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Seen and Heard: AAP members featured in the media :

November 25, 2015

Space restrictions prohibit listing everyone.

 

Andrew R. Adesman, M.D., FAAP, U.S. News & World Report, need for medical and behavioral services for children in foster care who have attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

Samantha Ahdoot, M.D., FAAP, CBS News, the Guardian and other print and broadcast outlets, new AAP policy statement on climate change and children’s health.

Ari Brown, M.D., FAAP, CNN, Wall Street Journal,AAP media use guidelines.

Mona Hanna-Attisha, M.D., M.P.H., FAAP, USA Today, toxic lead levels in Flint, Mich., water supply.

Sandra G. Hassink, M.D., M.S., FAAP, AAP president, New York Times, importance of healthy school meals.

David L. Hill, M.D., FAAP, U.S. News & World Report, Yahoo! News, guidance for parents on media use among children under age 2.

Gregory L. Landry, M.D., FAAP, and William P. Meehan, M.D., FAAP, Forbes, “ABC World News Tonight” and many other print and broadcast outlets, new AAP policy statement on tackling in youth football.

Kathleen A. Neville, M.D., FAAP, New York Times, Food and Drug Administration approval of OxyContin to treat severe pain in some children.

Sarah Jane Schwarzenberg, M.D., FAAP, NPR, New York Times, Atlantic, new AAP policy statement on food insecurity.

Janet F. Williams, M.D., FAAP, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, CBS News, CNN, preventing fetal alcohol syndrome.

Karen M. Wilson, M.D., FAAP, Boston Globe, Time, CNN and many other print and broadcast outlets, new AAP policy statements on protecting children from exposure to tobacco, nicotine and e-cigarettes.

Submit items for consideration to Debbie Jacobson at djacobson@aap.org. To qualify for inclusion, you must be listed as a FAAP or member of the Academy in the print or broadcast segment.

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