The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is recruiting primary care pediatric practices and school-based health centers to participate in a 7-month learning collaborative. Improving Capacity to Reduce Sexually Transmitted infections (STIs) among Adolescents 2.0 (I CaRe QI 2.0) is an initiative to improve adolescent health care and increase Chlamydia screening in the pediatric clinical care setting. For those interested, one Collaborative will offer a special focus on creating a more LGBTQ-friendly practice environment. For more information and to apply, see flyer here. Applications are due by December 10.