MOC Part II – Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime 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 If yes, list those that you find yourself mentioning with families the most: As a result of participating in this learning activity, I made the following changes: * What specific changes do you feel the PMP Regional Training helped you make? Please select all that apply. Change in Knowledge Change in Practice Change in Patient Outcomes OtherOther 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 PMP handouts with approximately _____ % my patients: * Almost every visit with children birth to 5 years of age Almost half of the visits, if nutrition and activity topics come up Occasionally, with certain age groups None Please list those ages groups. * I have found that I most often provide PMP handouts to parents of children aged _____ . * 0-4 months 6-12 months 12-24 months 3 years or older I have not used the PMP handouts with any parents. This is because of ______ topic. * Which of the following handouts do you use the most often? Please select the 3 handouts you use the most. * Breastfeeding Newborn – 4 months 4-6 Months Transition to Solids 6-12 months 12 –24 Months 2 Years 3 years 4 years 5-6 years Any handout(s) for children aged 7-18 years Healthy Servings (any age group) Healthy Bones and Teeth Snack/Snack It Up Keeping it Balanced Sweetened Drinks Proper Portions Juice Physical Activity Screen Time Breakfast Family Meals Eating Away from Home Sleep Eating on a budget Fruits and Veggies On a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 being “not at all helpful” and 5 being “very helpful”, how helpful were the Pocket Guides to your work with families? Select NA, if you did not receive a pocket guide. * 1 2 3 4 5 N/A I have used the PMP mobile application with approximately _______ of my patients. * Almost every visit with children birth to 5 years of age Almost half of the visits, if nutrition and activity topics come up Occasionally, with certain age groups None Please list those age groups. * I have found that I most often provide PMP mobile application to parents of children aged ___. * 0-4 months 6-12 months 12-24 months 3 years and older I have not used the PMP mobile application with any parents. This is because of _______ topic. * As a result of participating in PMP, I feel more confident _______. Please select all that apply in talking with parents about healthy eating in talking with parents about healthy play in talking with parents about healthy habits for young children in talking with parents about sleep habits in talking with parents about schedules and structures in talking with parents about ____in talking with parents about ____ After participating in this activity, would you be interested in joining a full MOC Part IV Learning Collaborative? * Yes No, because:No, because: If you are human, leave this field blank.