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Guidelines for conducting birth defects surveillance
  • Published Date:
    June 2004
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Guidelines for conducting birth defects surveillance
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Birth Defects Prevention Network, Surveillance Guidelines and Standards Committee. ; National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Birth Defects State Research Partnerships Team. ;
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    Introduction -- -- Chapter 1. The Whys and Hows of Birth Defects Surveillance - Using Data -- -- Chapter 2. Legislation -- Appendix 2.1. Sample State Legislation -- Appendix 2.2. Table of Birth Defects Legislation -- Appendix 2.3. Definitions Used to Determine Covered Entity Status Under the Privacy Rule -- Appendix 2.4. Office of Civil Rights (OCR) HIPAA Privacy Regulation Text -- -- Chapter 3.Case Definition -- Appendix 3.1. Birth Defects Included in the Case Definition of the National Birth Defects Prevention Network -- Appendix 3.2. NBDPN Abstractor's Instructions -- Appendix 3.3. Examples of Conditions Considered to Be Minor Anomalies -- Appendix 3.4. Conditions Related to Prematurity in Infants Born at Less Than 36 Weeks Gestation -- -- Chapter 4. Data Variables -- Appendix 4.1. Descriptions of Minimum (Core) Data Variables -- Appendix 4.2. Descriptions of Recommended Data Variables -- -- Chapter 5. Classification and Coding -- Appendix 5.1. Texas Disease Index -- Appendix 5.2. 6-Digit CDC Codes (updated 8/2007) -- -- Chapter 6. Case Ascertainment Methods -- Appendix 6.1. Data Source Described in Detail - Vital Records -- Appendix 6.2. Data Source Described in Detail - Hospital Data Sets -- Appendix 6.3. Data Source Described in Detail - Hospital and Patient Services Logs -- Appendix 6.4. Data Source Described in Detail - Genetic Services -- -- Chapter 7. Data Quality Management -- Appendix 7.1. Data Sources Descriptive Assessment Tool -- -- Chapter 8. Statistical Methods -- -- Chapter 9. Data Management and Security -- -- Chapter 10. Data Collaboration and Dissemination through the NBDPN -- -- Chapter 11. Data Presentation -- Appendix 11.1. Data Suppression -- Appendix 11.2. Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to Map Data -- Appendix 11.3. Data Users Matrix -- Appendix 11.4. What Type of Chart or Graph Should I Use?

    "In January of 1999, the National Birth Defects Prevention Network (NBDPN) established a Surveillance Guidelines and Standards Committee (SGSC) in order to develop and promote the use of standards and guidelines for birth defects surveillance programs in the United States. This set of guidelines is designed to serve as an important first step in the documentation of this process and as the vehicle for dissemination of the committee's findings. The Guidelines for Conducting Birth Defects Surveillance (henceforth referred to as The Surveillance Guidelines) were developed with three major long-term objectives in mind: To improve the quality of state birth defects surveillance data, including accuracy, comparability, completeness, and timeliness; To enhance the utility of state birth defects surveillance data for research on the distribution and etiology of birth defects; To encourage and promote the use of state birth defects surveillance data for the purposes of linking affected children with services and evaluation of those services. The technical guidelines that make up this document provide a way of improving the quality of birth defects surveillance data, which in turn enhances their use in support of the latter two objectives. Fundamental to quality is ensuring that procedures for all aspects of data definition, collection, management, and analysis are established and followed. Because state-based surveillance systems operate with different objectives and data needs, it is clear that, with respect to procedures and standards, 'one size does not fit all.' It is also clear, however, that common guidelines can provide a basis for the development of system-specific operating procedures and supporting manuals." - p. i

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