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DC AAP Immigrant Health Committee Survey

The DC AAP Immigrant Health Committee is planning a regional workshop for Spring 2017 to address common mental health concerns of immigrant children, to provide strategies for pediatricians, and to allow conversations with community partners including our school, mental health and legal colleagues.  This collaboration can lead to more effective advocacy on behalf of immigrant children for improved care and resources.


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Learning Community: Phase II of Pediatric Growth and Endocrinology ECHO

Join your colleagues in learning more about pediatric growth & endocrinology by enrolling in an innovative telementoring model of health care education. This model, Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes (ECHO), is an evidence-based model to expand primary care capacity to deliver state-of-the-art care for common, chronic diseases in vulnerable, underserved communities.


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

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DC AAP Testifies at DC Council Hearing on Federal Immigration Raids


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.


DC AAP Holiday Wishes & Year in Review


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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