The AAP addresses important questions regarding pediatric practice and the health and well being of children by developing original research including practice-based network research.
The Academy’s national primary-care research network, PROS, comprises 2,000 collaborating pediatric practitioners. A coalition of primary-care and specialist research networks share best practices under the CAPRI program.
For over 20 years, the AAP has been systematically surveying pediatricians about their practice and training experiences. A new longitudinal study is now being launched to track young pediatricians’ experiences across their career.
The AAP Julius B. Richmond Center of Excellence strives to improve child health by eliminating children’s exposure to tobacco and secondhand smoke.
The goals of the Child Health Measurement Project are to enhance and advance health services research related to children and their families.
Results from studies conducted by the AAP Department of Research are disseminated in several ways.
Learn why you should join AAP's practice-based research network.
This study is for clinicians who want to reduce the rate of dangerous motor vehicle crashes in the teens they serve. The study will take place in the following states: NY, FL CA, PA, NC, IN AND HI
A 2010 survey of trends among pediatricians in the US.
A survey of trends in graduating residents from U.S. pediatrics residency programs.
AHIPP is seeking practitioners to participate in this landmark study on tobacco cessation and social media use.
ePROS is a subnetwork of the PROS network that is made up of select PROS practices that have an EMR and are interested in conducting research using electronic data.