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2020 Events


Online Weekly Webinars
July 2 – December 17, 2020

The 2020 FCAAP Florida Health Care Provider Forum Series is a 12-part webinar forum series for Florida-based pediatricians featuring a new 30-minute session on the first and third Thursday of each month, beginning Thursday, July 2, 2020. The Forum Series is intended to provide information centered around hot topics requested by FCAAP Members and will include a variety of topics including:

• Bringing patients back to your office
• Guidance for schools reopening
• Diversity, inclusion, and racial inequalities in pediatrics
• COVID-19 clinical updates
• How AAP is working with you
• Disaster preparedness for pediatricians
• Vaccine confidence
• Using a multidisciplinary approach in the management of pediatric obesity
• What the 2020 election means for pediatricians and families
• A review of the 2021 Florida legislative session and pediatric priorities
• Physicians and gun violence

All presenters will be available to answer your questions live during their respective sessions! A complete list of dates, topics and speakers can be found on the Forum Page.

Please register here to attend any of the 2020 Forum Series sessions and to receive updates on the session topics and presenters.

Partner opportunities are available for this series. Learn more here.


The Future of Pediatric Practice 2020 is moving online! Although we won’t be gathering in person this year, FCAAP has planned a fun, interactive, and educational virtual conference for all pediatric health care providers. Join us September 4 – 5, 2020, from the comfort of your home or office for engaging presentations, networking with colleagues, an interactive exhibit hall, games, and a little Disney magic. There is even a little something for the non-provider members of your family! The best part? FPP2020 Online is completely FREE to attend! CME, CEU, and MOC Part 2 credits will be offered for all educational sessions. View the accreditation statement here. The full agenda and registration are available here.

 

Download FCAAP’s Mobile App to access exclusive conference content! Available in the App Store and Google Play: search “FCAAP: Future of Pediatrics” for the free download.

Conference Partners

We have created a robust and beneficial virtual partner package to ensure all partners have the opportunity to connect with pediatricians in a meaningful way, despite the need to move the conference to a completely virtual format. The commitment of our partners to our educational efforts this year will allow us to ensure pediatricians have access to relevant educational content without worrying about how to pay to earn their credits. The Partner Prospectus with the fully virtual packages is available here. Details can also be seen on the partner page of the event website. Learn about the intelligent marketing benefits included in all FPP2020 Online packages here. Learn about the intelligent marketing benefits included with this year’s partner packages here. See all partner deadlines and preview the booth layouts included in each package here. Contact Alicia Adams, Esq., at aadams@fcaap.org with any questions.

Abstract Submission for the FCAAP 2020 RESIDENT FORUM

The Pediatric Resident Forum highlights the work being done by Florida’s pediatric residents. The Resident Forum is an exciting opportunity for residents pursuing a career in pediatrics to share their research and projects with peers from across the state. Selected abstracts will be presented during the Forum in poster format. Abstracts may be on Original Research (including community advocacy), Quality Improvement Projects, or unique Case Reports.

Resident abstracts WILL be presented as part of the virtual conference. Submissions are currently under review and residents with selected abstracts will be notified by mid-July.

2020 Pediatric Medical Student Research Forum

The 2020 Pediatric Medical Students Research Forum will once again provide an exciting opportunity for medical students interested in pediatric research to share their research with peers from across the United States. Discussions related to student abstract presentations are on-going and information on whether these presentations can be done virtually will be shared when more information is known.