Child Death Review (CDR) is the multidisciplinary review of individual child deaths to help communities understand why children die and equip them to effectively prevent future fatalities. Click here to learn more about CDR.
Fetal and Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) is the community-based, action-oriented process of reviewing fetal and infant death cases to improve maternal and infant health outcomes. Click here to learn more about FIMR.
The National Fatality Review-Case Reporting System (NFR-CRS) is the data system supporting CDR and FIMR teams across the country. Click here to learn more about the NFR-CRS and data-related activities.
The National Center develops a wide range of resources to support the work of CDR and FIMR teams. Click here to explore our guidance documents for teams, webinars, training module series, and other helpful resources.
This 10-module learning series provides an overview of diverse aspects of child death scene investigation (DSI) for diverse professionals whose work intersects with DSI. Multiple types of continuing education credits are available. Click here to access the series.