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Investing in Colorado’s Future

Advocate

Advance the interests of Colorado infants, children, and adolescents through ADVOCACY at the State Capitol and in Washington, D.C.

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Educate

Ensure the highest quality patient care through EDUCATION of pediatricians, residents, and medical students.

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Connect

Promote optimal physician well-being and career stamina through PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and NETWORKING opportunities.

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Membership

Membership opportunities are available to pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists and pediatric surgical specialists. American Academy of Pediatrics – Colorado Chapter (AAP-CO) provides an array of benefits and services to keep you up-to-date and informed and is the only organization that supports you through all four phases of maintenance of certification. As a member, you can be a voice for children and pediatrics.

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Updates & Events

Ann M. Logan Lecture on Early Childhood Development

April 4

Innovations in Primary Care: Relational, Developmental and Sustainable Approaches to Children and Families

Lecture to be delivered by Dr. Colleen Kraft, President-elect, American Academy of Pediatrics

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Colorado Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Society and AAP-Colorado Spring Event – Transgender Health

April 8
Transgender Health: What EVERY health professional needs to know, co-sponsored by: Colorado Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Society (CCAPS) and American Academy of Pediatrics – Colorado Chapter (AAP-CO)

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AAP-Colorado Spring Conference – Social Determinants of Health: What Can We Do?

April 22
Research shows that adverse early childhood experiences (ACEs) influence a child’s long-term physical and mental health, cognitive development and academic and social success. Our conference will provide strategies for recognizing and addressing ACEs in the primary care setting, for pediatricians, family practitioners, and other health professionals caring for children.

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