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New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 3)

New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 3)

New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 3)

Rate per 100,000 population by NM Public Health Region. (Map)

New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 4)

New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 4)

New Stage-3 HIV Infections (Report 4)

Within 12 months of new HIV diagnosis. Rate per 100,000 population by NM public health region. (Map)

NM WIC Facebook Page

NM WIC Facebook Page

NM WIC Facebook Page

Visit the New Mexico Women Infant Children Facebook page.

NMAC Rule Change - 2018 - CBHS - Audio from Public Hearing

NMAC Rule Change - 2018 - CBHS - Audio from Public Hearing

NMAC Rule Change - 2018 - CBHS - Audio from Public Hearing

NMAC Rule Change - 2018 - CBHS - Audio from Public Hearing

NMDOH Facebook Page

NMDOH Facebook Page

NMDOH Facebook Page

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NMDOH Instagram Page

NMDOH Instagram Page

NMDOH Instagram Page

Visit our Instagram page.

NMDOH LinkedIn Page

NMDOH LinkedIn Page

NMDOH LinkedIn Page

Visit our LinkedIn page.

NMDOH Twitter Page

NMDOH Twitter Page

NMDOH Twitter Page

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NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Administering Vaccines

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 1/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training (Part 2/2)

NMSIIS Inventory Training Part II Reconciliations Aggregate Reporting

NMSIIS Inventory Training Part II Reconciliations Aggregate Reporting

NMSIIS Inventory Training Part II Reconciliations Aggregate Reporting

NMSIIS Inventory Training Part II Reconciliations Aggregate Reporting

NMSIIS New User Training

NMSIIS New User Training

NMSIIS New User Training

NMSIIS New User Training

NMSIIS VFC Recertification

NMSIIS VFC Recertification

NMSIIS VFC Recertification

NMSIIS VFC Recertification in NMSIIS

Not Just Techno-Babble

Not Just Techno-Babble

Not Just Techno-Babble

The Choices We Make - Episode 1. Features a family living provider, where woman yells at man as they are at the computer. Written and directed by Nyla McCarthy.

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Fall 2013)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Fall 2013)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Fall 2013)

The OHSP bulletin is a periodical that is meant to keep you informed and updated on a variety of occupational health surveillance topics. In this issue we cover reporting occupational notifiable diseases and conditions, first focus group held, mini reporting form megnet norepad, and occupation and industry come to NM BRFSS.

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Spring 2014)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Spring 2014)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Spring 2014)

The OHSP bulletin is a periodical that is meant to keep you informed and updated on a variety of occupational health surveillance topics. In this issue we cover reporting occupational notifiable diseases and conditions, first focus group held, mini reporting form megnet norepad, and occupation and industry come to NM BRFSS.

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2014)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2014)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2014)

The OHSP bulletin is a periodical that is meant to keep you informed and updated on a variety of occupational health surveillance topics. In this issue we cover reporting occupational notifiable diseases and conditions, first focus group held, mini reporting form megnet norepad, and occupation and industry come to NM BRFSS.

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2015)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2015)

Occupational Health in New Mexico (Summer 2015)

The OHSP bulletin is a periodical that is meant to keep you informed and updated on a variety of occupational health surveillance topics. In this issue we cover reporting occupational notifiable diseases and conditions, first focus group held, mini reporting form megnet norepad, and occupation and industry come to NM BRFSS.

Occupational Health Surveillance Mailing List

Occupational Health Surveillance Mailing List

Occupational Health Surveillance Mailing List

Subscribe to receive quarterly emails about occupational health and issues in New Mexico.

Persons Living in Poverty

Persons Living in Poverty

Persons Living in Poverty

Poverty takes into account both income and family size, and has both immediate and long-lasting effects on health. Income provides an assessment of the financial resources available to individual persons or families for basic necessities to maintain or improve their well-being. Persons living in poverty are worse off than persons in more affluent households for many of the indicators tracked by the New Mexico Department of Health.

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 1)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 1)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 1)

Rate per 100,000 population with NM compared to USA.

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 2)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 2)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 2)

Frequency compared to rate.

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 3)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 3)

Persons Living With HIV Infection (Report 3)

Rate per 100,000 population by NM public health region. (Map)

Pneumonia Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Pneumonia Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

Pneumonia Vaccination, Adults Age 65+ Report

The information found on this NM-IBIS page focuses on Pneumonia vaccination, adults age 65+. Listed are important facts, data views by year, related indicators, and other resources and links.

Population Estimates Datasets

Population Estimates Datasets

Population Estimates Datasets

Provides access to information and documentation for the current standard population files for use on the New Mexico Indicator-Based Information System and within the New Mexico Department of Health. These datasets are available in both SAS and comma-separated formats.

PRAMS- 2 Survey

PRAMS- 2 Survey

PRAMS- 2 Survey

An Assessment of Toddlers in New Mexico

Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System Data Query

Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System Data Query

Pregnancy Risk Assessment and Monitoring System Data Query

This module on the IBIS website allows you to query the PRAMS dataset. First select a report based on health insurance coverage, before pregnancy factors, during pregnancy factors, after pregnancy factors, and infant factors. Then customize the report by specifying filter criteria such as indicators, period, mother’s characteristics, infant birth characteristics, how to display the data, and more.

