PPOR Journal Articles

Core PPOR Methods

  1. 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. [Epub ahead of print]PMID: 20602162
  2. Sappenfield WM, Peck MG, Gilbert CS, Haynatzka VR, Bryant T 3rd. (2010) Perinatal Periods of Risk: Analytic Preparation and Phase 1 Analytic Methods for Investigating Feto-Infant Mortality.Matern Child Health J. Jun 20. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 20563881
  3. Sappenfield WM, Peck MG, Gilbert CS, Haynatzka VR, Bryant T 3rd. (2010) Perinatal Periods of Risk: Phase 2 Analytic Methods for Further Investigating Feto-Infant Mortality. Matern Child Health J. Jun 18. [Epub ahead of print] PMID: 20559697

Utilization of PPOR Methods

  1. Besculldes, M, & Laraque, F (2005). Racial and ethnic disparities in perinatal mortality: Applying the perinatal periods of risk model to identify areas for intervention. Journal of the National Medical Association, 97(8), 1128-1132.
  2. Burns, P (2005). Reducing infant mortality rates using the perinatal periods of risk model. Public Health Nursing, 22(1), 2-7.
  3. Cai, J, Hoff, G L, Archer, R, Jones, L D, Livingston, P S, & Guillory, V J (2007). Perinatal periods of risk analysis of infant mortality in Jackson County, Missouri. Journal of Public Health Management Practice, 13(3), 270-277.
  4. Cai, J, Hoff, G L, Dew, P C, Guillory, V J, & Manning, J (2005).Perinatal periods of risk: Analysis of fetal–infant mortality rates in Kansas City, Missouri. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 9(2),199-205.
  5. Chao SM, Donatoni G, Bemis C, Donovan K, Harding C, Davenport D, Gilbert C, Kasehagen L, Peck MG. (2010) Integrated Approaches to Improve Birth Outcomes: Perinatal Periods of Risk, Infant Mortality Review, and the Los Angeles Mommy and Baby Project. Matern Child Health JJun 26. PMID: 20582458 [Epub ahead of print]
  6. Cottrell, B H, Shannahan, M (2004). Maternal bacterial vaginosis and fetal/infant mortality in eight Florida counties, 1999 to 2000. Public Health Nursing, 21, 395-403.
  7. Demont-Heinrich C., Hawkes A., Ghosh T., Beam R., & Vogt R. (2013). Risk of very low birthweight based on perinatal periods of risk. Public Health Nursing, 31(3), 234-242.Guillory, V J, Cai J, Hoff, G L, (2008). Secular trends in excess fetal and infant mortality using perinatal periods of risk analysis. Journal of the National Medical Association, 100(12), 1450-1456. http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Christine_Demont-heinrich/publicatio…
  8. Hoff, G L, Cai, J, Okah, F A, & Dew, P C (2009). Excess Hispanic fetal-infant mortality in a Midwestern community. Public Health Reports, 124, 711-717. PMID: 19753949
  9. Pestronk, R M, & Franks, M L (2003). A partnership to reduce African American infant mortality in Genesee County, Michigan. Public Health Reports, 118, 324-335.
  10. Chao, SM, Donatoni, G, Bemis, C, Donovan, K, Harding, C, Davenport, D (2010) Integrated Approaches to Improve Birth Outcomes: Perinatal Periods of Risk, Infant Mortality Review, and the Los Angeles Mommy and Baby ProjectMaternal and Child Health Journal, 14(6), 827-837

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