Ohio AAP’s Parenting and Playtime Program Relaunching as Well-Child and Practice Management Educational Trainings

The Parenting at Mealtime and Playtime (PMP) program, funded by the Ohio Department of Health, launched in 2014 and has impacted over 85,000 children in Ohio. PMP is transitioning from a quality improvement project to an education based training program. PMP will be hosting trainings on supporting the well child visit and practice management during COVID-19 as well as launching a PMP toolkit and Journal Club (Article of the Month). Please see below for additional information.

REGISTER HERE: http://ohioaap.org/pmp-educational-training-series/

To register for the upcoming PMP toolkit or Journal Club and be the first to receive new information and updates, please follow the links below.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact Alex Miller at amiller@ohioaap.org.

 


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