Your Voice Has Been Heard – Ohio’s Children Thank You!

Over the past six months, your voices have resonated as advocates for child health at the state and federal level. The Ohio Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics (Ohio AAP) sincerely appreciates your tireless commitment and collective engagement, including things such as: responding to calls to action by making phone calls, sending emails, tweeting and writing letters on numerous emergent issues.

Pediatricians advocating for children is needed now more than ever and the Ohio AAP is providing a great opportunity to learn more about state and federal advocacy for child health at Annual Meeting 2017.

On Friday, October 27, 2017, Mark Del Monte, JD, the Chief Deputy and Senior Vice President of Advocacy and External Affairs at the American Academy of Pediatrics will provide a keynote address on advocacy. He will discuss how pediatricians and other pediatric health care providers play an important role in speaking for children, promoting the health and well-being of all children, and addressing the challenges that many children and families face.  Learn how to advocate for optimal child health outcomes that include:

  • Affordable Care Act
  • CHIP
  • Medicaid
  • Drug Pricing
  • Opioids and Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Ohio AAP’s Annual Meeting 2017 is a two-day conference that includes the opportunity to earn up to 40 points of MOC Part II, a new hospitalist track and an important panel discussion on the opiate crisis in Ohio. You can also network with pediatricians in Ohio and learn about the many opportunities at the Ohio AAP to earn MOC Part IV.

Register Today!

NOTE: The special hotel rate just for Ohio AAP Annual Meeting attendees has been extended to October 6!Click here for details!

Contact Elizabeth Dawson at 614-846-6258 or at if you have any questions.

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