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Check out Photos and Videos from our 2015 Hot Topics in Pediatrics Conference!

From poverty to mental health to abuse, check out slides, resources and videos from pediatric experts across the state covering a range of pediatric health topics.

Interested in earning free CME for watching these videos? Email to be alerted when the remaining videos and accompanying instructions are posted on the MNAAP website. (Only MNAAP members are eligible for free CME; non-members will be charged a fee.)


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Minnesota Pediatrician: Summer 2015

From information about Minnesota's medical cannabis program to FAQs on child abuse, get a sneak peek at the latest pediatric news and upcoming events in MNAAP's quarterly newsletter Minnesota Pediatrician, now posted online.

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Got a Passion? Join a Work Group!

Mental health 
Increase accessibility of mental health services.

Child safety and maltreatment

Prevent accidental or intentional deaths and injuries.

Health disparities and poverty 

Address issues linked to poor health outcomes for low-income or at-risk children and their families.


Promote vaccine safety and efficacy.

Work groups meet by conference call every 1-2 months and you can participate as your schedule allows. If you are interested or would like more information, contact



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Newborn Hearing Screening Intervention Resources

In Minnesota alone, approximately one in 300 newborns is born with a hearing loss that can be identified through newborn hearing screening. Pediatric primary care providers can and should play a major role in the care of infants who do not pass their newborn hearing screen.

The CDC and AAP have teamed up to develop a new resource for pediatric clinicians, which is featured on the CDC web page, outlining the crucial role that pediatric clinicians play in identifying and providing timely interventions for children who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing (D/HH).


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Newborn Screening Webinars

The Minnesota Department of Health has designed a new parent handout to help educate parents about newborn screening and their options after screening. 

To learn how to use the handout and ensure you have all the information you need to answer questions about parental options after screening, consider attending one of the following free educational webinars:

Thursday, June 18, 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Thursday, June 18, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 23, 7:30-8:30 a.m.

Tuesday, June 23, 12:30-1:30 p.m.

For questions or more information, contact Amy Gaviglio at



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Need MOC 4 Part 4 Credit in 2015?

Looking for a fast, easy way to complete your MOC Part 4 requirement? MNAAP is sponsoring two web-based quality improvement programs that satisfy MOC Part 4 requirements. They're fast, straightforward and discounted to just $99 for chapter members.

Health Care Home/Medical Home: Patient Registry, Care Plans and Clinic Quality Team

Pediatric Obesity: Increase Documentation of BMI and Overweight/Obesity Action Plans

Visit or email with questions.

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