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Health care professionals play a vital role in educating their patients and helping to prevent preconception and prenatal exposure to environmental hazards.

We work with medical organizations to integrate environmental health in health care and influence policy change to promote health equity and protect pregnant people and future generations.

Medical Professional Partners

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The International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) is a leading global voice of reproductive health professionals and its actions have profound resonance on reproductive health impacts of exposure to toxic environmental chemicals.

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Reducing exposure to toxic environmental agents is a critical area of intervention for obstetricians, gynecologists, and other reproductive health professionals in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG).

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The Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units (PEHSU) are a national network of experts in the prevention, diagnosis, management, and treatment of health issues that arise from environmental exposures from preconception through adolescence.

Clinical Practice Materials

FIGO Opinion

A policy statement by the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics on preventing exposure to toxic environmental chemicals and communications materials created by PRHE to support it.

Continuing Medical Education

Understanding environmental health can help health care professionals improve care. Check out a list of CME courses here.

Pediatric Environmental Health Toolkit

The Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units created a toolkit to fill the need for environmental health information.

Story of Health ebook

Created by the Western States PEHSU to explore the environmental influences on reproductive health, including infertility, developmental challenges, and childhood cancer.

Prescriptions for Prevention

Developed by NIEHS-funded P30 children's health centers to address common environmental health concerns such as lead, secondhand smoke, mold, and radon.

Clinical Resources