Parent Information Network published a release urging Michigan parents to ensure children are prepared for the upcoming school year by staying up-to-date on vaccinations! Click here for the release, and here for the back to school checklist!
This years Annual Conference will be held at Boyne Mountain from September 23-24, 2016. Click here for the Conference registration links and to book your hotel today!
All medical and dental professions are invited free of charge to the oral health seminar being held in Detroit on September 9th! Continuing education credits will be offered at the event. View more about the seminar here, and sign up to register here!
Register here for the 21st Annual Medical Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. It is free of charge and also provides CME credit! Learn more about this networking opportunity in the State of Michigan and a chance to learn more about the welfare of Michigan’s children here.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is calling for Chickenpox vaccinations as there has been an unexpected jump in cases in the state. Click here to read more!
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MIAAP’s own Mona Hanna-Attisha, assistant professor of pediatrics at MSU’s College of Human Medicine and director of the pediatric residency program at Hurley Children’s Hospital in Flint – whose study exposed elevated lead blood levels in Flint children – will speak at MSU’s undergraduate convocation on May 6!
To view more details about the Partners in Pediatric Care course that focuses on improving clinical care and developing effective working relationships, click here!
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the leading health professional organizations in Michigan have published this updated letter regarding the promotion of the HPV Vaccine.
Michigan employers, healthcare professionals and organizations, community organizations, community members and public health professionals are being invited to the forums to discuss the benefits of breastfeeding, share strategies and break down barriers to breastfeeding. Click here for more details!
Click here to find out more about joining Hurley Children’s Hospital’s General Acaedmic Pediatrics Facility!
The Detroit Free Press recently published MIAAP’s President Dr. Neil R. Wienberg’s article that addresses the various social stressors children are facing in addition to the Flint Water Crisis. Click here to read the article.
A Press Release has been published by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services regarding the urgency for parents to get their children vaccinated. To read more, click here!
MIAAP’s own Board Member, Dr. Mona Hanna Attisha, researcher of lead levels in the affected Flint zip codes has been active in the movement of urgency of the Flint water crisis. To read more about the recent budget passed by the Michigan Legislature in response to the emergency, click here.
The Michigan Department of Community Health has posted their ICD-10 Provider Relations Awareness and Training here!
Click here to view important and helpful information published by the The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services on the upcoming ICD-10 implementation scheduled for October 1st, 2015!
To best aid Michigan’s physicians The Michigan Quality Improvement Consortium has updated the following MQIC Clinical Practice Guidelines. Click here to find the updated guidelines for Infants and Children, changes can be viewed here.
Governor Snyder issued an Executive Order to create the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. In doing so, the overarching goal of this new department is to better serve our residents as people, rather than focusing on our programs. Click here to learn more.
Click here to view the 2015 Childhood Immunization Schedule and the FDA’s approval of the Menigococcal Second Group B vaccine
To view the Detroit News article reporting on Michigan’s current vaccination status, click here.
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