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The SODBP has developed a discussion board for use by SODBP members to share important developmental and behavioral pediatrics ideas and advice. The AAP also uses the discussion board to provide up-to-date developmental and behavioral pediatrics information and announcements. The discussion board will catalogue posts allowing members to seek prior advice on a variety of topics. To access the discussion board, click here lock and use your AAP ID and password to login.

The SODBP discussion/bulletin board is a member benefit. By using the SODBP discussion board, members agree to the terms of use. If you are interested in joining the discussion board, but are not a member, click here to join the SODBP.

Discussion/Bulletin Board Terms of Use and Disclaimer

Discussion/Bulletin Board Set up and Instructions

For technical questions related to using the discussion board, please contact Linda Paul. For questions related to discussion board content, please contact Damon Korb, MD, FAAP, Discussion Board Moderator.

 

 

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The SODBP Discussion Board is back! Connect with SODBP members on questions and discussions related to ADHD, developmental delays, screening, and more. Click here to access this new feature.
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DBPEDSAAP Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics

The AAP Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics manual is now available at the AAP Bookstore. Purchase your copy today for the all-new clinical resource for caring for children with developmental and behavioral concerns.
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Fall 2013 Newsletter is now available

Read the Fall 2013 edition of the Developmental and Behavioral News which includes articles such as, "ADHD in DSM-5: Few Changes in Diagnositc Criteria ", "The DSM-5 Autism Critera: A Social Rather Than Scientific Achievement ", "Reflections on Advocacy Experience ", and much more. Go to the About Us section for back issues of the newsletter.
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The 2014 DB:PREP Course was held earlier this year. DB:PREP is a comprehensive review of the developmental-behavioral pediatric medicine for both the pediatric subspecialist and the primary care physician. Course Materials available soon.
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