Dr. Jack Rusley learned a lot from his project, ACT Maine, a resident-driven project to improve the quality of health care transition and build resilience in youth with chronic illness and their families and he has advice for anyone who is considering doing a community health project.
1. Be Patient
2. Be Persistent
3. Go For It!
Mark your calendars for community pediatrics education at the AAP National Conference!
On October 11, 2014, the COCP will host The Geography of Poverty and Child Health. The Council will also host the half day program on Caring for Immigrant Children and Families on October 13, 2014.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will give a special plenary address on Sunday, October 12.