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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

SIDS Advisory Council

The California SIDS Advisory Council is a nine-member state appointed council. It was legislatively established in 1989 to advise the California Department Public Health of the most current issues and information related to SIDS. Specific activities of the council are to provide guidance in the development of training, educational and research programs; identify and recommend action to address program needs targeting specific groups; and to convene an annual statewide conference in conjunction with the California Department of Public Health and the California SIDS Program. One-third of the Council are representatives of SIDS parent groups, and the remaining members are professionals who are directly involved with providing services to the SIDS community.

Upcoming Meeting Agenda

 Meeting Agenda and Minutes

For meeting information, please contact the California Department of Public Health’s SIDS Coordinator.

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