From receptions to engaging lectures, wellness services, and product theaters, check out the exhibition floor at this year’s AAP meeting.
While there will be plenty of stellar sessions and poster exhibitions at this year’s AAP National Conference & Exhibition, there will also be lots happening on the conference exhibition floor. From coffee klatches to wellness services, product theaters to scavenger hunts and book signings, walk the exhibition hall at your leisure to take part in the fun, open to all AAP registrants.
On Saturday, October 21 from 5 pm to 6 pm, there will be a welcome reception in the main exhibit hall, open to all attendees. Come back Sunday morning to grab a cup of joe and enjoy some great networking, when Children’s Mercy Kansas City sponsors a coffee break from 10 am-10:30 am.
Other events include:
Saturday, October 21
Engaging patients through short form videos. Discover how to harness the power of short form videos on platforms like TikTok, Instagram Reels, and YouTube Shorts to create content that resonates with your pediatric patients and their parents. This session will show you how to leverage this growing trend to promote your clinic, share wellness tips, and provide valuable information in a fun and relatable way.
3:00 – 3:30 pm
6 Inbox management hacks
How many emails do you get in one day? 100? 500? Don’t let your email manage you. Learn how you can organize your inbox, set rules, and manage your inbox in a way that allows for effective time management even when addressing hundreds of emails.
3:00 – 3:30 pm
The power of small changes: unlocking your path to better health
Discover the secrets to a healthier lifestyle in this engaging talk. Learn simple yet effective ways to improve your well-being by incorporating movement, nourishing your body with smart food choices, prioritizing quality sleep, managing stress, and fostering meaningful social connections. Uncover the potential of small changes and embark on a journey toward optimal health and vitality.
Product theater presentations include:
Saturday, October 21
Targeting systemic and localized type 2 inflammation in asthma
Nutrition in the role of brain development
The pediatric healthcare provider's role in helping to build COVID-19 vaccination confidence
Survivor speaker program series - meningococcal serogroup B: disease education and vaccine information
The importance of biotics in early life: Supporting gut microbiota and immune system development in infants
Recommendations and strategies to help protect children from pneumococcal disease with a next-generation conjugate vaccine
Sunday, October 22
Clinical case discussion- a patient with uncontrolled atopic dermatitis
Food allergies: nipping them early & allowing more yums!
Now FDA approved: a new monoclonal antibody for the prevention of RSV disease in infants
Hydrocortisone therapy in pediatric adrenal insufficiency
What’s under the lid of your hypoallergenic formula?
Monday, October 23
I knew you were trouble: swiftly diagnosing meningitis/encephalitis
Insights on influenza: current trends in pediatric disease burden and vaccination
Generational health and the role of dairy food intake for improving health among Black Americans
Finally, don’t forget to stop by the AAP Resource Center. There, you can meet with and receive autographed AAP publication from renowned authors and editors; visit a board-certified internist from the Section on Med-Peds for a personal preventive service consultation; share your book ideas with the AAP Publishing staff, see the hottest products and gadgets and take a skills challenge from Global Child Health and Life Support. Additionally, AAP leaders and staff will be on hand to answer questions about AAP products, services, and programs and discuss how you can become more involved at the AAP.