Private Well

Private Well

Private Well

New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking monitors well water and drinking water quality. On this site, there is information about testing, treatment, resources and an interactive data query.

Private Well Testing

Private Well Testing

Private Well Testing

The subject of this New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking page is private well testing. There is information about well water fairs, water treatment, well resources, and an interactive data query.

Public Health Topics

Public Health Topics

Public Health Topics

Each topic has a page that contains information for it. Along with this information are links to the associated Indicator Reports and Dataset Queries. The Indicator Reports provide graphs, maps, public health context, and data tables. Many of the topic areas have datasets that you can query and use to create your own tables, charts, and maps. These data query results pages will also have dataset details, including data sources and tips on how data can or cannot be used.

Query System Contents & Usage

Query System Contents & Usage

Query System Contents & Usage

The New Mexico Indicator-Based Information System provides a simple-to-use query system interface that allows a user to step through data selection options and perform custom queries of New Mexico's public health databases.

Quit Smoking Now

Quit Smoking Now

Quit Smoking Now

One day, your world will be a more beautiful place. Quit now and thrive. Offers free help quitting tobacco including unlimited sessions with a trained quit coach and much more.

Recording Freezer Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

Recording Freezer Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

Recording Freezer Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

This is a tutorial on YouTube explaining how to record freezer temperatures in the Vaccines for Children Monthly temperature log form.

Recording of the MCP Rules Repeal & Replacement Hearing

Recording of the MCP Rules Repeal & Replacement Hearing

Recording of the MCP Rules Repeal & Replacement Hearing

This is the audio recording on YouTube of the New Mexico Department of Health Medical Cannabis Program Rules, Repeal & Replacement Hearing held on December 29, 2014.

Recording Refrigerator Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

Recording Refrigerator Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

Recording Refrigerator Temperatures on the VFC Monthly Temp Log

This is a tutorial on YouTube explaining how to record refrigerator temperatures in the Vaccines for Children Monthly temperature log form.

Refugee, Asylum Seeker, Immigrant Resource Page

Refugee, Asylum Seeker, Immigrant Resource Page

Refugee, Asylum Seeker, Immigrant Resource Page

This page of the facebook website is dedicated to the multiple agencies involved with refugee, asylum-seeker, and immigrant care in New Mexico.

Reproductive Outcomes

Reproductive Outcomes

Reproductive Outcomes

Birth is a complex and wonderful process and fortunately, the birth outcome for most women is a full term and healthy baby.

Results Scorecard Annual FY17

Results Scorecard Annual FY17

Results Scorecard Annual FY17

The NMDOH Results Scorecard shows our progress toward a Healthier New Mexico. You can use the Scorecard to learn about the actions we are taking to carry out our Strategic Plan. The Scorecard shows what we are doing and how well we are doing it.

Results Scorecard Annual FY18

Results Scorecard Annual FY18

Results Scorecard Annual FY18

The NMDOH Results Scorecard shows our progress toward a Healthier New Mexico. You can use the Scorecard to learn about the actions we are taking to carry out our Strategic Plan. The Scorecard shows what we are doing and how well we are doing it.

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q3

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q3

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q3

The NMDOH Results Scorecard shows our progress toward a Healthier New Mexico. You can use the Scorecard to learn about the actions we are taking to carry out our Strategic Plan. The Scorecard shows what we are doing and how well we are doing it.

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q4

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q4

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY18-Q4

The NMDOH Results Scorecard shows our progress toward a Healthier New Mexico. You can use the Scorecard to learn about the actions we are taking to carry out our Strategic Plan. The Scorecard shows what we are doing and how well we are doing it.

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY19-Q1

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY19-Q1

Results Scorecard Quarterly FY19-Q1

The NMDOH Results Scorecard shows our progress toward a Healthier New Mexico. You can use the Scorecard to learn about the actions we are taking to carry out our Strategic Plan. The Scorecard shows what we are doing and how well we are doing it.

School-aged Children Age 5-17 Living in Poverty

School-aged Children Age 5-17 Living in Poverty

School-aged Children Age 5-17 Living in Poverty

In 2013, approximately 103,800 New Mexico school-aged children, 5 to 17 years old, were in families living in poverty. Research suggests that living in poverty during early childhood is associated with lower than average academic performance that begins in kindergarten and extends through elementary and high school. Living in poverty during early childhood is associated with lower than average rates of school completion.

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

Seasonal Allergies

The information on this page of the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking Network focuses on the health effects of seasonal allergies (details include signs and symptoms, prevention and treatment, and pollen counts).

Sexual Abuse

Sexual Abuse

Sexual Abuse

This video was the result of a national project which was funded by Department of Justice Victims of Crime. It was shared by Massachusetts Disabled Persons Protection Commission and is part of the National Awareness and Action Curriculum.

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 1)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 1)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 1)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 1)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 2)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 2)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 2)

SHM - Chapter 6 - Helping the Student with DM Succeed Training (Level 2)

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