We serve Wisconsin children, families and their clinicians through health advocacy.
Reframing the Conversation about Child and Adolescent Vaccinations
The FrameWorks Institute’s recent report, “Reframing the Conversation about Child and Adolescent Vaccinations,” is a brief that provides... READ MORE
2023 Advocacy Day: Early Childhood Health & Well-Being
Advocacy: Making Real Change - Register Now Optimal physical, mental, social and emotional health of our... READ MORE
“Doctor to Doctor: A Pediatric Mental Health Podcast” Now Available
As part of a new initiative to support and broaden mental health awareness for primary care clinicians, the Wisconsin... READ MORE
DHS Provides Updates During National Infant Formula Shortage
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has issued a media release today with updated information regarding the ongoing... READ MORE
Join WIAAP, Get Involved, Take Action
Pediatricians from across Wisconsin have joined the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics for many reasons including professional development, statewide networking, and an opportunity to serve Wisconsin’s children on a larger scale. Press play to learn more!
WIAAP Advocates for Wisconsin’s Children
Enable pediatricians to continue to be the most effective providers of healthcare to children
Programs & Education
WIAAP stays up-to-date on important topics in pediatrics and provides ways to share best practices and resources with our members.
In collaboration with the Illinois Chapter of the AAP (ICAAP), brought invited pediatricians Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska into a self-directed QI program to improve HPV immunization rates in clinics and communities. Results have just been published! Read about all of our QI programs.
If you missed it the first time around, check the ICAAP website for instructions on taking the course virtually for enduring CME and MOV Part IV.
Meet Dr. Moo
Meet the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatric’s official “Spokescow.” Dr. Moo dutifully attends every WIAAP event, interacting with pediatric care professionals, medical students, and legislators alike, to help spread education and advocacy for Wisconsin’s children. Follow Dr. Moo on twitter (@DrMoo4Kids) to stay up-to-date on important WIAAP updates!