An annual survey of new mothers in Idaho regarding maternal experiences and health behaviors before, during, and after pregnancy. PRATS provides prevalence estimates of risk factors associated with poor pregnancy outcomes and infant health
IdVDRS collects data on all violent deaths that occur annually in Idaho. By collecting comprehensive data on violent deaths, IdVDRS prevention partners can create targeted, evidence-based prevention strategies to help reduce the burden of violent death in Idaho.
In the United States, more than seven people per hour die a violent death. More than 19,500 people were victims of homicide and over 47,000 people died by suicide in 2017 alone. Our Idaho Violent Death Reporting System (IdVDRS) is a State Profile of this National program.