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Annual Reports

Being a Patient Will Make Her a Better Doctor

The third annual Stockman Lecture, a plenary address at the American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) National Conference & Exhibition, was not delivered by an experienced pediatrician with decades of wisdom to share. Instead, the presentation was given by a second year medical student, living with a chronic medical condition. She shared her insights from “both sides of the bed” with more than 3,000 pediatricians gathered in San Francisco on Oct. 22. Samantha “Sami” Kennedy was diagnosed at age 14 with ulcerative colitis.

Bringing Parents into Conversation Changes Everything

“Parents bring a new level of energy to the committees on which they serve and have provided the ABP with closer links to the powerful work being done by collaborative networks,” says Christopher Cunha, MD, a general pediatrician in Crestview Hills, Kentucky, and 2016 Chair of the ABP Board of Directors.

 

There’s a saying among parents of children with chronic conditions—“Nothing about me without me.”

ABP Releases 2015 Annual Report

The 2015 Annual Report from the American Board of Pediatrics is now available. It features:

  • a recap of the Future of Testing Conference
  • information on the pilot MOC Part 3 Exam
  • news on expanding MOC credit pathways
  • an update on collaboratives
  • and more.

To read the Annual Report, click the link below:

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ABP Releases 2014 Annual Report

The 2014 Annual Report from the American Board of Pediatrics is now available. It features:

  • Information on Maintenance of Certification,
  • Pediatricians who are improving care,
  • New ways to earn MOC credit,
  • The 2014 Paul V. Miles Fellows,
  • and more.

To read the Annual Report, click the link below:

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