Education and training

Northwest PEHSU offers educational outreach and training services to increase evidence-based knowledge about reproductive and pediatric environmental health issues among health care providers, public health professionals and the public.  

Call us at 1-206-221-8671 or email us at to request a pediatric environmental health expert for a presentation or to suggest future community outreach projects.  

PEHSU National Classroom: 

Catalogue of interactive, self-paced e-learning courses on a range of pediatric and reproductive environmental health topics. Many of the courses qualify for CME, CNE, CEU or CECH. The PEHSU program also hosts regularly scheduled, live scientific webinars on topics relevant to pediatric environmental health. Past webinars may be viewed on demand. 

Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit (PEHT): 

An interactive, web-based module developed for pediatric health care providers, health educators and other health professionals interested in environmental health anticipatory guidance for pediatric patients and their parents or guardians. The PEHT is currently being revised, and CE credit will be available soon. 

A Story of Health:  

Multimedia ebook that explores how our environments interact with our genes to influence health across the lifespan, as told through the lives of fictional characters and their families: Brett, a young boy with asthma; Amelia, a teenager with developmental disabilities; and Stephen, a toddler recently diagnosed with leukemia. Each case features the latest scientific research about disease origin and helpful facts about disease prevention. This is a peer-reviewed program developed by Region 9 PEHSU. CDC ATSDR offers free CE credits for each of the fictional cases.