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NEEF's work is designed to build a broad, inclusive coalition of stakeholders to focus on environmental health concerns and benefits. From training tens of thousands of health care professionals about various environmental health issues, including taking a patient's environmental history, environmental management of pediatric asthma, and promoting outdoor activities to help prevent a variety of health conditions including obesity and diabetes, NEEF's programs provide resources and training to healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes.

Below, you can learn more about NEEF's programs as well as browse resources for health care practitioners and faculty about incorporating pediatric environmental health into teaching programs and practices.

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Children's Environmental Health Series

Register to view the Children’s Environmental Health Series, a virtual event for health care professionals lead by Dr. Regina Benjamin.
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NEEF Programs & Initiatives
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Pediatric Asthma

NEEF's Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma Guidelines engages providers on foundational information and skills for asthma care & management.
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The SunWise program is a free environmental & health education program to teach K-8 children about sun safety, UV radiation, and stratospheric ozone.
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Pediatric Environmental History

NEEF’s environmental history form draws from the medical literature and current best practices.
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Health and Nature

Learn more about the physical and mental health benefits of bringing nature into your everyday life.
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Climate Change and Human Health

The effects of global climate change include profound effects on human health.
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