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October 20-24, 2023
Mark your calendars for the 2023 AAP National Conference & Exhibition, October 20-24, in Washington, DC. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with colleagues, engage in thought-provoking education sessions, and visit the world’s largest pediatric exhibit hall. A selection of education sessions will also be livestreamed and recorded for all attendees to view through January 31, 2024.
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Announcing Keynote Address!
Saturday Plenary Session
It’s not always easy for pediatricians to adapt to change and thrive in the face of challenges. Life strategist Valorie Burton will discuss how to develop a research-proven thinking style to succeed under pressure, maintain a positive perspective, and navigate setbacks in a way that makes you better not bitter. Through her research in applied positive psychology, Valorie will inspire attendees and equip them with a survival toolkit to tackle any challenge that comes their way.
Washington, DC is one of the leading destinations for travel and tourism. From monuments to museums, there is so much DC has to offer! With plenty of entertainment options, grab a seat at one of the six professional sports teams’ games or get dinner at a restaurant that is part of this city’s famous dining scene. The meeting facilities are right in the middle of all the action, making it the perfect place to host the 2023 National Conference!
The dynamic education program will be hosted live in DC, featuring engaging and innovative content, hands-on clinical skills labs, section/council programming, and more.
A selection of education sessions will also be livestreamed and recorded for all attendees to view through January 31, 2024.
AAP exhibitors specialize in pharmaceuticals, health care, infant feeding nutrition, publications, computer technology, and recruiting.
The exhibit program will offer fun activities for attendees and will feature product theaters where attendees can learn about emerging pediatric devices and products.