The South Dakota Department of Health, in conjunction with the EA Martin Program at South Dakota State University, conducted a 2016 Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)-like surveillance project. The 2016 South Dakota PRAMS-like survey was a statewide population-based survey based on a stratified random sample of women who gave birth to a live-born infant, thereby allowing rates to be estimated for South Dakota mothers giving birth in 2016. The topics included in this survey were selected to enhance our understanding of maternal attitudes and behaviors around the time of pregnancy and the weighted response rate was 67.6%.
South Dakota Department of Health
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Binkley, Teresa L.; Beare, Tianna; Minett, Maggie; Specker, Bonny; Weidauer, Lee A.; and Wey, Howard, "South Dakota Pregnancy Survey 2016 Data Report" (2016). Ethel Austin Martin Program Publications. 112.