Changeset 13270 in main


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Timestamp:
03/01/17 17:18:32 (5 years ago)
Author:
Lois Haggard
Message:

nm epht-view-content Jason's updated and new metadata files

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adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata
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  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/InfantMortalityRate.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140613</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Infant Mortality Rate</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average infant mortality rate which is the number of deaths occurring in infants younger than 1 year of age (between the ages of 0-366 days during a leap year) in any given year divided by the number of live births in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2012 for New Mexico.</abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average infant mortality rate which is the number of deaths occurring in infants younger than 1 year of age (between the ages of 0-366 days during a leap year) in any given year divided by the number of live births in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014 for New Mexico.</abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual infant mortality rates. The fetus and young child may be particularly susceptible to harmful effects of environmental contaminants.  The infant mortality rate is useful as a gross indicator of childhood health tracked over time. Geographic variation or demographic patterns in infant mortality rates may provide leads on where to look for potential environmental problems and may assist in targeting interventions.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate, and data on infant deaths are derived from the death certificate. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of vital events (births and deaths) in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS) maintains the data for issuance of vital records and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births and deaths occurring in New Mexico as well as births and deaths to NM residents that occur out-of-state. A new web-based electronic registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events) was implemented in January of 2006 (death) and July 1, 2007 (birth).  Births and deaths that occurred prior to those dates were recorded in NM-BVRHS legacy systems. Live birth and death data were geocoded starting with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20121231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    5151<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users if the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-BVRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-BVRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying death data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us. </accconst>
    5252<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health. &#13;
    53 Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 20 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     53Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5454<ptcontac>
    5555<cntinfo>
     
    8181<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8282</secinfo>
    83 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     83<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8484</idinfo>
    8585<dataqual>
     
    8989<procstep>
    9090<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Death data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 3.0.</procdesc>
    91 <procdate>20140606</procdate>
     91<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9292</procstep>
    9393</lineage>
     
    129129</distinfo>
    130130<metainfo>
    131 <metd>20140613</metd>
     131<metd>20170210</metd>
    132132<metc>
    133133<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/PercentPretermBirths.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140304</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Preterm live singleton births</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of preterm singleton births, which is the number of live singleton infants born at less than 37 weeks gestation per 100 live singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2012.</abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of preterm singleton births, which is the number of live singleton infants born at less than 37 weeks gestation per 100 live singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014.</abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual percentages of preterm singleton births for examination of time trends and patterns. Preterm infants are at a greater risk than term infants of early death, morbidity and long-term disability. This measure can be used to track the prematurity in New Mexico regions and counties. Baseline data can be used to monitor changes or trends over time. This measure can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new prevention programs.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of birth events in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS) maintains the data for issuance and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births occurring in-state as well as births to NM residents that occur out-of-state. On July 1, 2007, New Mexico began using a new web-based electronic birth registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events). Births occurring prior to July 2007 were recorded in the previous system (referred to as LifeSpan). Geocoding of live birth data began with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20121231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    4949</keywords>
    5050<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-VRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-VRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying birth data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us</accconst>
    51 <useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Emergency and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health (NM-VRHS). Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries. However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 20 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     51<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Emergency and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health (NM-VRHS). Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries. However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5252<ptcontac>
    5353<cntinfo>
     
    7979<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8080</secinfo>
    81 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     81<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8282</idinfo>
    8383<dataqual>
     
    8787<procstep>
    8888<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Live Birth data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset was developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 1.3. (http://ephtracking.cdc/gov/docs/CDC_NCDM_Pt1_1.3.pdf).</procdesc>
    89 <procdate>20140225</procdate>
     89<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9090</procstep>
    9191</lineage>
     
