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Clinical Tools: Children and Teen Health
Guidelines for the Care of Farmworkers' Children
Book published jointly by MCN and the American Academy of Pediatrics to highlight special considerations for farmworker children.
Environmental History Tools for Pediatric Health Care Providers
This sight offers a environmental history screening form, a comprehensive environmental history form and an environmental history taking primer. It is part of NEEF's Pediatric Environmental History Initiative, a multi-year project to incorporate environmental history taking into the clinical practice of pediatricians and nurses.
Environmental Management of Pediatric Asthma: Guidelines for Health Care Providers
These guidelines are aimed at integrating environmental management of asthma into pediatric health care. Offers clinical competencies in environmental health relevant to pediatric asthma and outlines the environmental interventions to communicate to patients.
Family Psychosocial Screening
Family Psychosocial Screening also assesses a number of other risk factors for developmental and behavior problems. These include frequent household moves, single parenting, three or more children in the home, less than a high school education, and unemployment.
- Fam Psycho Soc Qaire.pdf( 3,336.90 Kb )
MCN's Lead Guidelines for Primary Care Providers Caring for Migrant Children
Clinicial guidelines dealing with children and lead exposure. Special emphasis on working with migrant children.
- Lead Guidelines Children 2009.pdf( 944.51 Kb )
Pediatric Environmental Health Tool Kit
The Toolkit is a combination of easy-to-use reference guides for health providers and user friendly health education materials on preventing exposures to toxic chemicals and other substances that affect infant and child health.
Appointment for first visit should be scheduled within 8 weeks of gestation. The first appointment is scheduled with perinatal nurse.
- 3.04.17 Perinatal Protocol.doc( 517.12 Kb )
Prenatal Education/Management Protocol
To provide initial prenatal education (prior to referral for pregnancy management) for patients with pregnancy diagnosed at the Lake Superior Community Health Center.
- Prenatal Education Management Protocol.doc( 307.20 Kb )
Rapid Clinical Assessment Tool for Adolescent Farmworker Injury and Exposure
Use the link below to access MCN's Rapid Assessment Tool to help adolescent farmworkers identify agricultural tasks they perform in agriculture and facilitate clinician understanding about the health risks associated with it. Youth worker images are adapted and reproduced with permission from the National Children Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety. Images copyrighted through Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin.