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Child-centered care needed at U.S. border facilities, AAP leaders say

A recent visit to the U.S.-Mexico border with other AAP leaders provided many eye-opening experiences for AAP President Benjamin D. Hoffman, M.D., FAAP. He saw the tireless work being done by many to assist those seeking asylum in the U.S. as well as areas where improved care is needed. “Getting to see the best of ... Read More

Child-centered care needed at U.S. border facilities, AAP leaders say2024-04-15T15:02:06-04:00

Cover All Kids – Important Information regarding NJFamilyCare

NJ FamilyCare has returned to regular annual renewals. From April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024, NJ FamilyCare will mail the first renewal packets since 2020 to its members. Members must ensure their mailing address is up-to-date with NJ FamilyCare by calling 1-800-701-0710 (TTY: 711). When NJ FamilyCare mail is received, it is important for ... Read More

Cover All Kids – Important Information regarding NJFamilyCare2023-08-21T11:27:10-04:00

New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Secures $4 Million HRSA Cooperative Agreement to Launch New Jersey SEEDlings: Supporting Equity in Early Development Transforming Pediatrics in Early Childhood (TPEC)

Dear Colleagues,   I am pleased to announce the New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics was awarded a four-year cooperative agreement from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to transform how pediatric primary care is delivered for prenatal-to-five-year-old (P-5) populations eligible for NJ FamilyCare or who are uninsured. This work will help improve ... Read More

New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Secures $4 Million HRSA Cooperative Agreement to Launch New Jersey SEEDlings: Supporting Equity in Early Development Transforming Pediatrics in Early Childhood (TPEC)2022-09-26T14:19:15-04:00

$12M in state funding for youth mental health care much needed

At the start of this Suicide Prevention month, $12 million in funding by the state in a collaboration to help prevent a growing youth mental health crisis was announced. Sen. Vin Gopal (D-Monmouth), who spoke about his own struggles with mental health at the announcement, explained why he and Assembly Speaker Craig Coughlin (D-Middlesex) are ... Read More

$12M in state funding for youth mental health care much needed2022-09-16T10:47:01-04:00

Pediatric mental health gets a budget boost

The New Jersey Pediatric Psychiatric Collaborative, a partnership between primary care doctors and mental health providers, is now set to be able to offer more preventive resources to keep children out of emergency rooms across the state. Earlier this year, lawmakers added $12 million in funding for the effort. On Thursday, legislative leaders and others ... Read More

Pediatric mental health gets a budget boost2022-09-16T10:45:07-04:00

New AAP Safe Sleep Guidelines

The SIDS Center of New Jersey reports that the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has released its first update to its safe infant sleep policy statement and technical report since 2016. Use of the evidence-based recommendations presented in the policy help reduce the risk of sleep-related infant deaths, including those classified as Sudden Infant Death ... Read More

New AAP Safe Sleep Guidelines2022-06-23T15:29:59-04:00

An Important Message from Jeanne Craft, NJAAP Chapter President

To my colleagues,   I am horrified.  Horrified that 19 children and 2 adults were slaughtered in a place of nurturing, a place of growth. Horrified that at the end of their lives 2 teachers may have had the realization that they could not protect their students from the rapid fire of the assault weapon ... Read More

An Important Message from Jeanne Craft, NJAAP Chapter President2022-05-26T13:22:20-04:00

New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Climate Change Resolution

WHEREAS: The mission of the members of the New Jersey Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics includes advocacy and action on issues that affect children’s health. WHEREAS: The Lancet Commission has said that climate change is the greatest public health threat of this century, but it is also the greatest public health opportunity of ... Read More

New Jersey Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics Climate Change Resolution2022-06-30T14:00:36-04:00

Coughlin & Gopal Propose Later School Start Time for NJ High Schools to Boost Teen Mental Health

(TRENTON) – New Jersey’s education system continues to rank best in the nation, but following two incredibly tough pandemic years the national picture for child mental health is worsening to the detriment of students and their educational outcomes. Beginning the work of addressing this national youth mental health crisis, Assembly Speaker Craig J. Coughlin and ... Read More

Coughlin & Gopal Propose Later School Start Time for NJ High Schools to Boost Teen Mental Health2022-04-05T10:35:49-04:00

The Health of New Jerseyans in a Changing Climate

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The Health of New Jerseyans in a Changing Climate2022-04-05T10:32:02-04:00
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