The American Academy of Pediatrics is presenting its conference this year in Washington D.C. from October 24-27, 2015 (CME offered: 49.75)
. The conference is open to physicians, surgical/non-surgical healthcare professionals, hospitalists and anyone who provides medical care to infants and young adults. This year’s conference is filled with global networking opportunities and more than 350 sessions that include educational keynote speakers, plenary sessions, novel and informative exhibits and Q&A interactive discussions.
This year, the conference not only promises to provide educational opportunities in variable topics related to pediatrics. But it also emphasizes the latest trends, best practices, new technology, resources and innovations related to pediatric healthcare.
AAP was founded in 1930 by pediatricians to serve as an independent forum to address children’s health needs. Their mission is to attain physical, mental, social safetyand the wellbeing of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Today, the Academy has more than 64,000 members. This meeting is expected to connect more than 5,000 pediatricians and expert faculty from across the world. Attendees will include: Sandra Hassink, MD, FAAP (AAP President); Fernando Stein, MD, FCCM, FAAP(President-Elect Candidate); Lynda Young, MD, FAAP(President-Elect Candidate); Julia McMillan, MD, FAAP; Francis Collins, MD, PhD; Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, MD, MBA; Thomas Frieden, MD,MPH and the Keynote address by Cokie Roberts.
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