PPOR Developed 2000-2004

CityMatCH Developed the PPOR approach between 2000-2004. PPOR: Reference Group Bias PPOR: Is Your Community Ready for PPOR PPOR: From data to action to improve women and infants’ health PPOR: A New Community Approach to Fetal and Infant Mortality PPOR: Analytic Issues: Frequently Asked Data & Analytic Questions PPOR: Analytic Readiness (Bill Sappenfield) PPOR: B4U leap update

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PPOR Local Examples

Return to PPOR Project Page Perinatal Periods of Risk: A Force Behind Community Change, 2013 (Audio) (PPT) – The Northeast Florida Healthy Start Coalition was searching for answers. Based in Jacksonville (Duval County), the coalition had been battling high infant mortality rates and increasing racial disparities using case management, education, and support to at risk pregnant women and newborns. They knew change…

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PPOR Journal Articles

Return to PPOR Project Page Core PPOR Methods Peck MG, Sappenfield WM, Skala J. Perinatal Periods of Risk: A Community Approach for Using Data to Improve Women and Infants’ Health. (2010) Matern Child Health J. Jul 3. PMID: 20602162 Sappenfield WM, Peck MG, Gilbert CS, Haynatzka VR, Bryant T 3rd. (2010) Perinatal Periods of Risk: Analytic Preparation and Phase…

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