Part of NEEF’s Pediatric Asthma Initiative, this accredited eLearning program was developed to help pediatric healthcare providers and clinicians manage environmental asthma triggers and intervention strategies. The online course makes use of case studies, guided exercise, and open dialogue to develop the skills required to identify environmental triggers and implement evidence-based environmental interventions for asthma.
Professionals completing the course will also be eligible for continuing education units (CEUs) through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Continuing Education certificate program.
The number of education units earned varies depending on each enrollee’s occupation:
- CME (Physicians) 1.75
- CNE (Nurses) 1.75
- Certificate of Participation (Non-Physicians) 1.75
- CEU (Other Professionals) 0.2
- CECH (Certified Health Education Specialists) 1.5
- CPH (Certified Public Health Professionals) 2.0
Course Length: 90 minutes