Leveraging Policy to Improve Maternal Health in the Fourth Trimester
This Columbia World Project aims to drive the development and evaluation of evidence-based Medicaid policies to improve the health and wellbeing of postpartum people and families in the year after a child is born.
Postpartum Assessment of Health Survey Collects Data on Health of Individuals Who Recently Gave Birth
The Postpartum Assessment of Health Survey (PAHS), the first large-scale U.S. data collection effort on health in the year after birth, surveyed people who recently gave birth in six states and New York City. The survey has reached thousands of participants around the country.
Professor Jamie Daw on the Multidisciplinary Postpartum Assessment of Health Survey (PAHS)
The survey is part of Columbia World Projects’ Leveraging Policy to Improve Maternal Health in the Fourth Trimester project.