Welcome

Welcome to the homepage of New York Chapter 1 of the American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP New York Chapter 1 represents pediatricians in the 50 counties of upstate New York. The population in these counties consists of 6,286,792 residents (2000 census; 33% of the state population) with ~1020 pediatricians and pediatric specialists to serve the ~1,571,700 children and teens less than 19 years old, and 72,935 births in the Chapter each year.
August 6, 2018
Our August e-newsletter is out! 
AAP NY 1 In Action - August 2018

AAP President-Elect Candidate Videos

Dr. Sara "Sally" H. Goza
Dr. George C. Phillips
Elections webpage

July 16, 2018
MEIPASS Open for 2017 Meaningful Use Attestations

MEIPASS is now open for Payment Year 2017 Modified Stage 2 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU) attestations! For Payment Year 2017 the full attestation can be completed within MEIPASS.

1. Attest in MEIPASS
2. Deadline to attest in MEIPASS for Payment Year 2017 MU is 10/15/018

Visit MEIPASS to begin your MU Attestation.



  Navigating LGBT Adolescent Health for the Healthcare Provider - Health Professions Seminar Registration Deadline is July 2

Offered by Catskill Hudson AHEC
8:00AM-4:00PM, Marist College, Poughkeepsie, NY 

  • Registration fee: $95.00
  • Register through Eventbrite at https://navigatinglgbthealth.eventbrite.com
  • Registration is non-refundable.
  • Registration deadline is July 2, 2018 and registration is limited. 

    For general questions, please contact Kathy Doyle at kdoyle@chahec.org or (845) 883-7260 
     
                   
Providing Adolescent Sexual Health in Pediatric Primary Care will be held on September 14 at Monroe Golf Club in Pittsford, NY. This NY Chapter 1 CME training day will include topics on human trafficking,transgender health, HIV PrEP, STI cases, and simple office changes to improve chlamydia screening and HPV immunization. See flyer for more information.
Cost: After the first 40 people registered, we will charge $50 per person. 
Register: http://courses.nnptc.org/class_information.html?id=2272 

June 5, 2018

The NYS Workers’ Compensation Board will be hosting new Paid Family Leave informational webinars for health care providers. The new webinars provide an overview of the benefit, review the health care provider’s role in medical certification (including who can certify leave and which conditions qualify), and address top questions from providers.

Register Here:

Space is limited, so please register soon. When you click 'Register here', you will be taken to a general information page. You must click 'Register' on the bottom of that page to sign up.

Additional sessions will be scheduled as needed.

Resources Available to You
Complete details and resources for health care providers are available at ny.gov/PaidFamilyLeave, including request forms, downloadable guides, and more. You can also call the Paid Family Leave Helpline at (844) 337-6303, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. for more information or assistance.





June 5, 2018
Fact Sheet: Potentially Toxic Chemicals in Personal Care Products
May 31, 2018

New TEACH (CAPPC) trainings: 

Children’s Mental Health for Primary Care Providers, will take place in Buffalo on June 10-11, in Albany on June 22-23, and in New York City on June 24-25. You can see more information about each training below and on the live training page of the Project TEACH website

 

Below are links to the regional trainings with a link to each registration location.

Sunday-Monday, June 10-11

Hotel Henry

444 Forest Avenue, corner of Rockwell Road and Cleveland Circle

Buffalo, NY 14213

To register: https://projectteachny.org/live-training/region-1/

Friday-Saturday, June 22-23

Albany Marriott

To register: https://projectteachny.org/live-training/region-2/

Sunday-Monday, June 24-25

Lotte New York Palace Hotel

455 Madison Avenue at 50th Street

New York, NY 10022

To register: https://projectteachny.org/live-training/region-3/


May 24, 2018

The NYS AAP, representing almost 5,000 pediatricians across the state enthusiastically supports A.00563/S.04392 as a focused child safety component of NYS’s gun control efforts.


May 24, 2018

The NYS AAP, representing more than 5,000 pediatricians across the state strongly supports A. 9950/S. 08774 eliminating the current barrier to nurses in attendance at a healthy birth to admit a healthy newborn to the regular nursery will streamline care of newborns and will in no way impact quality of care.





April 24, 2018

Become an Advocate for MenB Awareness and Vaccination





March 29, 2018

Clean & Healthy New York's Workshop and Advocacy Day is April 24, 2018 at the Capitol. Register here.



March 29, 2018

The Safe Baby Products Guide, a new FREE online tool to help parents, families and friends keep children safe from harmful chemicals in baby products Click for more info.



March 19, 2018

Our March e-newsletter is available: AAP In Action - March 2018



March 7, 2018

Full and Part-Time Pediatricians Needed for Webster, NY Practice

Well-established pediatric office seeking both full and part-time pediatricians to join our Webster, NY practice. Our office is located in a beautiful, newly built office space. The practice is state-of-the-art, and the Epic EMR system allows access to all local hospitals. Serving a diverse suburban community affords for a stable population and promotes positive experiences for both the patients and the well-trained staff. 

