This project aims to enhance our Chapter’s outreach to Chapter 1 AAP members about the ACES AWARE initiative by augmenting our staffing and expertise in the area of toxic stress and its effects upon child health and development.
ASHEW is a dynamic one-year quality improvement learning collaborative to provide practices with the strategies, tools, and resources needed to develop systems and processes for identifying and managing social determinants of health and resilience in primary care practice.
This program aims to dispel misinformation about the public charge rule through a two-pronged approach that creates accurate resources with current and periodically updated information for 1) physicians and 2) immigrant families and advocates.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we’ve all been puzzling through making changes to our patient care practices in order to provide the safest effective care for the families we serve. This initiative fosters collaboration and conversation between pediatricians on how to best respond to COVID-related concerns in our practice.