paediatrician


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paediatrician

(chiefly US), pediatrician
a medical practitioner who specializes in paediatrics
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One campaigning group has accused paediatricians of zealotry.
There may be a few such zealots, filled with a Messianic zeal which blinds them to reason, but the vast majority of paediatricians labour tirelessly for the welfare of children.
A Paediatrician in Your Pocket' is published by ABC Books and priced at AUD22.
Some of them have pursued a faulty theory and must now accept the consequences, but the vast majority of paediatricians work night and day for the welfare of children.
Paediatricians urge heightened awareness about high-risk foods among doctors and parents alike.
The American Academy of Paediatrics is an organisation of 60,000 paediatricians committed to the attainment of optimal physical, mental and social health and well-being for all infants, children, adolescents and young adults.
Paediatricians attract complaints like other doctors.
Dr Southall worked as a consultant paediatrician at London's Royal Brompton Hospital from 1982 and held the same post at North Staffordshire Hospital in Stoke-on-Trent in 1992.
YOUNGSTERS are being put at risk because of a lack of paediatricians willing to work in child protection, experts have warned.
The Legal Services Commission will fund legal action by parents, whose children were removed because of the abuse accusations by paediatricians.
But the Welsh Government says it encourages paediatricians to apply for grants and work with other child health professionals to contribute to a "vibrant research environment".
An important factor raised by paediatricians for their stand was the concern that unimmunised children could pose a waiting room danger to infants or sick children who haven't yet been fully vaccinated.