The Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime (PMP) Learning Collaborative is a proactive, sustainable approach to building healthy habits among birth to five year olds. Designed by pediatric experts and health care providers, PMP focuses on enhancing obesity risk assessment, recognition and prevention counseling during the well child visit. PMP messaging fuses nutrition and play guidance with the parent-child interaction during meals, playtime and daily structure. Research has shown this is a critical window for obesity prevention and promotion of healthy habits.
Using a new and innovative platform, pediatricians and family physicians can participate in this quality improvement program using QIDA (Quality Improvement Data Aggregator), an online learning environment that allows flexibility for providers to complete program requirements at a pace that fits busy schedules! Eligible physicians can earn (25) ABP MOC Part IV credit. * Participating medical staff may also be eligible for CME credit.
There is a maximum number of practices allowed in this collaborative. There is currently a wait list for participation. Registration closes Jan. 31.
Additional PMP Opportunities: A series of three-hour PMP Regional Trainings are being held across the state and will provide MOC Part II credit. Click here for more information.