    9494<overview>
    9595<eaover>This dataset contains the following fields (defined in the detailed citation below): Year, Mage, MomAgeGrp, MomEdu, MomRacEth, MomMar, MomAlcoholUse, MomTobaccoUse, InfSex, InfBirthWt, InfMultBirth, InfBirthOrder, InfGestAgeGrp, InfSizeForGestAge, SysTriPNCBegan, SysNumPNCVisit, SysPNCKotel, SysPNCKessner, SysFacility, SysBirthAttend, SysBirthMethod, SysInterpregInterval, GeoCnty, GeoRegion, GeoRes, and GeoOccur.</eaover>
    96 <eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year material age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=35-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother’s marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care - Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care – Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother’s residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other).</eadetcit>
     96<eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year maternal age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=25-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother’s marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care - Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care – Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother’s residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other).</eadetcit>
    9797</overview>
    9898</eainfo>
     
    124124<resdesc>NM_Metadata_PercentPretermBirths (.xml) Online summary information made available via the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network state portal.</resdesc>
    125125<distliab>Persons or entities given access to restricted data are liable for compliance with the NM-VRHS data use agreement. Disciplinary action will be incurred for non-compliance or violation of data use agreement.</distliab>
    126 <custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.org for New Mexico data; for access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact to vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
     126<custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.org for New Mexico data; for access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
    127127</distinfo>
    128128<metainfo>
    129 <metd>20140225</metd>
     129<metd>20170210</metd>
    130130<metc>
    131131<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/PercentVeryLowBirthweight.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140529</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Very Low Birthweight Among Singleton Births</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of Very Low Birthweight (VLBW) Term Singleton Births, which is the number of live born singleton infants born at term (at or above 37 completed weeks of gestation) with a birthweight of less than 1,500 grams per 100 live term singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period.  The VLBW measure is presented by county for years 1990-2012.  </abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of Very Low Birthweight (VLBW) Term Singleton Births, which is the number of live born singleton infants born at term (at or above 37 completed weeks of gestation) with a birthweight of less than 1,500 grams per 100 live term singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period.  The VLBW measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014.  </abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual percentages of VLBW Term Singleton Births for examination of time trends and patterns. Very low birthweight infants are at a greater risk than normal weight infants of early death.  This measure can be used to track the perinatal health in New Mexico regions and counties. Baseline data can be used to monitor changes or trends over time.  This measure can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new prevention programs.  </purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate.  New Mexico began systematic record keeping of birth events in 1929.  The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS) maintains the data for issuance and for statistical reporting.  Data are collected on all births occurring in-state as well as births to NM residents that occur out-of-state.  On July 1, 2007, New Mexico began using a new web-based electronic birth registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events).  Births occurring prior to July 2007 were recorded in the previous system (referred to as LifeSpan).  Geocoding of live birth data began with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20121231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    5151</keywords>
    5252<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request.  Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-VRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-VRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section.  To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying birth data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us.</accconst>
    53 <useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Emergency and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health.  Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data.  Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries  However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information.  Data requests that would provide cell counts under 5 will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy.  Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use.  Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     53<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Emergency and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health.  Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data.  Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries  However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information.  Data requests that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000, will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use.  Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5454<ptcontac>
    5555<cntinfo>
     
    8181<sechandl>Unclassified</sechandl>
    8282</secinfo>
    83 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     83<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8484</idinfo>
    8585<dataqual>
     
    9191Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Newtwork, version 3.0 (http://ephtracking.cdc/gov/docs/CDC_NCDM_Pt1_1.3.pdf).&#13;
    9292</procdesc>
    93 <procdate>20140529</procdate>
     93<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9494</procstep>
    9595</lineage>
     
