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Dr. Scott Krugman is a member of the Council on Community Pediatrics.

He has worked with diverse community partners to improve the identification and evaluation of abused children in hospitals and communities.

He feels it is very important for all pediatricians to get to know their local Child Protective Services workers.

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The recent surge of unaccompanied immigrant children in the southern U.S. has been declared an urgent humanitarian situation, and raised deep concerns about the migrant children’s health and safety. Read AAP Statement. Council on Community Pediatrics member Marsha Griffin, MD, FAAP cares for immigrant children in the south Texas border region and writes about their needs In the Pediatrics Perspective: “Children’s Lives on the Border". For more information about the AAP Immigrant Health Special Interest Group, contact COCP.

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