The Northwest Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit seeks to reduce environmental health risks to children by providing training for health professionals, communities and families through consultation, educational activities, and referrals.

  • Eco-Healthy Child Care Train-the-Trainer On March 1, 2018, learn the free or low-cost steps that child care providers can take to protect children from common environmental hazards such as lead, pesticides, household chemicals, mold, art supplies, and unsafe plastic products. Photo © UW OSHA Learn More
  • Pediatric Lead Exposure: Diagnosis, Management, and Prevention Take this FREE On-Demand Training to learn more about children's lead exposures and receive continuing education credit. Photo © 2011 Learn More
  • Our Team PEHSU is a national network of academically based specialists dedicated to providing expertise to health care professionals and the public on environmental factors that influence reproductive and children’s health. Photo © PEHSU Learn More
  • Pesticides can pose a risk to your child's health. Washing fresh fruits and vegetables before eating them is one step families can take to reduce exposure to pesticides. Photo © MWillis Learn More

Northwest PEHSU (Region X). Seattle, WA indicated by the star on the map above.