    9898<overview>
    9999<eaover>This dataset contains the following fields (defined in the detailed citation below): Year, Mage, MomAgeGrp, MomEdu, MomRacEth, MomMar, MomAlcoholUse,  MomTobaccoUse, InfSex, InfBirthWt, InfMultBirth, InfBirthOrder, InfGestAgeGrp, InfSizeForGestAge, SysTriPNCBegan, SysNumPNCVisit, SysPNCKotel, SysPNCKessner, SysFacility, SysBirthAttend, SysBirthMethod, SysInterpregInterval, GeoCnty, GeoRegion, GeoRes, and GeoOccur.</eaover>
    100 <eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year maternal age intervals for which  cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=35-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator.  MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care - Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care's Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM  2=Other).</eadetcit>
     100<eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year maternal age intervals for which  cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=25-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator.  MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care - Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care's Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM  2=Other).</eadetcit>
    101101</overview>
    102102</eainfo>
     
    133133</distinfo>
    134134<metainfo>
    135 <metd>20140529</metd>
     135<metd>20170210</metd>
    136136<metc>
    137137<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/PercentVeryPretermBirths.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20120803</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Very preterm live singleton births</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of very preterm singleton births, which is the number of live singleton infants born at less than 32 weeks gestation per 100 live singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2010.</abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the percent ("incidence") of very preterm singleton births, which is the number of live singleton infants born at less than 32 weeks gestation per 100 live singleton births to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014.</abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual percentages of very preterm singleton births for examination of time trends and patterns. Very preterm infants are at a greater risk than term infants of early death, morbidity and long-term disability. This measure can be used to track the prematurity in New Mexico regions and counties. Baseline data can be used to monitor changes or trends over time. This measure can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new prevention programs.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of birth events in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS) maintains the data for issuance and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births occurring in-state as well as births to NM residents that occur out-of-state. On July 1, 2007, New Mexico began using a new web-based electronic birth registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events). Births occurring prior to July 2007 were recorded in the previous system (referred to as LifeSpan). Geocoding of live birth data began with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20101231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    5050</keywords>
    5151<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-VRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-VRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying birth data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us</accconst>
    52 <useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health. Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that would provide cell counts under 5 will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     52<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health. Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000, will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5353<ptcontac>
    5454<cntinfo>
     
    8080<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8181</secinfo>
    82 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     82<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8383</idinfo>
    8484<dataqual>
     
    8888<procstep>
    8989<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Live Birth data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 1.3 (http://ephtracking.cdc/gov/docs/CDC_NCDM_Pt1_1.3.pdf).</procdesc>
    90 <procdate>20120803</procdate>
     90<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9191</procstep>
    9292</lineage>
     
    9595<overview>
    9696<eaover>This dataset contains the following fields (defined in the detailed citation below): Year, Mage, MomAgeGrp, MomEdu, MomRacEth, MomMar, MomAlcoholUse, MomTobaccoUse, InfSex, InfBirthWt, InfMultBirth, InfBirthOrder, InfGestAgeGrp, InfSizeForGestAge, SysTriPNCBegan, SysNumPNCVisit, SysPNCKotel, SysPNCKessner, SysFacility, SysBirthAttend, SysBirthMethod, SysInterpregInterval, GeoCnty, GeoRegion, GeoRes, and GeoOccur.</eaover>
    97 <eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year material age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=35-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other).</eadetcit>
     97<eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year material age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=25-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other).</eadetcit>
    9898</overview>
    9999</eainfo>
     
