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MDH Develops Screening and Testing Guidelines. MDH Disseminates and Promotes Guidelines. Professionals Receive Guidelines. Professionals Accept Guidelines. Professionals have Resources to Implement Guidelines. Professionals Change Their Behaviors. Increase in Screening.

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Mdh develops screening and testing guidelines

MDH Develops Screening and Testing Guidelines

MDH Disseminates and Promotes Guidelines

Professionals Receive Guidelines

Professionals Accept Guidelines

Professionals have Resources to Implement Guidelines

Professionals Change Their Behaviors

Increase in Screening

Increase in Education to Parents

Increase in Testing

Increase in Identification of Existing EBL Cases

Parents Take Action and Reduce Lead Exposure and Absorption

Treatment and Services are Provided for Affected Children and Their Families/Property

Future EBL Cases are Prevented

Blood Lead Levels in Identified Children are Reduced

Blood Lead Levels in Unidentified, Affected Children are Reduced

Lead Poisoning and Its Consequences are Reduced in Minnesota

Note. Gray shading indicates activities and events beyond the scope of the MDH CLPPP initiative.

Produced by Professional Data Analysts, Inc. Minneapolis, MN March 2001


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