If we want more evidence-based practice, we need more practice-based evidence.*
General Information Sources on Reproductive, Infant, and Child Health
Education Indicators in Canada, including some on health http://www.cmec.ca/stats/indicators.stm
All Kids Count (404) 371-0466 Fax: (404) 371-1087 http://www.allkidscount.org
American Academy of Pediatrics (800) 433-9016
Change Theory Summaries http://www.comminit.com/power_point/change_theories/index.htm
Assessing the New Federalism Project. Free database accessible to researchers. Includes more than 800 indicators of state policies and family well being. http://www.urban.org.
MMWR is available at: http://www.cdc.gov/epo/mmwr/mmwr.html
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* Maternal Mortality --- United States, 1982--1996
* Effectiveness of a Seventh Grade School Entry Vaccination Requirement Florida, 1997--1998
Tables of Contents for the International Journal of Epidemiology, Volume 27, 1998, are updated bimonthly at: http://ije.oupjournals.org/contents-by-date.1998.shtml
Tables of Contents for Human Reproduction, Volume 13, 1998 are updated monthly at: http://humrep.oupjournals.org/contents-by-date1998.shtml
A makeover for the childhood and youth site (25 September 1998) The Childhood and Youth site has recently been redesigned. The new layout allows users to find the information they need more easily. Topics include breastfeeding, prenatal nutrition, child safety, children's mental health, school health, federal programs for children and youth and much more! A Web conferencing area has also been added for discussing children and youth-related issues. For more information, visit http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/hppb/childhood-youth/
Maltreatment 1995: Reports from the States to
the National Child Abuse and Neglect Data System
American Fertility Society
1209 Montgomery Highway Birmingham, AL 35216-2809 205-978-5000
Disseminates clinical and scientific information relating to fertility, infertility, conception control, reproductive biology, menopause, and relevant endocrinology.
Association of Reproductive health Professionals (ARHP)
2401 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Suite 350 Washington, DC 20037 (202) 466-3825
Educates the public and health care professionals on matters pertaining to reproductive health, including sexuality and family planning.