paediatrician


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paediatrician

pe·di·a·tric·ian

(pē'dē-ă-trish'ăn)
A specialist in pediatrics.
Synonym(s): paediatrician.

pe·di·a·tric·ian

(pē'dē-ă-trish'ăn)
A specialist in pediatrics.
Synonym(s): paediatrician.
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All doctors - including paediatricians - can be confident that we view each one on its merits, without fear or favour.
Between 2001 and 2003, the number of paediatricians working in the community in the UK rose from 1,544 to 1,549 - up by just five in two years, say the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.
It is these paediatricians who play such a central role in child protection work.
Tragedies such as the murder of Toni-Ann Byfield highlight the importance of having paediatricians in the community.
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.
It also wants to further promote key research successes by paediatricians, particularly where research has led to change and produced better outcomes for children.
In addition, it wants to improve communication between paediatricians and their employers of the routes to obtain funding, as at present nearly 90% of consultant paediatricians do not receive grants for research.
Both paediatricians had doubted the "explanation of accidental injury" - and "set a hare running", said the judge.