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TN AAP, Stimulus Blogs, Jim Carrey, you name it . . .

There must be a stack of 10 data-related posts sitting in my in-box, but you get this cleanup announcement while I run off to coach farm league:  It turns out that I will be the keynote speaker for the TN AAP chapter meeting on June 19 in Nashville, TN.  Thanks, Michelle!  The titles of my …

Autism Speaks School and Community Toolkit

Over on PedTalk, Dr. Gewanter made a valiant attempt to post a copy of the Austim Speaks tool kit recently posted on their site.  Until I can figure out how to let folks slip files into their posts on the new PedSource site, I’ll just gleefully post them here on the blog. So, with no …

Quick Housecleaning (PDA, Autism Reading)

Tomorrow, I hope to talk about Prompt Pay laws. Today, however, two items of interest: pda4peds.com, a site dedicated to, wait, get this, can you guess…PDA resources for pediatricians. It’s decently done and I landed on it when I learned that the new Bright Futures content is already available for many handheld options. Cool. I …

AAP vs. ABC

Update: The AAP is no longer alone, as the AMA has issued a letter to ABC. And life wouldn’t be in balance if the Immunization Action Coalition didn’t weigh in as well! I probably shouldn’t frame this issue as a “vs.” smackdown, but it makes for an easy title. Plus, if the conversation on PedTalk …