Genetic Services Survey

A Genetic Counseling Masters student at Emory University is recruiting primary care providers in the southeastern U.S. to participate in an Emory IRB-approved study regarding genetic testing and referrals. Interested participants must complete a survey, which will take approximately 5 minutes. 12 interview participants will be selected from the survey for a single (30-45 minute) virtual interview. If you are interested in participating, please complete this survey by July 14, 2021.

Survey on Social Needs Handoff 

FCAAP Members are invited to participate in an IRB-approved research study from Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, looking at the idea of a discharge handoff from pediatric hospitalists to outpatient providers which focuses on patients’ unmet social needs (IRB00282844). The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes of your time. Both pediatric hospitalists and outpatient general pediatricians practicing across Florida are invited to participate. Survey closes August 31, 2021. If you would like to participate, please click here.

Distress Caused by Dermatologic Disease Encountered in General Pediatric and Specialty Dermatology Practices

A team from the Dr. Phillip Frost Department of Dermatology & Cutaneous Surgery at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is studying the implications of appearance-related distress encountered in general pediatric and pediatric dermatology practices. FCAAP Members are invited to take part by completing this online survey of multiple choice questions that will assess current physician perception of relevance, attitude and practices toward assessment and management of such problems.

UNC School of Public Health Student Survey on Health Impacts of Climate and Weather Events

A current graduate student at the UNC School of Public Health is working with a research and outreach team, the Carolinas Integrated Sciences and Assessments (CISA), in collaboration with the Southeast Regional Climate Center (SERCC), to focus on the health impacts of climate and weather events. More about their work can be seen on the Convergence website. We are hoping to expand our work throughout the southeast United States and would like to better understand Florida pediatricians’ needs and concerns related to climate/weather events, emergency management, and public health preparedness. This needs assessment will evaluate the interpretation of what different decision-makers see as extreme events and understand the gap that public health practitioners face concerning information/education, climate or weather data, and tools that would help them in their work. Click here to take the online survey.

University of Utah Medical Student Survey on Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip

A second-year medical student at the University of Utah is working with a group of medical students, pediatricians, and orthopaedic surgeons across North America have developed a survey to better understand the practices and preferences of pediatricians with regard to managing patients with Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH). Survey responses will be used to inform care maps for both urban and rural clinical environments. The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Click here to take the online survey.

FCAAP Member Feedback on Provider Relief Fund Application Process

FCAAP is collecting feedback on any barriers to applying for the HHS COVID-19 Provider Relief Fund, common provider questions, and any other feedback that would help target future outreach efforts. Please take two minutes to complete this survey to give your feedback.

FCAAP Member Feedback on Medicaid Payment for Telehealth Services

To help eliminate confusion surrounding Medicaid payment for telehealth services during the COVID-19 pandemic, please complete this survey to share your feedback on any trouble you have encountered in receiving Medicaid payments for telehealth services.

Obesity Conference Needs Assessment Survey

The FCAAP Obesity and Nutrition Committee is working to design a potential conference and web-based resources focusing on obesity in children and adolescents. In order to make their efforts most effective, the Committee is asking FCAAP Members to complete this survey so they can better understand your needs as they relate to this topic. Thank you for assisting us in planning a future conference and determining the need for resources!

The Opioid Crisis & Pediatricians

The opioid crisis has recently received attention from public health officials as a major health crisis. The FCAAP Opioid Task Force would like to assess the degree to which this presents a problem for your patients and their families.  Please take a few minutes to answer this questionnaire so we can better understand your experiences.

The FCAAP Opioid Task Force is just getting started and plans to meet telephonically at least quarterly to address the opioid problem from the point of view of pediatricians. The Task Force welcomes any FCAAP members interested in getting involved. Please contact the Chapter at for more information.