    125125<resdesc>NM_Metadata_PercentPretermBirths (.xml) Online summary information made available via the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network state portal.</resdesc>
    126126<distliab>Persons or entities given access to restricted data are liable for compliance with the NM-VRHS data use agreement. Disciplinary action will be incurred for non-compliance or violation of data use agreement.</distliab>
    127 <custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.unm.edu for New Mexico data; For access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact to vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
     127<custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.unm.edu for New Mexico data; For access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
    128128</distinfo>
    129129<metainfo>
    130 <metd>20120803</metd>
     130<metd>20170210</metd>
    131131<metc>
    132132<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/PerinatalMortalityRate.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140613</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Perinatal Mortality Rate</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average perinatal mortality rate which is the number of fetal deaths equal to or greater than 28 weeks gestation and infant deaths less than 7 days of age in a given year, divided by the number of live births plus fetal deaths equal to or greater than 28 weeks gestation that occurred in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2011 for New Mexico.</abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average perinatal mortality rate which is the number of fetal deaths equal to or greater than 28 weeks gestation and infant deaths less than 7 days of age in a given year, divided by the number of live births plus fetal deaths equal to or greater than 28 weeks gestation that occurred in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014 for New Mexico.</abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual perinatal mortality rates. The fetus and young child may be particularly susceptible to harmful effects of environmental contaminants.  The perinatal mortality rate is useful as an indicator of childhood health tracked over time. Geographic variation or demographic patterns in postneonatal mortality rates may provide leads on where to look for potential environmental problems and may assist in targeting interventions.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate, and data on fetal deaths are derived from the fetal death report. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of vital events (births and deaths) in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS) maintains the data for issuance of vital records and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births and deaths occurring in New Mexico, on births and deaths to NM residents that occur out-of-state, as well as on fetal deaths that occur in-state. A new web-based electronic registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events) was implemented in January of 2006 (death) and July 1, 2007 (birth).  Births and deaths that occurred prior to those dates were recorded in NM-BVRHS legacy systems. Live birth and death data were geocoded starting with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20111231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    5454<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users if the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-BVRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-BVRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying death data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us. </accconst>
    5555<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health. &#13;
    56 Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 20 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     56Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5757<ptcontac>
    5858<cntinfo>
     
    8484<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8585</secinfo>
    86 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     86<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8787</idinfo>
    8888<dataqual>
     
    9292<procstep>
    9393<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Death data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 3.0.</procdesc>
    94 <procdate>20140606</procdate>
     94<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9595</procstep>
    9696</lineage>
     
    132132</distinfo>
    133133<metainfo>
    134 <metd>20140613</metd>
     134<metd>20170210</metd>
    135135<metc>
    136136<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/PostneonatalMortalityRate.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140613</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Postneonatal Mortality Rate</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average postneonatal mortality rate which is number of deaths of infants that occurred from 28 days of age to less than 1 year (under 366 days during a leap year) of age  in a given year, divided by the number of live births in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2012 for New Mexico.</abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the average postneonatal mortality rate which is number of deaths of infants that occurred from 28 days of age to less than 1 year (under 366 days during a leap year) of age  in a given year, divided by the number of live births in the same year multiplied by 1000. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014 for New Mexico.</abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to annual postneonatal mortality rates. The fetus and young child may be particularly susceptible to harmful effects of environmental contaminants.  The postneonatal mortality rate is useful as an indicator of childhood health tracked over time. Geographic variation or demographic patterns in postneonatal mortality rates may provide leads on where to look for potential environmental problems and may assist in targeting interventions.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate, and data on postneonatal deaths are derived from the death certificate. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of vital events (births and deaths) in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS) maintains the data for issuance of vital records and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births and deaths occurring in New Mexico as well as births and deaths to NM residents that occur out-of-state. A new web-based electronic registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events) was implemented in January of 2006 (death) and July 1, 2007 (birth).  Births and deaths that occurred prior to those dates were recorded in NM-BVRHS legacy systems. Live birth and death data were geocoded starting with data collected in 1990.</supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20121231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    5353<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users if the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-BVRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-BVRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-BVRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying death data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us. </accconst>
    5454<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health. &#13;
    55 Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 20 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
     55Data requests that result in tabular data that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000 will not be permitted and as such will be suppressed; also, other cells that allow calculation of the suppressed cells will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form.</useconst>
    5656<ptcontac>
    5757<cntinfo>
     
    8383<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8484</secinfo>
    85 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     85<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8686</idinfo>
    8787<dataqual>
     
    9191<procstep>
    9292<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Death data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 3.0.</procdesc>
    93 <procdate>20140606</procdate>
     93<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9494</procstep>
    9595</lineage>
     
