Calling all young physician leaders
Apply for the 2019-’21 Young Physicians Leadership Alliance (YPLA) class. The three-year training program cultivates leadership skills and a network for selected early career pediatricians and pediatric subspecialists.
Through interactive forums and small group coaching, participants explore their leadership capacity and learn about leadership principles, behaviors and tools that can help them achieve personal and professional goals.
To apply, you must be a member of the AAP and the Section on Early Career Physicians. Attendance is required at each YPLA session at the AAP National Conference & Exhibition over the next three years. Those selected must register for the National Conference, but there is no additional cost for the YPLA session. Participants also must attend up to five additional webinars and bi-monthly coaching calls throughout the year.
Apply by April 8 at http://bit.ly/2ViH69l. All applicants will receive notification of acceptance status.
Pediatric Life and Career Experience Study
The Academy is recruiting a new cohort of young pediatricians for the Pediatric Life and Career Experience Study (PLACES), an ongoing longitudinal study.
Pediatricians who graduated from residency between 2016 and 2018 have been selected to participate in the new cohort via a scientific process. Participants provide annual updates on core issues such as career satisfaction, work-life balance, work environment, daily stressors and life changes. Each year, they also complete a shorter survey that focuses on one priority topic that participants identify as important. Those who have received recruitment materials are encouraged to join. Questions? Visit www.aap.org/places or email email@example.com.
Health IT conference
The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Conference & Exhibition will be held Feb. 11-15 in Orlando, Fla. AAP members receive a registration discount. Visit http://www.himssconference.org/register, select “AAP” from the “Conference Endorsing Organizations” drop-down and enter COLLABH19.