Oregon PRAMS is a project of the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division with support from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). PRAMS stands for Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System.
We collect information about people's experiences before, during, and immediately after pregnancy. Our goal is to improve the health and wellbeing of Oregon families.
Receive a PRAMS survey and have questions?
In English: Questions and Answers about PRAMS (pdf)
En Español: Preguntas y Respuestas Sobre PRAMS (pdf)
Each month, PRAMS participants are chosen randomly by computer from birth records. If you are picked, you will receive a survey by mail with more information about the project and a postage-paid envelope for returning your survey. A few weeks later, we may call you to do the survey over the phone. You are free to do the survey or not, or to skip any questions you don't want to answer. Please call
1-800-723-3638 or email email@example.com to ask questions, change your address, or receive a new survey if yours is lost or damaged.
PRAMS Surveys: What do we ask?
Surveys are organized by birth year and CDC Phase. Surveys in one phase ask the same questions. Extra, supplemental questions may occasionally be added. In Summer 2023, we are starting CDC Phase 9.
Most recent survey: Survey for 2016 - 2022 (CDC Phase 8)
with these supplemental questions:
PRAMS COVID Vaccine Supplement (ran last half of 2021, all of 2022)
PRAMS COVID-19 Experiences Supplement (ran last half of 2020, all of 2021)
PRAMS Disability Supplement (ran 2019-2021)
PRAMS Opioid Supplement (ran 2019)
Annual Results and Special Projects
Phase 8, 2016-2022
Oregon PRAMS 2021 Data with supplements on Maternal Disabilities, COVID-19 Experiences, and COVID-19 Vaccines
Oregon PRAMS 2020 Data with supplements on Maternal Disabilities, COVID-19 Experiences
Oregon PRAMS 2019 Data with supplements on Maternal Disabilities, Opioids
Oregon PRAMS 2018 Data
Oregon PRAMS 2017 Data
Oregon PRAMS 2016 Data
Data from the 2020 supplement on experiences and behaviors during the first year of the pandemic. Click on the title to go to dashboards, where you can filter by demographic data and question.
Data about alcohol, cigarette, e-cigarette, hookah, and marijuana use 2017-2019. Click on title to go to the dashboards, where you can filter by demographic data and question.
Despite high rates of COVID-19 preventative behaviors, pregnant BIPOC Oregonian residents were more likely to report COVID diagnosis in 2020 than pregnant non-BIPOC respondents. (Poster, 2022 CityMatCH Leadership & Epidemiology Conference, Chicago, IL September 21-23, 2022)