Indoor Air Quality Initiative
Building Health Professional Capacity to Reduce Public Exposure to Indoor Pollutants
ACPM Staff, IAQ Initiative
Michele Surricchio, MPH, CHES
ACPM IAQ Time Tools
ACPM has developed a series of indoor air quality Time Tools to provide physicians and clinical staff with concise, credible, evidence-based clinical prevention guidelines to enhance knowledge, and encourage application, of preventive medicine services in this key clinical area.
Each Time Tool provides an executive summary, "pocket guide” of the evidence and practical approaches to delivering preventive services to patients in the context of a clinical visit. A resource document is also provided, delineating the epidemiology of the disease/health behavior/risk, clinical evidence, and recommendations by various professional and government entities.
These programs were developed under Cooperative Agreement No. XA-833127-01 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It has not been formally reviewed by EPA. The views expressed in these activities are solely those of American College of Preventive Medicine and EPA does not endorse any products or commercial services mentioned in these programs.