It is put together by a UK general paediatric consultant ably assisted and kept on her toes by bright-eyed, enthusiastic registrars (paediatricians in training) who ask questions the majority of which she can’t possibly answer without consulting the evidence-base.
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June 2019 newsletter uploaded!
June 2019 edition
June 2019: what does it mean when there is “blood” on a urine dipstick? The approach to coca cola coloured urine this month. Also a reminder of safeguarding CPD requirements for all of us working with children, more on the terminology of care and a structure to thinking about possible causes of macrocephaly.