    131131</distinfo>
    132132<metainfo>
    133 <metd>20140613</metd>
     133<metd>20170210</metd>
    134134<metc>
    135135<cntinfo>
  • adopters/nm-epht/trunk/src/main/webapps/epht-view-content/xml/metadata/SexRatioatBirth.xml

    r11544 r13270  
    55<citeinfo>
    66<origin>New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager</origin>
    7 <pubdate>20140225</pubdate>
     7<pubdate>20170210</pubdate>
    88<title>Male to Female Sex Ratio at Birth (term singleton births)</title>
    99<onlink/>
     
    1111</citation>
    1212<descript>
    13 <abstract>This data set supports calculation of the sex ratio at birth, which is the ratio of the total number of males to total number of females born to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2012. </abstract>
     13<abstract>This data set supports calculation of the sex ratio at birth, which is the ratio of the total number of males to total number of females born to resident mothers in a given time period. The measure is presented by county for years 1990-2014. </abstract>
    1414<purpose>Dataset was created to allow public access to the annual ratios of males to females among term singleton births for examination of time trends and patterns. Some studies have suggested that human exposure to environmental hazards can decrease the number of males born. This measure can be used to monitor the ratio of males to females in New Mexico regions and counties. Baseline data can be used to determine if the ratio of males is changing over time. If consistent decreases in the sex ratio at birth occur, this outcome could be used to examine if such changes are the result of parental or gestational exposure to environmental hazards that can disrupt the endocrine system or some other physiological processes. This measure can also be used to evaluate the effectiveness of existing and new exposure prevention programs.</purpose>
    1515<supplinf>The live birth data are derived from items reported on the birth certificate. New Mexico began systematic record keeping of birth events in 1929. The New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS) maintains the data for issuance and for statistical reporting. Data are collected on all births occurring in-state as well as births to NM residents that occur out-of-state. On July 1, 2007, New Mexico began using a new web-based electronic birth registration system (the Database Application for Vital Events). Births occurring prior to July 2007 were recorded in the previous system (referred to as LifeSpan). Geocoding of live birth data began with data collected in 1990. </supplinf>
     
    2020<begdate>19900101</begdate>
    2121<begtime/>
    22 <enddate>20121231</enddate>
     22<enddate>20141231</enddate>
    2323<endtime/>
    2424</rngdates>
     
    4949</keywords>
    5050<accconst>Restricted (secure) data will only be released to external users after the New Mexico EPHT Program distributor AND the data steward, the New New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics (NM-VRHS), has reviewed and authorized the request. Restricted (secure) data must be requested on the standard NM-VRHS Request Form and the signed Request Form submitted to NM-VRHS via FAX at (505) 827-1751, ATTN. Epidemiology Section. To access documentation describing the data elements of the underlying birth data, inquiries may be made to vrhs.data@state.nm.us </accconst>
    51 <useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health (NM-VRHS). Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries. However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that would provide cell counts under 5 will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form. </useconst>
     51<useconst>This information is provided by the New Mexico Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics of the Epidemiology and Response Division, New Mexico Department of Health (NM-VRHS). Efforts have been made to assure the accuracy of the data. Birth records are filed electronically by hospitals. Medical records staff use standard mother and facility worksheets and medical charts to complete the birth registration. Hospital training is provided by NM-VRHS and is based on the Vital Statistics Act and Regulations, NM-VRHS documentation, and handbooks produced by CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). The electronic birth registration system has online edits and records are reviewed by NM-VRHS. Additionally, NCHS provides feedback to NM-VRHS on data quality. The state also provides feedback to the hospitals to improve data quality and contacts hospital staff for clarification of missing, inconsistent or incorrect entries. However, no responsibility is assumed by the NM Department of Health NM-VRHS related to materials or how it is represented by those who access this information. Data requests that would provide cell counts of 1, 2, or 3 events, which are also based on a denominator of less than 5000, will not be permitted as this would violate minimum requirements for confidentiality and privacy. Further, interjurisdictional exchange agreements between NM-VRHS and other states prevent the distribution of out-of-state records that specifically identify jurisdictions other than New Mexico. All users must read and fully comprehend metadata prior to data use. Data may only be used for the purposes the Requestor specifies in the standard NM-VRHS Request Form. </useconst>
    5252<ptcontac>
    5353<cntinfo>
     
