The Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) Annual Meeting is the largest international meeting focused on research in child health. We bring together a variety of groups to - not only discuss original research, which has been the hallmark of the PAS meeting, but to also discuss how this research can be applied to actual clinical practice in pediatrics. This alliance also provides opportunity to discuss other critical issues that affect child health such as public policy and advocacy.
Approximately 3800 scientific presentations are selected each year. Our program includes independent society specific programming and joint programming in areas of mutual interest between the APS, SPR, APA, AAP and other affiliate societies. This meeting is providing an excellent opportunity to celebrate the past and future of the pediatric discipline in this millennium.
The Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS):
American Pediatric Society
Society for Pediatric Research
Academic Pediatric Association
American Academy of Pediatrics
The PAS Annual Meeting is the largest and most prestigious meeting dedicated to pediatric research and education in the world, bringing together physicians with expertise in all areas of pediatrics.
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The Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) are four individual pediatric organizations (The American Pediatric Society, Society for Pediatric Research, Academic Pediatric Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics) that together co-sponsor the PAS Annual Meeting. Members of these organizations are pediatricians and other health care providers who are in the research and academic arena, executing research and providing clinical care to pediatric patients. The combined membership of PAS represents all interests in pediatrics including specialists, generalists and community practitioners. The four sponsoring organizations are leaders in the advancement of pediatric research and child advocacy within pediatrics, and all share a mission of fostering the health and well-being of children worldwide.