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After Residency: What I Wish I Knew About Finding A Job – Jan. 26th

Please RSVP by January 22nd using this Google Form: https://goo.gl/forms/QtOnjUQr8X2yzqWQ2

Got questions? Email: rkutua@gmail.com

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DC AAP Testifies at DC Council Hearing on Federal Immigration Raids

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Dr. Nathalie Quion, Co-Chair of the DC AAP Immigrant Child Health Committee, provided strong testimony on the health effects on children of Federal Immigration Raids at a November 17th DC Council public hearing on the “Sense of the Council Regarding Federal Immigration Raids Resolution of 2016.” To view Dr.

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DC AAP Holiday Wishes & Year in Review

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The DC AAP Board of Directors would like to wish our valued members a very happy holiday season!

On behalf of the children and families in and around Washington, DC, thank you for all that you do!  Our chapter has had a successful year of advocating for the health and well-being of children and providing you with quality educational seminars. 

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Calling All Residents and Recent Grads… Tell Us What You Need!

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DC AAP’s Young Physicians Committee is very interested in learning about the needs and interests of current residents and recent grads in order to better support young members and provide beneficial programming. To that end we’re conducting a survey and your input would be greatly appreciated.  Please take a few minutes to complete our short 10 question survey.

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Want to Get Involved? Join the DC AAP School Health Committee

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The DC AAP Committee on School Health is looking for members to help advocate for improved child health in working with our schools.  We welcome medical student, resident, fellow, and attending physician engagement.  We also welcome any physician parents, as you bring a unique, personalized voice to the work we do.

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DC AAP Post-Election Statement

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Dear DC AAP Members,

The DC Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics is not a partisan or political organization, but in the wake of a deeply divisive presidential election, we believe it is imperative to tell you where we, not only as a Chapter, but as pediatricians stand. Simply put, we aim to improve the well-being of all the children in the District and beyond.

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