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The Indian Academy of Pediatrics has closely linked with the development of the Pediatric Specialty in Delhi In the 40’s Delhi has 2 Pediatricians. During 1949, the leading pediatricians of Delhi met at the office of Dr K L Jain on Thursday afternoon. These pediatricians mostly were…
From President’s pen
Dear Friends! Greetings from IAP Delhi, In the beginning, it is my duty to express my gratitude for giving me an opportunity to serve this association of intellectuals involved in the care and survival of children…
From Secretary’s pen
Friends! Greetings from IAP DELHI! At the outset I would like to thank all the members for their active participation in IAP activities. It has been six months since I took over, a busy journey till date, which shall get busier as December approaches.
Monthly Clinical Meeting
Dear Valued Member
Greetings from IAP Delhi!
This month, IAP Delhi’s monthly Clinical meeting will be held in collaboration with IAP North Delhi City Branch at G- Block, 5th floor, Auditorium, Administrative block, Hindu Rao Hospital, Malka Ganj, Delhi, on Thursday, 20th October, 2016 from 3.00 p.m. – 4.30 p.m. as per program given below:
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You can either apply online to register yourself as IAP member or download the registration form and send duly filled form to IAP-Delhi office.
General Body Meeting Notice
The General Body meeting of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics, Delhi will be held from 3.00 p.m. onwards, during Annual Function of I.A.P. Delhi on Sunday the 20th December, 2015 at Auditorium, PGIMER & RML Hospital, New Delhi-01
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- IAP Center Delhi City Branch
- IAP East Delhi City Branch
- IAP West Delhi City Branch
- IAP North Delhi City Branch
- IAP South Delhi City Branch
For non IAP members
Goodness of breastmilk: It is recommended that all infants should be fed exclusively on breastmilk until they are six months. It is recommended that all infants should be fed exclusively on breastmilk until they are six months. It is recommended that all infants should be fed exclusively on breastmilk until they are six months…
“NGOs working for children”
Delhi Council for Child Welfare, “Palna”
Civil Lines, Qudsia Garden, Yamuna Marg, Delhi -54.