Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) connects thousands of pediatricians and other health care providers worldwide. This international gathering delivered in-person and on demand after the live event offers opportunities for a global audience of physician-scientists, clinicians, and educators to share research, explore new ideas, build career opportunities, and collaborate on future projects. Presentations cover issues of interest to generalists as well as topics critical to a wide array of specialty and sub-specialty areas. The PAS Meeting is produced through the partnership of four leading pediatric associations. The executive leadership of the PAS Meeting and two of its partners, the American Pediatric Society (APS) and the Society for Pediatric Research (SPR), are based in The Woodlands, TX.
The PAS Meeting is produced through a partnership of four pediatric organizations that are leaders in the advancement of pediatric research and child advocacy. These partners, designated below, are pleased to celebrate ongoing collaborations with the Alliance and Affiliate supporters of the PAS Meeting denoted below.
- American Pediatric Society (APS) is an organization dedicated to the advancement of child health through the promotion of pediatric research, recognition of achievement, and cultivation of excellence in pediatrics through advocacy, scholarship, education, and leadership development and to honor those who, by their contributions to pediatrics, have aided in its advancement.
- Society for Pediatric Research (SPR) is an international society whose purpose is to create a network of multidisciplinary researchers to improve child health. SPR promotes the interchange of ideas and provides opportunities for investigators to present and be honored for their work.
- Academic Pediatric Association (APA) is a national organization dedicated to improving the health of all children and adolescents through leadership in the education of child health professionals, research, dissemination of knowledge, patient care, and advocacy, in partnership with children, families, and communities. This is accomplished through membership activities, funded research, and teaching programs and advocacy to affect public and governmental opinion positively for children.
- American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is an organization of primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric surgical specialists committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health for all infants, children, adolescents, and young adults.
2022 ~ Denver, CO ~ April 21 – 25
2021 ~ VIRTUAL ~ Phase I – April 30 – May 4 | Phase-II – May 10 – June 4
2020 ~ Philadelphia, PA ~ April 29 – May 6 – CANCELED
2019 ~ Baltimore, MD ~ April 24 – May 1
2018 ~ Toronto, Canada ~ May 5 – 8
2017 ~ San Francisco, CA ~ May 6 – 9
2016 ~ Baltimore, MD ~ April 30 – May 3
2015 ~ San Diego, CA ~ April 25 – 28
2014 ~ Vancouver, Canada ~ May 3 – 7
2013 ~ Washington, D.C. ~ May 4 – 7
2012 ~ Boston, MA ~ April 28 – May 1
2011 ~ Denver, CO ~ April 30 – May 3
2010 ~ Vancouver, Canada ~ May 1 – 4
2023 ~ Washington, D.C. ~ April 26 – May 3
2024 ~ Toronto, Canada ~ May 1 – 8
2025 ~ Honolulu, HI ~ April 23 – 30
2026 ~ Boston, MA ~ April 22 – 29
2027 ~ Minneapolis, MN ~ April 28 – May 5
2028 ~ Salt Lake City, UT ~ May 2 – May 10