Lead Prevention Quality Improvement Project

The Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics is kicking off a new quality improvement project in July. It is a 6-month project that is being piloted. The goal is to educate about the gap in current lead testing and to improve testing rates. The project will include QI training, practice coaching, assistance with data collection, and collaborative learning. You will have access to free resources that include a physician resource guide, a family rack card, and an interactive website!
Participants will be able to:
• Describe current trends in lead poisoning epidemiology and adherence to medical management guidelines
• Integrate counseling on lead poisoning prevention into anticipatory guidance
• Identify opportunities to increase lead screening and testing rates and referral to appropriate resources
You will earn 25 MOC Part 4 points for participating. For questions, contact Alex Miller at amiller@ohioaap.org. Lead Prevention Program Flyer: here.

Lead Wave 1 Registration