AAACN’s SIG are a significant membership benefit, connecting you with an active community of AAACN members who share your passion for specific areas within ambulatory care nursing. The CCTM, Patient/Staff Education, Pediatrics, Telehealth, and VA SIGs are currently seeking Chair-Elects for the 2020-2021 term. Find out about it. (Member login required)

Pediatric SIG

Join the Pediatric SIG

The Pediatric Special Interest Group, as a designated group within the American Academy of Ambulatory Care Nursing, identifies Ambulatory Pediatric Nursing as a key specialty within the AAACN.

The group's purpose is to support and promote networking opportunities for members who have a shared interest in Pediatric Nursing.

Looking for a Pediatric SIG event in your area? Check out the Events page in the "Special Interest Groups (SIG)" tab.

Pediatric SIG Connected Community

Join the SIG

Each SIG has its own Connected Community for all your networking needs.

To visit the Connected Community and/or join SIGs:

  • Visit the Community.
  • Log in as a AAACN member.
  • On the All Communities page, you will see all SIGs are you already part of, and options to join any SIGs you are not currently part of.
  • Click on your SIG(s) Communities to visit, or click "Join Community" on the right side of the page, select your email digest preference, and you're set!

Members of AAACN may join as many SIGs as desired. Join the conversation today!

If you have any difficulty getting into the community, please contact aaacn@aaacn.org for assistance.

Who We Are

We are working hard to grow membership in AAACN and our SIG. If you know a great pediatric nurse, encourage him or her to join with our Member-Get-a-Member campaign!

How many PED SIG members are in YOUR state? You may also download the map!

Meetings

This content is only available in the Pediatrics SIG Connected Community. (Member log in required).

Goals

  • Serve as a voice for Pediatric Nursing within the organization.
  • Provide a forum to enable members to build collaborative relationships with each other.
  • Provide opportunities to work together on Pediatric initiatives.
  • Maintain a current member database of available Pediatric resources.

Members are always welcome to post a question at any time, as we strive to share best practice and great ideas. We hope you will join us in our journey to develop and support ambulatory leaders.

Welcoming New Members of the Pediatric Special Interest Group

September 2019:
  • Alyssa Akers-Nowicki
  • Stacie Banister
  • Jamie Black
  • Valerie Conrad
  • Katherine Damm
  • Louise Driggers
  • Dena Hobbs
  • Maya Kellum
  • Sarahanne Kevelin
  • Caroline Matula
  • Krystina Ralph
  • Ebony Smith
  • Lennaya Smith
  • Erica St Michell

SIG Leadership

Chair

Chair-Elect

Past Chair

Board Liaison

  • Kathleen Martinez, MSN, RN, CPN