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ECHO (Early Childhood Health in Oregon)

About ECHO

Oregon ECHO, Early Childhood Health in Oregon, is a project of the Oregon Health Authority's Maternal and Child Health Section. ECHO collects data on the attitudes and experiences of mothers and three-year-olds. We follow up with mothers who answered the PRAMS survey to learn more about the health and well-being of preschoolers and their families. The data are analyzed in a way that allows findings to be applied to all Oregon mothers of these young children.

Did you receive an ECHO Survey?

English: FAQs about the ECHO survey (pdf)

Spanish: FAQs about the ECHO survey (pdf)

Oregon PRAMS-2 Survey

From 2006 to 2018, we interviewed Oregon PRAMS respondents when their baby was 2 years old. That survey is called PRAMS-2. It includes questions on such topics as well child care, child nutrition, social support, maternal physical activity and multivitamin use, childcare and screen time. The results are available for 2004 - 2011 births.

Phase 1 Survey (2004 - 2007 births)

Phase 2 Survey (2008 - 2016 births)