District of Columbia Chapter American academy of pediatrics

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The DC Chapter of AAP is dedicated to promoting the optimal health and development of children and adolescents of Washington, D.C. in partnership with their families and communities, and to support the pediatricians who care for them.

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 Immigrant Child Health Toolkit

The Immigrant Child Health Toolkit was created by the members of the Immigrant Child Health Committee of the DC Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. It is intended for use by medical providers caring for recently arrived immigrant children in their practice. We hope that this toolkit will be a valuable resource both during and around a patient’s medical visit.

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Child & Adolescent Mental Health Resource Guide

This searchable resource guide contains over 300 community mental health resources throughout the DMV. Users can apply filters specific to insurance and service type (e.g., perinatal mental health, early childhood, family supports) to generate a list of potential resources for families. 

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Child & Supporting Your Child’s Development Parent Handout

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Practical Care of the Adolescent & Young Adult Course

Practical Care of the Adolescent & Young Adult Course

February 20-23 at the Hyatt Regency Phoenix, AZ. Three weeks left to register for early bird rates. The Practical Care of the Adolescent & Young Adult Course will provide attendees with a state-of-the-art review of...


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The Hill features article written by DC AAP Vice Chair, Ankoor Shah

SOURCE: http://thehill.com By Dr. Ankoor Y. Shah - 01/26/17 07:15 AM EST As I ended my day a couple weeks ago in my Southeast D.C. pediatrics clinic, I noticed my last patient was a 16-year-old for an asthma follow up visit. Before walking in, I reviewed her medical...

AAP: Teen access to abortion care is a right

SOURCE: http://www.mdedge.com Publish date: January 23, 2017 By: Whitney McKnight Frontline Medical News Confidentiality and access to timely, appropriate medical care are the rights of adolescents seeking to terminate a pregnancy, according to an updated policy...

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American Academy of Pediatrics
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P.O. Box 4521
Washington, D.C. 20017

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