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FLCEHC Project ECHO

The Finger Lakes Children’s Environmental Health Center Project ECHO provides case-based learning and multidisciplinary consultation services in 15 counties of the Finger Lakes region. Our goal is to create a learning community to improve health care providers’ capacity to:

  • Provide anticipatory guidance on environmental health (EH) issues to pregnant and breastfeeding women and families with children
  • Answer questions patients bring about EH topics (or know where to easily find answers)
  • Connect families with resources in their community
  • Become aware of specific environmental health issues in our communities
  • Refer cases to the Finger Lakes Children’s Environmental Health Center as needed

The Finger Lakes Children’s Environmental Health Center staff serves as the hub team and will bring in expertise as needed from other NYS CEHCs, community agencies, American Lung Assoc., NYSDOH, DEC, etc.

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Sessions occur monthly on the third Wednesday from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. For more information about participating in a future session, email FLCEHC@urmc.rochester.edu or call (585) 276-3105.

Past Project ECHO Sessions

Summary of our 3/2019-10/2020 FLCEHC Project ECHO Sessions

Recordings, slides, and resources from past FLCEHC Project ECHO sessions can be accessed from our Box folder.

Topics have included:

  • Lead in Pregnancy and Lactation
  • Asthma Triggers and the Environment
  • Unintended Consequences - Accidental Opioid Exposures in Kids
  •  Breastmilk and Breastfeeding:  Mold and Environmental Contaminants
  • New Environments for New Americans
  • Perinatal Dental Disease and Child Health
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) - Impact of a Toxic Environment
  • Dangerous Jobs - Pesticide Exposure Among Farm Workers and Their Families
  • Addressing Common Environmental Concerns in Pediatrics
  • Acute Environmental Toxic Exposures in Children
  • Preventing Tick-Borne Diseases
  • Home Hazards that Impact Children's Health
  • Local Effects of Climate Change for the Practicing Clinician
  • Vaping, Tobacco Product Flavors and Lung Injury
  • Particulate Air Quality in the Rochester-Finger Lakes Region
  • Food Justice and Children's Environmental Health