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Community Pediatrics Training Initiative

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Healthy Active Living Grants Summary Report: Six residency program/AAP Chapter grantees promoted physical activity for children in their commuities while strengthening residency training in community health and advocacy.
Community Pediatrics Educational Goals & Objectives: CPTI has identified the essential educational goals and objectives to help residency training programs meet the community pediatrics and advocacy requirements of the ACGME. 
Advocacy Training Modules: These modules will help you prepare for and present the advocacy training curriculum in an easy-to-follow and uniform format.   
Advocacy Guide: lock This tool will provide tips, tools, and real life examples on how to use your voice to create positive and lasting change on behalf of childrens health.   

 
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CPTI invites residents to join the new Residents Engaging in Advocacy in Pediatrics (REAP) e-mail Listserv

The REAP Listserv connects pediatric residents who are passionate about community health and advocacy. Join REAP to network, share successes, ask questions, and learn how to strengthen your training in advocacy. Email cpti@aap.org to join today!

Congratulations to the 2014-2015 Recipients of a Leonard P. Rome CATCH Visiting Professorship!

For more information, visit CPTI Grantees.

How to Plan Community Projects Video Series
These short videos, with accompanying worksheets, provide an introduction to the basic values, principles, and methods of developing a community-based initiative.

Community pediatricians, residents, and academic faculty can use these resources to strengthen their skills and their confidence to plan successful community projects.


       
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