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Dr. Marcia Griffin, a member of the AAP Council on Community Pediatrics, is named one of 30 clinicians “Making a Difference” by the Migrant Clinicians Network. Dr. Griffin is celebrated for her advocacy for immigrant children and families on the Texas border.


The AAP Council of Community Pediatrics continues to work on efforts to improve the health and well-being of immigrant children. AAP members can join the AAP Immigrant Health Special Interest Group by emailing cocp@aap.org.

The AAP CATCH program and the Council on Community Pediatrics (COCP) invite abstracts for a poster display session at the 2015 AAP National Conference and Exhibition. Submission deadline is June 4, 2015.

The AAP Section on Medical Students, Residents and Fellowship Trainees started a campaign called FACE Poverty that will empower pediatricians-in-training to address many facets of poverty at the community, state and federal levels. Browse through the resources and join trainees across the country to FACE Poverty!

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