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Specimen Submission Instructional Video

Specimen Submission Instructional Video

Specimen Submission Instructional Video

This video explains how to submit specimens to our Scientific Laboratory Division's biological sciences bureau.

Statewide Immunization Information System

Statewide Immunization Information System

Statewide Immunization Information System

The New Mexico Statewide Immunization Information System (NMSIIS) is a computerized Internet database application that was developed to record and track immunization dates of New Mexico State's children and adults, providing assistance for keeping everyone on track for their recommended immunizations.

Stroke System of Care Survey

Stroke System of Care Survey

Stroke System of Care Survey

This is a short survey which will help influence how the systems of Stroke care are Developed in the State of NM.

Substance Abuse Epidemiology Data Reports

Substance Abuse Epidemiology Data Reports

Substance Abuse Epidemiology Data Reports

These reports present several major indicators of substance abuse in New Mexico. The major indicators include outcome indicators (e.g., major causes of alcohol-related death) and indicators of substance abuse consumption behavior (i.e., self-reported substance use behavior from statewide surveys). The presentation of each major indicator includes a text description of the major data findings; a detailed table with results by gender, age group, and race/ethnicity; a table detailing county results by race/ethnicity; a bar chart and a map with rates for each New Mexico county; and additional charts illustrating other pertinent findings.

Teen Birth Rate Complete Health Indicator Report

Teen Birth Rate Complete Health Indicator Report

Teen Birth Rate Complete Health Indicator Report

Complete teen birth rate indicator report for New Mexico.

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 1

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 1

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 1

Provides data for the state of New Mexico.

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 2

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 2

Teen Birth Rate Health Indicator Report 2

Compares the New Mexico rate to the United States rate.

The Case of Questionable Good Intentions

The Case of Questionable Good Intentions

The Case of Questionable Good Intentions

The Choices We Make - Episode 2. Features a staff driving van, verbally abusing individuals when they go to Wendy’s. Written and directed by Nyla McCarthy.

Title X Clinical Training

Title X Clinical Training

Title X Clinical Training

The purpose of this training is to educate clinical staff who provide Title X family planning services in New Mexico on the Title X family planning guidelines.

Title X Non-Clinical Training

Title X Non-Clinical Training

Title X Non-Clinical Training

The purpose of this training is to educate non-clinical staff who provide Title X family planning services in New Mexico on the Title X family planning guidelines.

Tobacco Use Prevention and Control

Tobacco Use Prevention and Control

Tobacco Use Prevention and Control

Maybe you smoke with morning coffee, or on your breaks at work, or each time you drive. Take advantage of this chance to change your smoking habits and quit, even for one day.

Trauma Registry Data Query Module

Trauma Registry Data Query Module

Trauma Registry Data Query Module

This query module is a part of the Indicator-Based Information System and provides the ability to query incidents, deaths, length of stays, and number of intensive care unit days.

Unemployment in New Mexico

Unemployment in New Mexico

Unemployment in New Mexico

Household income is strongly related to health status for all persons in the household. Those living at or near the poverty level tend to have poorer health status, in part because they cannot always afford health care. Health status also depends on meeting a family's needs for adequate housing and nutrition. Lack of income may also keep children from having access to quality education, safe areas to play, and expose them to other risk factors. In addition, common reasons for unemployment include chronic mental or physical illness that limits a person's ability to work outside the home.

VFC 400 Freezer Settings

VFC 400 Freezer Settings

VFC 400 Freezer Settings

VFC 400 Freezer Settings

VFC 400 Refrigerator Settings

VFC 400 Refrigerator Settings

VFC 400 Refrigerator Settings

VFC 400 Refrigerator Settings

VFC Digital Data Logger Setup Video

VFC Digital Data Logger Setup Video

VFC Digital Data Logger Setup Video

This video available on YouTube is a training on how to set up your vaccines for children thermometer.

VitalChek Express Certificate Service

VitalChek Express Certificate Service

VitalChek Express Certificate Service

New Mexico Vital Records does not accept credit cards or online orders. However, you may order birth certificates and death certificates online through our independent partner company.

Water Well Resources

Water Well Resources

Water Well Resources

The focus of this page on the New Mexico Environmental Public Health Tracking website is Water Well Resources and provides guides from various state agencies and other organizations to support water well owners.

Whoops Proof

Whoops Proof

Whoops Proof

Everything you wanted to know about Intra-Uterine Devices and the implant, in totally human language.

Years of Potential Life Lost (Before Age 75) Indicator Report

Years of Potential Life Lost (Before Age 75) Indicator Report

Years of Potential Life Lost (Before Age 75) Indicator Report

YPLLs can show the burden of premature deaths due to a particular cause of death within a population. YPLLs can also be used to distinguish the burden of premature death in populations. Unlike crude and standard age-adjusted measures, YPLL emphasizes the processes underlying premature death in a population.

Young Children With Parents in the Workforce

Young Children With Parents in the Workforce

Young Children With Parents in the Workforce

Parents and families are characteristically the earliest educators of young children, and the level of parental interaction during formative years is linked to a variety of academic outcomes. However, the degree of parental involvement may be influenced by the labor-force participation of the parents, particularly in single-parent households. An increased need for quality child care is found in family settings where all parents are employed full-time.

Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey

Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey

Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey

The New Mexico Youth Risk and Resiliency Survey is a tool to assess the health risk behaviors and resiliency factors of New Mexico high school and middle school students.

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