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EQIPP for Residents

Specifically designed for residency programs

EQIPP is a benefit for all AAP members ($199 for non-members). Program coordinators can access at no charge. Access this exciting new benefit directly through your program directors page on!

For more information about EQIPP for Residents and how to enroll, log in to PediaLink, access your Program View and Click on the Quality Improvement tab.

What is EQIPP for Residents? How do I preview EQIPP for Residents? How do I register my residency program?

EQIPP for residents is the Academy’s quality improvement (QI) course designed to help add flexibility to integrating QI into residency programs.

Programs can organize their residents in groups in one or multiple tracks and reports can be generated on demand through the program directors page on PediaLink.

Tracks include:

  • Asthma (generalist)

  • Bright Futures – Infancy and Early Childhood

  • Immunizations (19-23 months)

  • Oral Health

  • Judicious Use of Antibiotics (Upper Respiratory Infection)

Use the following Guest Account at PediaLink to log in to EQIPP for Residents:

AAP User ID: 1564777
Password: Resident

Click the Continuing Education tab to access the course.

Click the Launch button to preview.

Once your roster has been finalized and invoice paid you can create your EQIPP Groups using your PediaLink roster. Log in to PediaLink; access your Program View and click on the Quality Improvement tab. 

Click the Manage My EQIPP Groups button to get started.

AAP Resident Members:  For more information on EQIPP for Residents, please speak with your Program Director.

Getting Started with EQIPP for Residents (Link to user guide)

Click to view the EQIPP for Residents User Guide


What is a group? Why do I need one? 

What types of reports are available? 

What is QI Basics? 

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Do my faculty and coordinators have access to the course? 

Who is eligible for MOC credit? 

What are the course completion requirements? 

How many patient charts are required for each resident? 


Questions? Email

EQIPP courses are very organized and give residents a homogenous QI experience. The year prior to us using EQIPP our resident had to create projects from scratch. The results were inconsistent. Some residents excelled, others were lost. EQIPP courses ensured everybody gets a firm, basic understanding. They learned QI principles that they can carry forward in their career. EQIPP was good for our residents, and it’s better for the program.”

- Mark Gaby DO, FAAP, FACO
 Miami Children’s Health System – Nicklaus Children’s Hospital

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