    7979<sechandl>None</sechandl>
    8080</secinfo>
    81 <native>SAS 9.3</native>
     81<native>SAS 9.4</native>
    8282</idinfo>
    8383<dataqual>
     
    8686<lineage>
    8787<procstep>
    88 <procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Live Birth data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 1.3 </procdesc>
    89 <procdate>20140225</procdate>
     88<procdesc>Data set was extracted from annual NM-VRHS Live Birth data set based on attributes defined by the New Mexico EPHT Program. Dataset developed per the instructions found in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Recommendations for Nationally Consistent Data and Measures within the Environmental Public Health Tracking Network, version 1.3. </procdesc>
     89<procdate>20170210</procdate>
    9090</procstep>
    9191</lineage>
     
    9494<overview>
    9595<eaover>This dataset contains the following fields (defined in the detailed citation below): Year, Mage, MomAgeGrp, MomEdu, MomRacEth, MomMar, MomAlcoholUse, MomTobaccoUse, InfSex, InfBirthWt, InfMultBirth, InfBirthOrder, InfGestAgeGrp, InfSizeForGestAge, SysTriPNCBegan, SysNumPNCVisit, SysPNCKotel, SysPNCKessner, SysFacility, SysBirthAttend, SysBirthMethod, SysInterpregInterval, GeoCnty, GeoRegion, GeoRes, and GeoOccur. </eaover>
    96 <eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year material age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=35-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other). </eadetcit>
     96<eadetcit>Year: Birth year. Mage: Mother's age. MomAgeGrp: Mother's age grouping (Five-year material age intervals for which cases and underlying birth populations are counted. 1=&lt;20 years; 2=20-24 years; 3=25-29; 4=30-34; 5=35-39; 6=&gt;=40). MomEdu: Mother's years of educational attainment. MomRacEth: Mother's race/ethnicity grouping. MomMar: Mother's marital status. MomAlcoholUse: Alcohol use during pregnancy indicator. MomTobaccoUse: Tobacco use during pregnancy indicator. InfSex: Child's sex. InfBirthWt: Birth weight groups. InfMultBirth: Plurality (# live births per this event). InfBirthOrder: Multiple birth order per this event. InfGestAgeGrp: Calculated gestation (weeks). InfSizeForGestAge: Infant small for gestational age. SysTriPNCBegan: Trimester prenatal care began. SysNumPNCVisit: Number of prenatal care visits. SysPNCKotel: Level of Prenatal Care Kotelcheck index. SysPNCKessner: Level of Prenatal Care Kessner index. SysFacility: Birth facility type. SysBirthAttend: Birth attendant type. SysBirthMethod: Method of delivery. SysInterpregInterval: Spacing (# months since last live birth). GeoCnty: County of mother's residence. GeoRegion: Health region of mother's residence. GeoRes: State of mother's residence. GeoOccur: State of occurrence (1=NM 2=Other). </eadetcit>
    9797</overview>
    9898</eainfo>
     
    122122</cntinfo>
    123123</distrib>
    124 <resdesc>SexRatioDataset.sas7bbdat</resdesc>
     124<resdesc>SexRatioDataset.sas7bdat</resdesc>
    125125<distliab>Persons or entities given access to restricted data are liable for compliance with the NM-VRHS data use agreement. Disciplinary action will be incurred for non-compliance or violation of data use agreement.</distliab>
    126 <custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.org for New Mexico data; For access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact to vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
     126<custom>For access to unrestricted or public use data, please see: https://nmtracking.org for New Mexico data; For access to restricted or secure New Mexico data please contact vrhs.data@state.nm.us</custom>
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