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Sieć Pediatrycznych Specjalistycznych Poradni Medycyny Środowiskowej (PEHSU): wypełnienie istotnej luki w systemie opieki zdrowotnej
 
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University of California San Francisco, Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit
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University of Washington, Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit
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University of Washington, Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
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University of Utah, Department of Internal Medicine
 
Med Srod. 2012;15(3)
 
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STRESZCZENIE ARTYKUŁU
Sieć Pediatrycznych Specjalistycznych Poradni Medycyny Środowiskowej (PEHSU) w Stanach Zjednoczonych została utworzona w 1998 roku w wyniku uznania konieczności przeprowadzania ekspertyz w zakresie zdrowia środowiskowego dzieci. Udokumentowane trendy wzrostu chorób dzieci wywołanych lub zaostrzonych przez czynniki środowiskowe i nakładający się równocześnie niedostatek programów nauczania z tego zakresu w szkołach medycznych lub w czasie rezydentury spowodowały brak tej specjalistycznej wiedzy wśród pracowników opieki zdrowotnej, rodziców, społeczności i władz. PEHSU wypełniają ten brak wykonując: 1) edukację medyczną, 2) promocję zdrowia środowiskowego 3) porady konsultacyjne dla społeczności i dla pracowników ochrony zdrowia. W niniejszej pracy przedstawiono najważniejsze przykłady, kiedy udział PEHSU był instrumentem dla polepszenia stanu zdrowia albo postępu ekspertyzy klinicznej w zakresie zdrowia środowiskowego.

A network of pediatric environmental health specialty units (PEHSUs) in the United States was formed in 1998 out of a recognized need for clinical expertise in children’s environmental health. Documented trends in a rise of pediatric diseases caused or exacerbated by environmental conditions, coupled with the failure of medical schools and residency programs to cover these issues in a significant way, leaves health care providers, parents, communities, and governments at a loss for this specialized knowledge. The PEHSUs fill this gap by providing: 1) medical education, 2) general outreach and communications, and 3) consultative services to communities and health care professionals. This paper presents examples of key situations where PEHSU involvement was instrumental in improved patient outcomes or advancing clinical expertise in children’s environmental health. Challenges and opportunities for future directions for the program are also discussed.
 
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