The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has published a guide for medical personnel who suspect measles, including clinical protocols ... READ MORE
Newborns and Infants Exposed to Opioids and their Mothers: Call for Focus Group and Interview Participants
CALL FOR FOCUS GROUP AND INTERVIEW PARTICIPANTS The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) seeks to improve the quality of care ... READ MORE
The following is from a statement on 6/4/2019 from the American Academy of Pediatrics. "Today, the U.S. House of Representatives ... READ MORE
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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!
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Programs & Education
WIAAP stays up-to-date on important topics in pediatrics and provides ways to share best practices and resources with our members.
Latest News: We’re bringing together pediatricians from Wisconsin and Illinois through a self-directed QI program to improve HPV immunization rates in clinics and communities. HPV QI project registration is closed but stay-tuned after September for self-directed online access to the same program and credits. Read about our QI programs.
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!