WIAAP Fall Conference
Best Practices: Adolescent Health in Primary Care

Join us for an exciting event focused on Adolescent Health in Primary Care, on Friday, September 29, 2023. We are thrilled to invite primary care clinicians to come together and explore the latest advancements in providing comprehensive healthcare to adolescents.

The event will be held at Waukesha County Technical College, 800 Main Street in Pewaukee. This convenient location offers a state-of-the-art, comfortable, and accessible space for engaging discussions, interactive workshops, and networking opportunities with others providing care for teens.


Discover the best practices in adolescent health and gain valuable insights from renowned experts in the field. The diverse range of topics on our tentative agenda will cover adolescent health topics including:

Digital Media & Teen Health

Ellen Selkie, MD, MPH, FAAP, UW Madison School of Medicine & Public Health

Eating Disorder Medical Management: Food for Thought

Paula Cody, MD, MPH, FAAP, UW Madison School of Medicine & Public Health

Pediatric Substance Use: To Screen or Not to Screen, That is the Question

Lucien Gonzalez, MD, MS, FAAP, UNC Chapel Hill School of Medicine

Screening for Suicide Risk and Brief Intervention in the Pediatric Primary Care Setting

Jeff Bridge, PhD, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH

Pediatric Gender Affirming Care: A Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Session

Britt Allen, MD, FAAP, UW School of Medicine & Public Health

Common Gynecological Concerns & Contraception for Pediatrics

Elizabeth Hovel, MD, MPH, FAAP and Seema Menon, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin & Children’s Wisconsin, Milwaukee

Transitioning from Learning to Practice: Better Care for Teens

Blaise Nemeth, MD, FAAP, UW Madison School of Medicine & Public Health

Discover all the benefits our member clinicians see from being a part of the Wisconsin chapter

School Health Forum – Archive Session

WIAAP and key stakeholders explore how to improve relationship, communication, and quality of care for all students in every setting.

About this event:

Take action to improve how school health and primary best support students – together! We covered:

  • The current state of the state and the need for meaningful intersection between school health and primary care
  • Prioritizing evidence-based school health through school nurses, school counselors and collaborating with medical advisors
  • Effects of COVID and mental health of students and staff
  • Advocacy roles: aligning resources and data-driven solutions