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    • Oklahoma Leadership Summit on Infant Mortality : summary report.

    • Infants--Death--Prevention--Oklahoma.; Infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Mothers--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • To help raise awareness about infant mortality among key leaders, the Oklahoma Leadership Summit on Infant Mortality was held October 1, 2012. The goal of the Summit was to influence stakeholders to take action toward improving birth outcomes in...
    • Substance-exposed newborns : state of Oklahoma 2013.

    • Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.; Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma statute, Title 63, 1-550.3, states, “The Department of Human Services shall establish and maintain an up-to-date Record of Infants Born Exposed to Alcohol and Other Harmful Substances. Such record shall include data necessary for surveys...
    • Substance exposed newborns : state of Oklahoma 2012.

    • Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.; Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • In November 2011, an article in The Daily Oklahoman indicated The Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth (OCCY) reviewed 10 cases involving newborns or mothers who tested positive or self-reported illicit drug use at the time of the newborn’s...
    • OCCY Substance Exposed Newborn Subcommittee

    • Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse in pregnancy--Oklahoma.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Oklahoma.
    • The Keeping Children and Family Safe Act of 2003 was passed by Congress which requires each state to develop policies and procedures “to address the needs of infants born and identified as being affected by illegal substance abuse or withdrawal...
    • Executive summary : substance exposed newborns (SEN)

    • Newborn infants--Health and hygiene--Oklahoma.; Drug abuse in pregnancy--Oklahoma.; Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Children of prenatal substance abuse--Oklahoma.
    • From October 2010 through September 2011, the Office of Juvenile System Oversight (OJSO) reviewed ten cases involving babies who: at birth tested positive; their mother tested positive; or their mother self-reported at the time of the babies’ birth...

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