MOC Part II – 3-Month Follow-Up – PMP Regional Trainings Name * First and Last Name Credentials Practice/Organization * Email Address * In the months that have passed since you completed this activity, are you still able to... Define the provider’s role in obesity prevention based on the Expert Committee Recommendations endorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics? * Yes No Identify the reason for and importance of screening for, assessing, and managing excessive weight trajectories starting from birth? * Yes No Identify the Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime (PMP) strategies that will enhance your pediatric obesity prevention efforts? * Yes No Describe the concepts that make PMP an effective way to build sound nutrition and activity foundations through developmentally appropriate parenting techniques? * Yes No As a result of participating in this learning activity, I made the following changes: * What specific changes do you feel this activity helped you make? Please select all that apply. Change in Knowledge Change in Practice Change in Patient Outcomes Other Please select the reason (or reasons) that you chose to participate in this activity: MOC Part II Credit CME Credit Educational Content Other: Additional Feedback/Comments Feedback on module content, suggestions for future revisions, etc. I have used the Parenting at Mealtime & Playtime mobile application with approximately _______ of my patients. * 0 1-20 21-40 41-60 More than 60 I use the materials/handouts provided to me at the regional training with my 0-6 population. * Never Sometimes Occasionally Always After participating in this activity, would you be interested in joining the full MOC Part IV Learning Collaborative in Fall 2016? * Yes No, because: Does your practice have a need for expanded materials to cover 7-16 year olds? * Yes - I would like materials for this age range that cover prevention. Yes - I would like materials for this age range that cover treatment. Yes - I would like materials that cover both prevention AND treatment. No - I don't think there is a need for materials for 7-16 year olds.