43rd Annual Marty Sklaire Back to Basics School Health Conference, March 22.
Committed to CT Children
The Connecticut Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics has over 600 active members committed to improving the health and safety of Connecticut's children and supporting those who provide them care.
Mission of the CT-AAP
To improve optimal, physical, mental, social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults in Connecticut.
CT-AAP has developed a comprehensive, reliable COVID-19 resource for Pediatricians, with information updated as it becomes available.
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Free Enduring CME Series!
CT-AAP, in partnership with the OKAAP (OK) and MC-AAP (MA), has developed a 4-part infection prevention webinar series for physician practices based on CDC’s Project Firstline. Take advantage of this FREE series now!
COVID-19 Videos from AAP
COVID-19 Vaccine Now Available for Children 5-11
The COVID-19 vaccine is now available for children ages 5-11, but some parents are still unsure if it is safe to get their child vaccinated. We wanted to share some…Read More
Quick QI HPV Project set for January 2022
Quick QI HPV Project set for January 2022 CT-AAP is recruiting now for an HPV QI project. The good news: this is a “Quick QI” project, which means targeted QI…Read More
When you Should and Shouldn't Take Your Child to the Emergency Department
A Special Message to Parents...
When your child is ill or injured it is very difficult to decide if/when to call your child’s pediatrician or go to the Emergency Department (+/- call 911). During the COVID-19 epidemic and social distancing, this decision is even more challenging.
Here is some guidance to parents/caregivers from pediatric emergency medicine specialty providers:
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