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The 2019 CATCH call for proposals

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The 2019 CATCH call for proposals

 
Refugee Child Separation

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Published October 7, 2018
Get your absentee ballot

Get your absentee ballot

Published September 24, 2018
The 2019 CATCH call for proposals

The 2019 CATCH call for proposals

Published July 2, 2018
Refugee Child Separation

Refugee Child Separation

Published June 26, 2018
Panda Pediatrics Earns Breastfeeding Designation

Panda Pediatrics Earns Breastfeeding Designation

Published June 18, 2018
Safe Medication Disposal

Safe Medication Disposal

Published June 1, 2018

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October 7, 2018 No Comments

Thank you to all the presenters, attendees, sponsors and exhibitors who made Fall Progress in Pediatrics possible! We hope to see you all in Salina next April.

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Get your absentee ballot

September 24, 2018 No Comments

If you are attending AAP’s National Conference and Exhibition this year or if you will be absent for any other reason, register for an absentee ballot now. It takes two minutes and will ensure your vote counts! Click here to sign up for a Kansas absentee ballot  

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The 2019 CATCH call for proposals

July 2, 2018 No Comments

Visit the CATCH Grants webpage for information and application guidelines.  Application deadline is July 31 at 12 PM CT. In addition to our general call for proposals, CATCH partners with the following groups to support pediatricians and pediatric residents conducting community-based projects that advance child health and well-being. Council on Community Pediatrics (COCP) Council on Environmental Health (COEH) Section […]

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Refugee Child Separation

June 26, 2018 No Comments

KAAP has been actively monitoring the situation of refugee children who were separated from their parents at our southern border. Board member Kelly Kreisler, MD, FAAP works with refugees regularly in her practice.  She has written an op-ed for the Kansas City Star and has done a television interview to bring awareness to the detrimental […]

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Panda Pediatrics Earns Breastfeeding Designation

June 18, 2018 No Comments

Congratulations to Panda Pediatrics in Lawrence for earning a 4 Star Kansas Breastfeeding Friendly Practice Designation.  While earning the designation the clinic worked to make policies and environmental changes supportive of breastfeeding. Staff was educated on how to best encourage mothers to reach their breastfeeding goals, and what kind of community support is available when […]

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Safe Medication Disposal

June 1, 2018 No Comments

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas, Walgreens Partner to expand the number of safe medication disposal kiosks available to Kansans. 14 Kiosks in 12 Kansas Communities Make Disposing of Unwanted Medications More Convenient, Accessible. Click here for more information and locations

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More Children Staying Home Alone During Summer Break

May 31, 2018 No Comments

State offers tips on when it’s safe for kids to be without adult supervision. Child Home Alone Release 5.22.18

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Fall 2018 PIP Meeting!

May 9, 2018 No Comments

Join us October 4-5 for the KAAP CME meeting, Progress in Pediatrics (PIP) – Fall 2018. Drury Plaza Inn, Wichita, KS Click here for registration and details!

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April 27, 2018 No Comments

Thank you to all the presenters, attendees, sponsors and exhibitors who made Spring Progress in Pediatrics possible! We hope to see you all in Wichita this October.

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JUULing: What Pediatricians and Families Need to Know

April 9, 2018 No Comments

JUUL’s rising popularity among youth raises significant concerns for pediatric health. The AAP Richmond Center has released a new fact sheet for clinicians and families about JUUL e-cigarettes and “juuling.” The link is below. AAP JUUL Factsheet (pdf)

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Thank you to all the presenters, attendees, sponsors and exhibitors who made Fall Progress in Pediatrics possible! We hope...

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