Section on Uniformed Services Home The Section is dedicated to educating physicians on topics unique to the uniformed services, providing a forum for pediatricians in the military & the public health service, and to playing an advocate role on behalf of eligible pediatric beneficiaries. Call for Abstracts American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Uniformed Services 2018 NCE SOUS Agenda Click here to view the 2018 NCE SOUS agenda Learn more about this Information for Families Click to view the AAP Web site for parents, HealthyChildren.org. The Role of the Pediatrician in Military Medicine View a collection of articles in the February 2012 issue of Pediatrics. Guide to Pediatric Military Residencies Pediatricians provide necessary care to hundreds of thousands of pediatric and adolescent dependents of active duty and retired military personnel. SOUS Yearbook 1959-2018 View the Section on Uniformed Services Yearbook 1959-2018 Uniformed Services Chapters East and West These Chapters service and support all of the military physicians and families in the U.S. Learn more. WHAT'S NEW Oral History The Section on Uniformed Services sponsored the oral history of Andrew Margileth, MD, FAAP. More > Letter from Section Chair Letter from Catherine A. Kimball-Eayrs, MD, FAAP, IBCLC More > Line-of-Duty Deaths The Coalition to Support Grieving Students - Supporting Children and Family Survivors of Military Line-of-Duty Deaths More > SOUS Brochure Learn more about the Section on Uniformed Services More > Dr. Callahan’s 2017 NCE P See Dr. Callahan’s 2017 NCE Plenary Talk on History of Military in Pediatrics More > Doctors Who Serve The AMA writes about Doctors Who Serve. Read more. More > Military Health Care New AAP Article in Pediatrics on Military Health Care Utilization by Teens and Young Adults More > AAP EQUIP Identify and eliminate practice gaps and satisfy MOC Part 4 requirements with AAP EQIPP quality improvement courses. More > No results are available. Either no query is specified, or the query came from advanced search (Federated Webparts do not support Advanced Search queries).