The MDHHS Genomics Program initiated a surveillance system to further assess the impact of SCDY and identify action steps for prevention. This website provides links, events, and data on SCDY.
This MDHHS unit provides statewide epidemiological leadership and expertise for the maternal and child health programs that support women and children in Michigan.
This committee works to reduce morbidity and mortality in newborns and children who are at risk for heritable disorders by recommending a Uniform Screening Panel for newborn screening.
This document from the CDC of genomic competencies is intended to create awareness to pubic health employees to the potential role of genetic information for preventing disease and incorporate them into their public health specialities.
The National Vital Statistics System is the oldest and most successful example of inter-governmental data sharing in Public Health with birth, death, marriage, divorce, and fetal death information collected nationally to create national rates.
This MOD website makes it easy to create tables and graphs on a variety of maternal and infant health topics at county or city level.
Michigan birth defects statistics arranged by county or local health department.
The MiBRFSS is composed of annual, state-level telephone surveys of Michigan residents. These surveys are the only source of state-specific, population-based estimates of the prevalence of various behaviors, medical conditions, and preventative health care practices among Michigan adults.
A compilation of reports and fact sheets related to sudden cardiac death of the young, heart disease, and stroke in Michigan from the MDHHS Cardiovascular program.
A compilation of statistics and prevalence rates from the Michigan Department of Community Health Birth Defects Registry on infant mortality and birth defects.