is drawn from the state's birth certificate file. Each participating state samples between 1,300 and 3,400 women per year. Women from some groups are sampled at a higher rate to ensure adequate data are available in smaller but higher risk populations. Selected women are first contacted by mail. If there is no response to repeated mailings, women are contacted and interviewed by telephone. Data collection procedures and instruments are standardized to allow comparisons between states. For more information, visit the CDC's PRAMS Survey Methodology web page: [https://www.cdc.gov/prams/methodology.htm].
These data were queried on: Fri, 24 May 2019 06:12:59 MDT
The dataset was last updated on: Wed, 13 Jun 2018 15:10:19 MDT

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Content updated: Mon, 9 Apr 2018 11:53:39 MDT