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.
Disclaimer: We work very hard to check the evidence for all the topics we write about but, like anyone else, we can make mistakes and medical evidence is continually updated. I take no responsibility for any decisions you may make by blindly following anything written here. We offer it all as food for thought only; feel free to add your comments.
November/December 2016 newsletter uploaded!
|Nov/Dec 2016: 2 months in one because life got a bit hectic for a while. HbA1c units this month, first part of safeguarding information on gangs, phenytoin warning, last bit of orthopaedic feet and links to a couple of good courses on paediatric ECGs and learning about urgent care.
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