Report and recommendations on adolescent pregnancy in Mississippi

by Mississippi. Adolescent Pregnancy Task Force.

Publisher: The Commission in [Jackson, Miss.]

Written in English
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  • Mississippi.,
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  • Teenage parents -- Services for -- Mississippi.,
  • Teenage mothers -- Services for -- Mississippi.,
  • Teenage pregnancy -- Mississippi -- Prevention.,
  • Teenage pregnancy -- Mississippi -- Statistics.

Edition Notes

Other titlesReport on adolescent pregnancy in Mississippi.
Statementdeveloped by the Adolescent Pregnancy Task Force of the Commission for Children and Youth, Department of Human Development, Governor"s Office of Federal-State Programs.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHV699 .M555 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2497450M
LC Control Number87622514

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Report and recommendations on adolescent pregnancy in Mississippi by Mississippi. Adolescent Pregnancy Task Force. Download PDF EPUB FB2

This document contains the conclusions and recommendations of a task force established to review the status of adolescent pregnancy and childbearing in Mississippi and to make recommendations for programs and policies that would serve to prevent or lessen the negative impact of adolescent pregnancy.

The introduction of the report presents statistics on adolescent pregnancies nationally. Teen Access and Quality Initiative: Improving Adolescent Reproductive Health Best Practices external icon Births in the United States, Trends in Repeat Births and Use of Postpartum Contraception Among Teens — United States, – Characteristics of Marijuana Use During Pregnancy – Eight States, Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System, ; Top Food Category Contributors to Sodium and Potassium Intake — United States, – Introduction.

Pediatricians play an important role in adolescent pregnancy prevention and contraception. Nearly half of US high school students report ever having had sexual intercourse.

1 Each year, approximately adolescents become pregnant, with more than 80% of these pregnancies unplanned, indicating an unmet need for effective contraception in this population.

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Adolescent pregnancy factsheet; Adolescent sexual and reproductive health. In recent decades adolescent pregnancy has become an important health issue in a great number of countries, both developed and developing.

However, pregnancy in adolescence (i.e. in a girl. Adolescent pregnancy can also have negative social and economic effects on girls, their families and communities.

Unmarried pregnant adolescents may face stigma or rejection by parents and peers as well as threats of violence. Girls who become pregnant before age 18 are also more likely to experience violence within a marriage or partnership. The purpose of this clinical report is to provide pediatricians updated research on evidence-based sexual and reproductive health education conducted since the original clinical report on the subject was published by the American Academy of Pediatrics in Sexuality education is defined as teaching about human sexuality, including intimate relationships, human sexual anatomy, sexual.

Recommendations for research. Undertake research on the effect of availability of formal and non-formal education on adolescent pregnancy prevention. This research should consider potential mediating factors such as socioeconomic status and marital status.

This report from the National Center for Health Statistics presents revised pregnancy rates for – and new rates for – for U.S. women through age Rates are also presented for pregnancy outcomes (live birth, induced abortion, and fetal loss), by age, race, and Hispanic origin, and by marital status.

Although the teen birth rate declined 64% between and from to per 1, female adolescents aged 15–19 years, the United States continues to have one of the highest teen pregnancy rates among developed nations, and racial/ethnic and geographic disparities in teen birth rates persist.Because of the high rates and persistent disparities in teen births, teen pregnancy.

Media activities form a major component of this strategy, alongside education initiatives and health and social provision. In aro teenagers in the UK became pregnant, of which nearly 8, were under the age of Teenage pregnancy has wide ranging social implications: Babies are more likely to have a lower than average weight.

recommendations Proposing (SIECCAN) Update Report on Teen Pregnancy Prevention. Brook T, Murphey D (). What works: preventing teen pregnancy in Mississippi.

The US Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) and CDC recently partnered to fund the evaluation of innovative interventions designed for young men aged 15 to 24 years to reduce their risk of fathering a teen pregnancy.

Interventions focused on young men at high risk of fathering a teen pregnancy, such as. Teenage Pregnancy: Selected full-text books and articles Why the Teen Birth Rate Keeps Dropping; How the U.S.

Learned Its Lesson and Cut Teen Pregnancy in Half By Main, Douglas Newsweek, Vol. No. 21, The chance of maternal death cannot be ruled out in effecting teenage pregnancy by child.

According to Marnach et al () medically, teenage pregnancy maternal and prenatal health is of particular concern among teens who are pregnant or parenting.

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Adolescent girls, especially younger girls, are particularly vulnerable because they face the risks of premature pregnancy and childbirth. Maternal conditions are the top cause of mortality among girls aged globally. Inthe estimated adolescent birth rate globally was 44 births per 1, girls aged 15 to 19; in West and Central.

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Adolescent pregnancy: unmet needs and undone deeds A review of the literature and programmes ; Adolescents, social support and help-seeking behaviour An international literature review and programme consultation with recommendations for action; Annual Report WHO Department of Making Pregnancy Safer.

View national and state statistics related to adolescent health. National and State Data Sheets | Visit for the latest Coronavirus Disease (COVID) updates. Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood Advisory Council (Tex.).

Adolescent pregnancy prevention. Austin, TX: Texas Dept. of Human Services, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood Advisory Council.

Together these two factors have contributed to the U.S. reaching its lowest teen pregnancy and birth rates in years. Still, % of all high school students reported that they had had sexual intercourse in and one in eight adolescent females will become pregnant before turning Learn more about issues affecting reproductive health.

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This report presented the findings of the Panel of Adolescent Pregnancy. Caring adults can promote adolescent mental health by providing clinical preventive services, crisis intervention, educational accommodations, and other services.

National and State Data Sheets Get the latest national and state data on over 75 measures documenting adolescent health. A Matter of Race. The KIDS COUNT Data Book reports that, when compared to the average American child, African-American children are two times more likely to live in high-poverty neighborhoods and single-parent families.

On the brighter side: African-American kids are also more likely to have health insurance coverage, attend school when young, and live in families led by a high-school. The objective is to cover the major issues related to teenage pregnancy and childbearing, and adolescent pregnancy and childbearing.

Childbirth to teenage mothers in the United States peaked in the mids at approximately births per 1, teenage girls.

Stan E. Weed et al., "Predicting and Changing Teen Sexual Activity Rates: A Comparison of Three Title XX Programs," report to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Adolescent.aimed at preventing teenage pregnancy, reporting on the results of a poll conducted inconcluded that “the number one symp-tom of erosion in family cohesiveness is the spread of teenage pregnancy” (National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy1).

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