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About Data Center

Welcome to the Bureau of Family Health Data Center! Our goal is to advance the use of reliable data to monitor the health and well-being of Louisiana women, children and families. A dedicated Data to Action Team collects, analyzes, interprets, and prepares data dissemination products for public health practitioners, community organizations, policy makers, and researchers to guide programs and inform policy decisions. Here you can find reports and fact sheets on birth outcomes, mortality and injury indicators analyzed at a state, regional and parish level as well as links to websites with additional, relevant data.

Use the search bar and drop down menu to find data products organized by topic area. If you can’t find what you need here, please complete an online data request form. Someone from our Data Action Team will likely reach out to you to discuss your request in order to best meet your needs. Researchers requesting data sets will also need to complete a data use application. Appropriate forms will be provided once a member of our team reviews your request.

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Report Library

Audience Research with African-American Fathers: Summary of Findings
Reports — Children's Health, Early Childhood
Louisiana Reproductive Health Needs Assessment (2017)
Reports — Reproductive Health, Teen Births
Louisiana PRAMS Data Report: 2016
Reports — Breastfeeding, Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS), Prenatal Care, Reproductive Health

About These Reports

Reports produced by the Data Action Team provide accessible data for public health practitioners and communities. Reports and data products are based on final datasets to ensure high quality, complete data. Each report includes the data source and years of data analyzed. As appropriate, certain reports may include parish, regional, state, and national data for comparison.