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Doctors claim a climate of vilification is causing paediatricians to shy away from diagnosing child abuse, some of which will be well-founded.
Polon is a consultant paediatrician visiting Liverpool and Fairfield hospitals in Sydney, Australia.
In many instances of wrongful conviction it is paediatricians who have come to the aid of victims and secured their release.
It is certainly not what the majority of Welsh paediatricians want.
Therefore, paediatricians should remind all parents to mince or thinly slice hot dogs before giving them to young children, Kapadia said.
Aside from the development of a network of paediatricians in the UAE, the strategic alliance will improve the practice of paediatric care across the emirates, by aligning it with the best and latest international care standards and guidelines.
Of those complaints seven were about paediatricians involving issues to do with child protection.
but we have to, as a paediatrician involved in child protection, put the children's interests first and foremost above all else, and do our best to minimise the suffering caused by the accusation (part) of the process.
Paediatrician Sir Roy Meadow is facing a GMC hearing regarding the evidence he gave in the trials of Angela Cannings and Sally Clark, mothers convicted but later cleared of murdering their babies.
Local authorities were ordered to examine thousands of civil cases where parents had been forced to give up their children for adoption after being accused of abuse on the testimony of paediatricians.
Both paediatricians had doubted the "explanation of accidental injury" - and "set a hare running", said the judge.
A survey of nearly 2,000 paediatricians across the UK, conducted by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), found that more than 80% of consultant paediatricians had no "programmed activities" in their job plan for research - and more than half undertook no research work at all.
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