Empowering Pediatricians Through Opportunities for Continuing Education
The Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics is dedicated to providing education-based programming designed to help our members pursue continuing education. As an accredited organization, we provide curriculum, programs, and events approved for CME, CE, and maintenance of certification credits.
Continuing Medical Education/CME
Continuing Education/CE credit
Maintenance of Certification/MOC
Web-Based Learning for Practice Improvement
Members of ICAAP have the unique opportunity to participate in our web-based Learning Management System (LMS), which makes continuing education easier than ever before. Members can access diverse courses to earn CME, CE credit, and Maintenance of Certification Part IV points. We encourage primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical specialists, pediatric surgical specialists, and other pediatric health professionals to build their knowledge, skills, and professional performance by participating in our evidence-based e-learning courses.
- Earn Credit
- Learn on Your Schedule
- Tailor Content to Your Needs
- Quick Access to Certificates
- Designed by Practicing Medical Providers
Programs Designed to Meet the Needs of Illinois’ Children
ICAAP offers a series of programs geared to help members stay up-to-date and active on important issues affecting children and family throughout Illinois. Each of these initiatives routinely offer opportunities for continued education.
Key learning topics include:
Early Childhood Initiatives
Adolescent Health Initiatives
Improving Practices Through Live Events
ICAAP hosts a series of events each year to bring pediatric professionals together to learn, network, and discuss real-world obstacles and solutions with other practicing peers.
Our Annual Education Conference
September 15 and 16, 2022: Join us for sessions on current pediatric health topics and the opportunity to network with pediatricians and other pediatric health care providers in Illinois. This in-person conference will bring together pediatricians, specialists, allied health care practitioners, office administrators, residents, and medical students. The conference provides networking, keynote speakers, and up-to-date content.
CME Discloser Policy
The ultimate goal of the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (ICAAP’s) CME program is to support life-long learning of participants so they may better identify their personal educational needs and design appropriate self-directed learning activities to meet those needs while implementing new skills in clinical practice. ICAAP’s CME program aims to provide relevant education for pediatric care providers to develop, maintain, and improve the necessary competencies, skills, and professional performance needed to provide high quality care for children. ICAAP establishes forums for the dissemination of information on current issues facing the specialty as a means for transmitting research and scholarly findings that affect the practice of pediatrics. ICAAP seeks to provide quality education that is relevant, accessible, and effective in addressing gaps in learning related to pediatric practice.
This policy is designed to ensure all ICAAP CME activities are objective, balanced, and free of bias by identifying and resolving all potential conflicts of interest prior to an activity.