FCAAP Projects

FCAAP is engaged in a variety of grant projects throughout the year with the help and leadership of its Committees, Task Forces, and members. Below is a list of current, recently concluded (w/in 2 months), and pending grant projects. Details on learning opportunities associated with projects can be found on the FCAAP Member Resources page.

For more information on how to get involved or to start a new project, please contact Alicia E. Adams, FCAAP Executive Director, at aadams@fcaap.org.

Project FirstLine

Status: Current

Primary Leaders: IPC AMBASSADORS DRS. ALLISON MESSINA AND IVAN GONZALEZ
Associated Committee: Emerging Infections

Focus: Project Firstline is the CDC’s National Training Collaborative for Healthcare Infection Control. Thanks to support from the National AAP, FCAAP is offering an Infection Prevention and Control Quality Improvement opportunity for pediatric practices in Florida. The program will include a cohort of practices from around the state, offering CME, MOC2, and MOC4 credits, as well as financial incentives for all participants. The program will run January 2023 through July 2023. Registration is still open. Apply here to participate.

HP2030

Status: Current

Primary Leader: Dr. Claudia Gaviria
Associated Committee: Immunization

Focus: To increase influenza vaccination rates in the pediatric population (age 6 months – 18 years old) and to reduce vaccine hesitancy in caregivers at two University of South Florida associated clinics through direct educational intervention.

Patient Centered Medical Home Transition

Thanks to funding provided by Sunshine Health, FCAAP continues to provide the Patient Centered Medical Home Transition Program to its members, providing resources to help FCAAP members achieve PCMH recognition.

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