Thank you for joining the American Academy of Pediatrics in New Orleans for the 2019 National Conference & Exhibition! We truly hope you enjoyed the meeting and depart with a renewed sense of purpose and passion for the health of all children.
Plenary Session Highlights
The AAP National Conference & Exhibition is the premier venue for pediatric health care professionals to come together and share their passion for the health of all children. The meeting draws more than 10,000 professionals and offers over 400 sessions in 70 topic areas from interactive, hands-on workshops to thought-provoking plenary sessions.
The 2019 National Conference will feature plenary sessions on front-line topics such as advocacy, interactive media, climate change, physician wellness, substance use and housing security.
Saturday: October 26
Opening Keynote Address: The Power of One Caring
Saturday: October 26
A Conversation With Sonia Sotomayor, Author of Just Ask! Be Different, Be Brave, Be You
Sunday: October 27
There’s a Pediatrician in the House: My Journey From the Clinic to the Capitol
US Rep Kim Schrier, MD, FAAP (D-WA)
Monday: October 28
Overcoming the Belief in a Hierarchy of Human Value: An Opportunity and Imperative for Pediatricians
Gail Christopher, DN, ND
Tuesday: October 29
Closing Keynote Address: PERIOD and the Menstrual Movement
Visit the conference schedule to view all education sessions, special events and meeting details.
Experience New Orleans
A timeless city with rich culture, New Orleans truly celebrates the “Joy of Living” and is a great venue for the 2019 National Conference. Steeped in European traditions and Caribbean influences, the city calls curious minds to sweet sounds and savory aromas fueled by 300 years of history.
From the moment you arrive, New Orleans will beckon your ears, allure your eyes, and enchant your heart. Indulge your senses and explore all this city has to offer!
See here to experience New Orleans.
Meet with more than 360 companies, including those specializing in pharmaceuticals, health care, infant nutrition, publications, computer technology, and recruiting to learn about their commercially available pediatric medical products and services. All events on the exhibit floor are complimentary to conference registrants and families. Activities in the exhibit hall are not designated for CME credit.