Educational Video Library
- Click here for Early Childhood Videos
- Click here for Peer-to-Peer Food Allergy Videos
- Click here for College Food Allergy Videos
- Click here for Student Asthma Videos
- Click here for Food Allergy Management Videos
- Click here for CPS/Northwestern Videos
- Click here for CFAAR Webinar Videos
- Click here for iREACH Videos
Early Childhood Videos
Goal:To address the food allergy education needs of the Early Childhood Population. These videos were created for early childhood professionals, parents, and children (under 6 years of age).
Peer-to-Peer Food Allergy Videos
Goal:For all schools, teachers, and parents to utilize these grade-specific professional videos to educate all students about food allergies.
These videos were created to help peers better understand and support their classmates with food allergy. These short and informative videos can be utilized in the classroom and have associated FAQ sheets, discussion questions, and teacher guides to facilitate open dialogue in school!
These videos are available in USB form that can be mailed to schools and teachers for free. If you are interested in using these in your school, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
College Food Allergy Videos
Goal:To spread awareness about the college experience among students with food-related conditions on campus. CFAAR created a Northwestern specific video as well as a general video that can be utilized and catered to college campuses nationwide. The video has an associated toolkit for college students to serve as welcome packet as they arrive on campus and help them navigate campus living with a food condition.
If you are interested in using these in your school, please email email@example.com for more details.
Asthma Education Videos
Goal:To improve asthma awareness in students' schools and communities and empower students to be their own health advocates.
These videos were created during CFAAR's START and SMART Asthma Programs. Through these programs, the students became the researchers and went out into the community to understand the factors that can positively and negatively impact their asthma. They then worked with our team to create these PSAs to share with their classmates and community to spread awareness and education.
Our team has also built a curriculum based on these programs that can be used in schools to help students learn about a variety of other health conditions. If you are interested in ordering this free SHMRT curriculum for your school, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Food Allergy Management Video
Goal: To provide tools for physicians, caregivers, and individuals with food allergy.
These educational videos include content on early introduction of allergens, daily living, and management.
A fun, disco-themed video to help educate doctors, patients, and families about the 5 key steps of clinical food allergy diagnosis and treatment. Remember: It takes FIVE to THRIVE!
CPS/Northwestern Student Health Leaders Program Videos
Goal: To improve health awareness in students' schools and communities in Chicago and empower students to be their own health advocates.
These videos are from the CPS/Northwestern Student Health Leaders Program, which brought together 95 students from 16 CPS high schools to research health topics and issues in their schools. The students created 11 public service announcements to educate their peers and schools about health conditions and issues that mattered the most to them. Learn more about the program on the Education Page.
CFAAR Webinar Videos
Goal: To provide education and support for families living with food allergy, asthma, and other atopic conditions.
These videos explore life with food allergies, asthma, and other atopic conditions from different perspectives, helping families to learn and live life with confidence.
iREACH Training Materials (Early Peanut Product Introduction Tools for Pediatric Clinicians
Goal: To provide education and support for pediatric clinicians who counsel families on the early introduction of peanut products. We hope these materials serve as a helpful resource in your clinic!
These materials were created by the CFAAR team for the IREACH study, which aims to improve pediatric clinician adherence to the prevention of peanut allergy (PPA) guidelines with the goal to reduce peanut allergy incidence.
- Videos summarizing the Peanut Allergy Prevention (PPA) Guidelines and recommendations for pediatric clinicians.
- Handouts to assist with categorizing high-risk infants and determining eczema severity.
- Materials to counsel families on when and how to add peanut protein and solid foods to their child’s diet
This training video provides a comprehensive summary of the PPA guidelines, describes a clinical decision support tool created to support guideline adherence, and explains the different classifications of eczema in infants.