In Kansas, physicians are running a pilot educational project to help reduce infant mortality, reports the Wichita Eagle.

Zachary Kuhlmann, an obstetrician and gynecologist with Associates in Women’s Health, is participating in the program and said the group will work with about 100 pregnant patients as part of the initial research.

As part of the program, women who come in for appointments at 28 and 36 weeks pregnant are asked about their knowledge of safe sleep with a quiz and then introduced to the information by the physician.

The reminders for the quiz at those appointments has been integrated into the physician electronic medical record system, Kuhlmann said.