The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is implementing a national Project ECHO® (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) for reproductive and pediatric environmental health, funded (in part) by the cooperative agreement FAIN: U61TS000237-04 from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).
The AAP PEHSU ECHO serves as a forum for health care professionals to learn how to identify, diagnose and treat environmentally-related health conditions in children. This project uses the ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) model, a tele-mentoring hub and spoke platform that leverages technology to bring together specialty care providers at academic medical centers (hub) and primary care providers in local communities (spokes). The AAP PEHSU ECHO builds a bi-directional virtual knowledge network whereby participants learn from experts and each other, gaining access to evidence-based and capacity-building resources. Each ECHO session includes a brief presentation by a national expert, followed by in-depth, practice-based presentations for discussion, problem-solving guidance and recommendations. All attendees are invited to share and actively participate.

Sessions will occur beginning in January 2018 and will last one hour. The frequency of the sessions is to be determined.

If you are interested in registering for the AAP PEHSU ECHO clinics, please complete the details below.  AAP staff will follow up with you with further details.

* 1. Name (first, last, credentials)

* 2. Which of the following best describes your training?

* 3. Email Address

* 4. City, State

* 5. Clinics will be offered on consistent days and times and will last one hour. Please select all timeframes that would work best for you.  (check all that apply)

* 6. Which of the following describes your patient population?

* 7. Roughly how many patients do you see on a monthly basis who have the following:

  None 1-9 10-19 20 or more Not applicable, I don't see patients
Adolescent occupational physical exam
Food allergy (including dairy)
Food safety concerns (e.g. arsenic in rice, mercury in fish)
Developmental disabilities (including autism)
Lead poisoning
Secondhand tobacco smoke exposure (including e-cigarettes)
Second hand marijuana smoke / inadvertent marijuana exposure
Skin conditions (e.g. rashes)
School-related health problems

* 8. How often would you be likely to attend a 1-hour ECHO clinic session?

* 9. Please list any environmentally-related topics and health conditions about which you would be interested in learning more: