American Academy of Pediatrics
Founded in 1930, The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is a
professional membership organization of 66,000 pediatricians committed to the optimal
physical, mental, and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents,
and young adults. AAP is the leading advocacy organization for children, and the
leading source of children’s health-related information for pediatricians and their
AAP ejournal collection contains 6 journals and periodicals and
their e-archives. This includes Pediatrics, Pediatrics in Review, Hospital Pediatrics,
AAP News, NeoReviews and Grand Rounds.The journals can also be subscribed to separately.
Active subscriptions include access to the journal’s eArchives at no additional
cost. Our searchable online library enables your users to review publications from
cover to cover, including full-text, searchable PDFs; relevant imagery and graphics;
and more—100,000 pages of articles spanning more than a half-century.
Pediatrics: An official peer-reviewed journal, Pediatrics publishes original research, clinical observations,
and special feature articles in the field of pediatrics, as broadly defined. Contributions
pertinent to pediatrics are also included from related fields such as nutrition,
surgery, dentistry, human genetics, basic sciences, psychology, psychiatry, education,
sociology, and nursing. 2016 Impact Factor: 5.705 and in the top 100 most-cited
journals of all science and medicine journals (12,000 journals).
Pediatrics in Review: This highly popular journal features
real-life cases, best practices, and clinical review articles. Features include:
Visual Diagnosis; Index of Suspicion (tests diagnostic skills with cases that present
in a suspicious manner), and numerous teaching slides. Articles are mapped to the
ABP knowledge statements for MOC.
NeoReviews: This neonatal-perinatal journal features clinical
reviews, case discussions, basic science insights, and “on the horizon” pieces.
Clinical articles are mapped to the ABP knowledge statements for MOC.
AAP Grand Rounds: Literature review from expert pediatric
general and subspecialty academics analyzing looming health issues in all of medical
research. It publishes evidence-based summaries of the most recent advances in pediatrics
from nearly 100 general pediatrics and subspecialty journals. Criteria for article
selection include methodological soundness as well as relevance to practicing pediatricians.
This process ensures that AAP Grand Rounds is as complete and comprehensive as possible.
AAP News: The official newsmagazine of the AAP and the
trusted resource for timely vaccine updates, AAP policy insights, and anticipatory
guidance— the information busy professionals need to keep current. Subscribers can
also view daily released AAP News articles and updates here.
Hospital Pediatrics: This official, peer-reviewed journal
of the American Academy of Pediatrics was established in 2011 as the first journal
for the field of pediatric hospital medicine. It publishes original research and
other article types that educate and inform readers of quality, safety, research,
and clinical practice advancements relevant to the field. Hospital Pediatrics is
indexed by Medline.
AAP offers three databases:
Pediatric Care Online™
is a 3-in-1 subscription data base that provides immediate expert help meeting day-to-day
clinical information needs. It is enhanced with regular updates to book chapters,
reference topics, and drug information. Over 250 Point-of-Care Quick Reference topics
outline quick answers and efficient problem-solving and diagnosis. Pediatric Care
Online™ streamlines access from your desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet so you
always have the action-oriented information and recommendations you want, anytime,
anywhere. A subscription to Pediatric Care Online (PCO) also includes access
to Red Book Online (RBO) and Pediatric Patient Education (PPE).
Red Book® Online is a subscription
data base that provides instant electronic access to pediatric infectious disease
solutions not available in print or on any other platform. Regularly updated, it
includes the gold-standard AAP Red Book®: Report of the Committee on Infectious
Diseases in English and Spanish, more than 2,500 color images, a host of other online
resources, and a mobile app for Android and iOS.
AAP eBooks platform provides
instant electronic access to more than 200 titles from the American Academy of Pediatrics
(AAP), today’s premier source for pediatric-specific clinical information. Choose
the extensive AAP eBooks Institutional Collections (one-time, perpetual
rights purchases), or the NRP (Neonatal Resuscitation Program) eBook Collection
(annual subscription). Please note that some Red Book® and Neonatal Resuscitation
Program® products are not included in the AAP eBooks one-time purchase Institutional
AAP eBooks collections allows you to gain access to a robust digital library of
quality, “peer-reviewed” pediatric content, authored by renowned experts and researchers
in the field of pediatrics. AAP eBooks provides the latest guidance on areas such
as Adolescent Health Care, Advocacy, Child Care and School Health, Mental Health,
Neonatology, Practice of Pediatrics and more. To get a full list of AAP eBooks and
collections, visit their website today!
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