New Study Examines Efforts to Reduce Sudden Unexpected Infant Death


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Findings from the March issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine explore the excess infant mortality in the US South.

The findings, according to lead investigator Ashley H. Hirai, PhD, can be used to "inform the prioritization of strategies within the new infant mortality Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network (CoIIN) that originated in the South and through other public and private efforts to improve birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality at local and national levels."



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