Full time is 4 days a week. Weekend rotation is 1 in 4. Night call by service. 

Profit sharing plan and Insurance benefits are available. 

Contact: Terri Brumm, LPN, CMOM, Office Manager, Portland Pediatric Group, LLP, Phone: 585-342-5665, Fax: 585-342-2345, Website: http://www.ppgkids.com


March 2, 2018

February 6, 2018

Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children and Adolescents Aged 18 Years or Younger — United States, 2018




AACAP’s 2018 Pediatric Psychopharmacology Update Institute (PPUI)
Cutting-Edge Psychopharmacology: Fads vs. Facts? is being held on January 26-27, 2018  at the NY Marriot in Brooklyn, NY. More info.



November 8, 2017

Welcome to the inaugural issue of AAP NY 1 e-news! Click here to view.



October 10, 2017

There's still time to register for the REACH Mini-Fellowship in Child Mental Health for November 5-6 for Downstate PCPs (at Columbia) and December 1-2 for Upstate PCPs (at Syracuse).  Please note that there is no cost to PCPs! Thank you OMH!  Sign up HERE





October 10, 2017

The website www.understood.org represents the efforts of 15 nonprofit organizations that have joined forces to “support parents of the one in five children with learning and attention issues throughout their journey”. The website is full of down to earth, practical advice about a wide range of topics related to learning disabilities, ADHD, executive functioning and behavioral concerns. The site includes an online parent support section that allows for geographic matching to “find parents who share your interests and concerns”.



July 10, 2017

Breastfeeding Grand Rounds: The Impact of Social and Cultural Values on Breastfeeding Practices and Strategies to Address Disparities” will air on August 3rd, 2017 from 8:30 AM – 10:30 AM. This webcast is intended for healthcare professionals and paraprofessionals, and will offer CME, CNE, CHES, LCERP or general continuing education credits. For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.albany.edu/sph/cphce/bfgr.shtml.





January 24, 2017


CDC approves 2-dose HPV vaccine schedule for adolescents who initiate the series prior to the 15th birthday.





January 11, 2017

Webinar
 - Mumps: A Primer for Providers, Wed., Jan. 11, 2017. Dr. Howard Zucker, Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health, will cover a variety of topics related to mumps including: pathogenesis and clinical features, transmission, laboratory testing, required reporting, vaccine recommendations, control measures, recent mumps cases and outbreaks seen in both the US and NYS and the use of a 3rd MMR in outbreak settings. Registration is limited. See flyer for info.



January 10, 2017

AAP Emphasizes Safety and Importance of Vaccines

In response to news reports today suggesting a possible new federal commission on immunizations, the American Academy of Pediatrics reiterates that vaccines protect children's health and save lives. They prevent life-threatening diseases, including forms of cancer. Vaccines have been part of the fabric of our society for decades and are the most significant medical innovation of our time.

January 5, 2017

AAP Offers Tips for Parents in New Monthly PSAs

The AAP is launching a series of monthly public service announcements to help parents with the task of raising kids. Pediatricians offer warm, practical advice for some of the most common challenges parents face: 

·         How can I get my baby to sleep?

·         How much screen time is healthy for my teenager?

·         We are so busy! What’s a quick way to connect with my kids?

Each PSA is 30 seconds in length and is hosted by a pediatrician. A series of 12 PSAs will be offered for the calendar year 2017. You can preview and download the spots from our multimedia site http://dnr.vnr1.com/2016/11/22/AAP_1Qtr2017_PSAs/

The featured PSA for January is "Healthy Media Use for Kids." For more information, contact the AAP Department of Public Affairs at commun@aap.org or 847-434-7877.



Video Resources for Sexual Abuse

The Connect To Protect Tampa Bay coalition recently developed a video on sexual abuse. Its broad target audience includes anyone who works with children.  The video is about ten minutes long, and overviews the epidemiology, signs/symptoms, and reporting of abuse.  Please feel free to use this at your discretion. We do request that if you use it, please contact Rachel Stuart @ rstewar2@health.usf.edu as we can record it for the grant.

Video link:  http://c2p.health.usf.edu

Regards,

Diane M. Straub, MD, MPH
Chief, Division of Adolescent Medicine
Associate Professor of Pediatrics
University of South Florida

 
Immunization Videos

  

 
Distracted Driving Toolkit









With support from the Allstate Foundation, The American Academy of Pediatrics NYS Chapter 1 has developed a toolkit that can be shared to warn about the dangers of texting while driving.

The kit includes:

  • sobering facts about the rate and impact of distracted driving
  • NYS texting and driving laws
  • parent-teen driving contracts
  • cell phone app aimed at curbing texting while driving

    Click here to download materials.
 
 

Gerald Lauria, MD (left) and Joseph Domachowske, MD (right) on a recent mission trip to El Salvador. Dr. Domachowske ran a clinic in the community of Rancho Grande. This was the 11th mission trip for Dr. Domachowske over the past nine years. Dr. Lauria was caring for patients in Los Naranjos, a region of San Vincent.

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