Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System
The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) is a surveillance project sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The PRAMS survey collects state-specific, population-based data on maternal attitudes and experiences before, during, and shortly after pregnancy. The Perinatal Health Services Section within the Department of Health’s (DOH) Maternal and Child Health Branch oversees the state’s PRAMS program.
The reports on this page include data through 2013. Please use the Hawaii Indicator-Based Information System (Hawaii-IBIS) to see the most recent PRAMS data and to perform your own custom queries!
Access to Health Services
Injury & Violence Prevention
Maternal, Infant, & Child Health
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Level of detail:
- The lowest level of detail in the PRAMS data is the birth mother.
- Related dimensions are Year; State; County; DOH Race-Ethnicity; PRAMS Age Group ;Infant; Gender; Married ;Poverty Level ;Income (2004-2011); Birthweight; Smoke 3rd Trimester; Smoke Before Pregnant; and WIC During Pregnancy.
Number of Records Per Year:
2015 – 1,296
2014 – 1,309
2013 – 1,479
2012 – 1,488
2011 – 1,555
2010 – 1,564
2009 – 1,616
2008 – 1,758
2007 – 1,738
2006 – 1,648
2005 – 1,724
2004 – 2,123
2003 – 1,893
2002 – 1,822
2001 – 2,491
2000 – 2,518
- PRAMS geography is based on the mother’s residence using the HHDW geography hierarchy.
- PRAMS data represents only births to Hawaii residents.
- Lowest level of geography for PRAMS analysis is county.
- Education Level has changed: “Kindergarten/Never attended School” is combined with Grades 1-8.
- Cell size restriction is applied if the unweighted number of responses to a question is less than 30.