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AAP National Conference and Exhibition October 10-14, 2008
Date:10/8/2008

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CREDENTIALS

Registration fees for working press are waived. Department of Communications staff consider working press to be editorial staff of newspapers or magazines, medical or health care publications and broadcast or Web-based media. Media representatives must provide identification (e.g. business card, letter of assignment and published samples of editorial/news work) before receiving a press badge.

MEDIA SERVICES

AAP Department of Communications staff can assist reporters by providing background information on child health issues and helping to set up interviews with meeting speakers or AAP officers and spokespersons.

NEWS BRIEFINGS

News briefings will be held throughout the meeting. Please refer to the news briefing schedule for further information.

TELEPHONE NUMBERS

To reach a member of the Department of Communications staff before and after the meeting, please call the AAP central office at 847/434-7877 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. (CT). From Oct. 10-14, call the NCE Press Room at 617-954-2966.

PRESS BRIEFING SCHEDULE

During the 2008 National Conference & Exhibition, the American Academy of Pediatrics will hold the following press briefings in Room 307 of the Hynes Convention Center in Boston. All times indicated are Eastern Daylight Time. Please check press briefing times with the AAP media relations staff as there may be changes to the schedule. Prior to Oct. 10, AAP media relations staff can be reached at 847-434-7877. From Oct. 10 to 14, media relations staff are available at the Hynes Convention Center at 617-954-2966.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 13

9:15 a.m.

Panel Discussion on Autism Spectrum Disorders

Learn the latest news in diagnosis, treatment and research of Autism

Spectrum Disorders and pose your questions about autism to a panel of experts.

Moderated by Donald Shifrin,
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