Utah Chapter AAP Membership
Membership can mean…
- Increase your knowledge of and participation in policy and advocacy activities. The Chapter represents the needs of children and pediatricians on key state councils and committees.
- Increase involvement in the legislative arena to positively influence the payment for and quality of pediatric practice and the welfare of children in Utah.
- Build coalitions with other organizations working toward improving children’s health and well-being.
- Participate in Chapter committees in areas of interest.
- Help mentor residents and medical students interested in pediatrics.
- Provide testimony on key issues to help develop pediatric policy at state level.
- Network with other pediatricians with similar interests.
- Improve Chapter membership participation on national AAP affairs.
- Receive Chapter newsletter, emails and other informative mailings.
- Attend the annual Chapter Common Problems in Pediatrics Conference and earn CME credits.
- Request free, interactive CME courses on current medical issues to be presented close to your office.
- Participate in learning collaboratives to guide practices in quality improvement efforts.
- Participate in the Pediatric Research in the Office Setting and Utah Pediatric Practice Based Research Network.
Chapter Members are physicians who meet the following qualifications:
(1) Graduation from an accredited medical school; (2) Evidence of high ethical and professional standing and clinical experience; and (3) Training, experience or special interest in the health care of children.
Affiliate members are non-physician professionals who have training, experience or special interest in the health care of children and who reside in Utah.
Submit the information requested below and return with a copy of your (1) curriculum vitae, (2) evidence of membership in your respective state professional organization, (3) payment of annual dues.