Map of Regions

APA Regions facilitate local and regional engagement for members of the APA. Regions are crucial gateways for expanding the supports and services of the APA to new members--including residents, fellows, early career faculty members, and child health professionals in the region engaging in academic pediatric pursuits. The APA Board of Directors provides operational guidance and oversight for Regions. APA staff members at the national office provide operational support services to Regions.

Regions provide a valuable venue for our membership to network with geographically-based colleagues, and to work towards goals that will benefit the membership of the Academic Pediatric Association at large. Regions are significant pipelines for APA membership, grantees of important trainee research awards, and the birthplace of collaborative research projects. Regions also provide a great setting for junior faculty and trainees to network with more senior individuals, where access is eased by proximate geography.

Regions provide the framework for APA networking to individual departments of pediatrics at both medical schools and children's hospitals. Through these regional networks reaching out to the institution level, region chairs facilitate outreach of APA programming to faculty members and trainees in academic pediatrics, and facilitate joining the APA for child health professionals who will benefit from membership in the organization.

Please use the clickable map below to receive information about that specific region.

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