J Pediatr Pharmacol Ther
The official Journal of PPA
Published bi-monthly, the Journal is devoted to promoting the safe and effective use of medication in children. Click here
Advanced Pediatric Therapeutics
A PPA Publication
Focused on advanced management techniques, emerging research, and clinical controversies within major pratice settings. Click here
Access these member only resources and much more.
All Peds... All the Time.
Read the latest PPA therapeutic position papers, practice guidelines, and public policy position statements from the PPA Advocacy Committee and Board of Directors.
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Toolkit for Pharmacists
Neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) is a complication that can occur in a newborn after prenatal exposure to addictive illicit or prescription drugs.
This toolkit, prepared by the NICU SIG, will help institutions prepare to treat infants with NAS and iatrogenic drug withdrawal.
PPA News Blog
Check out the latest headlines and deadlines from PPA. The PPA News Blog broadcasts the latest news from the Association, the profession, and industry.
2019 Call for Abstracts
All practitioners, investigators, post-doctoral trainees, and students in the field of pediatric clinical pharacy are invited to submit abstracts of papers to be considered for platform or poster presentations at the Annual PPA Meeting and Pediatric Pharmacy Conference.
Participate in a Webinar from the convenience of your computer. These programs are live and include a Q&A session.
PPA hosts two meetings each year. Don't miss this great opportunity to network with other members.
29th Annual PPA Meeting | Hematology Oncology / NICU | April 29-May 3, 2020 | Norfolk, VA
Fall Conference 2020 | Nutrition / General Peds | September 24-27, 2020 | Columbus, OH
BCPPS Review and Recertification Course | September 25-27, 2020 | Columbus, OH
Earn credit at your own pace. You can start and stop a program at anytime and just pick up where you left off.
PPA offers live and home-study BCPPS Exam Preparation and Recertification Programs.