The Future of Pediatric Practice (FPP), FCAAP’s annual conference, is celebrating ten years this Fall – and there’s more to FPP than CME sessions!
The Future of Pediatric Practice is the annual conference of the Florida Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics. Hosted over Labor Day weekend each year, the conference attracts pediatric health care professionals from around the state of Florida and across the country. Join us this fall as we celebrate 10 years of education, networking, and fun at FPP!
FCAAP members are invited to participate in the Chapter’s 2023 Virtual Legislative Advocacy Training Program, consisting of three important virtual training courses that will provide an overview of the legislative process and discussion of legislative issues impacting children’s healthcare in Florida including health equity and vaccinations.
Florida is experiencing an unprecedented meningitis outbreak. Join FCAAP and the Meningitis B Action Project on July 27 from 12:30 p.m.–1:30 p.m. ET via Zoom for a free webinar, “Meningitis in Florida: Understanding the Growing Outbreak and How You Can Help.”
The FCAAP E-Cigarette Task Force is happy to announce, “Facing the Fumes: Best Practices in Supporting Youth Vaping Cessation.” The free webinar, to be held May 23 from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. ET via ZOOM, will provide pediatricians and pediatric practitioners with the latest information about the scourge of e-cigarette use among children and adolescents.
Join FCAAP for a free webinar dedicated to examining the response to COVID-19. Topics include COVID-19 epidemiology, COVID-19 mitigation strategies, and the risks and benefits of COVID-19 vaccines for children.
Registration for The Future of Pediatric Practice 2022 is now open! The Future of Pediatric Practice (FPP) is the annual conference of the Florida Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics. Hosted over Labor Day weekend each year, the conference attracts pediatric health care professionals from around the state of Florida and across the country.
Enduring CME credits are now available for FCAAP’s Infection Prevention and Control Virtual Conference. The five and half hour event consists of four learning sessions using the CDC Project Firstline curriculum materials. Project Firstline aims to provide foundational and practical knowledge to all healthcare personnel and targeted components of the public health workforce.
The Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (FCAAP) is hosting an Infection Prevention and Control virtual conference on Saturday, July 17, 2021, from 10:00am ET (9:00am CT) – 3:30pm ET (2:30pm CT). The five and half hour event will consist of four...
After a year of the unexpected, we are excited to bring back one of FCAAP’s most anticipated events – The Future of Pediatric Practice annual conference! Although this year’s conference will look somewhat different than previous years due to enhanced safety and health measures, we are confident that you will have an exceptional experience whether attending in-person or virtually.