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paediatrician

(chiefly US), pediatrician
a medical practitioner who specializes in paediatrics

pediatrician

[‚pēd·ē·ə′trish·ən]
(medicine)
A physician who specializes in pediatrics.
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King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre Is One Of The Largest Companies In The Pediatricians Market, According To TBRC's Report (Companies: King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, Astra Zeneca, Zansen Global Services, LLC, Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, and VPS Healthcare)
Over and above their wages as Gesy doctors, overtime GP and pediatricians will be paid e1/440 per hour on weekdays, while weekend doctors will make e1/460 an hour, regardless of the number of patients they see.
Pediatricians provide well-child services throughout youngsters' childhoods.
The authors note that pediatricians and other child health professionals should be prepared to discuss and counsel families of all races on the effect of exposure to racism.
A research letter published online May in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology described the results of a study involving 116 pediatricians, who participated in an educational program, including brief live sessions, on how to manage acne in teenagers.
The Kenya Pediatricians Association on Thursday said there was need to have more pediatricians to curb increased mortality among children.
Less than one third of pediatricians report routine communication with MH specialists to whom they refer (Pfefferle, 2007), even though patients' parents desire collaborative consultation (Greene, Ford, Ward-Zimmerman, & Foster, 2015).
The primary predictor of interest is the number of pediatricians per 1,000 population under the age of 5 (pediatrician density).
They conducted a nationally representative survey of family physicians and pediatricians with multivariable analysis.
In order to gauge what's really happening, life science market insights technology firm InCrowd surveyed 263 US-based pediatricians to obtain real-time data surrounding their perspectives on vaccine trends among their patients.
Hispanic children are diagnosed with autism less often and later than other children, and a recent study looked at the role pediatricians may play in the delay.
In a study of Connecticut pediatricians, published last year, some 30% of 133 doctors said they had asked a family to leave their practice for "vaccine refusal".