1: Introduction to community paediatrics 2: Working with child and family 3: Development 4: Neurodisability 5: Consults with allied professionals 6: Neurology for community paediatricians 7: Vision 8: Audiology 9: Mental health 10: Genetics for community paediatricians 11: Orthopaedics for community paediatricians 12: Child abuse 13: Adoption, fostering and looked after children 14: Social paediatrics 15: Educational paediatrics 16: Working with partner agencies 17: Public health 18: Support organisations 19: References and further reading Appendices
Sri Gada has worked as a Consultant Community Paediatrician at Oxford University Hospitals for 6 years and has been practising Community Paediatrics for over 10 years. He has been actively involved in teaching and training as a honorary senior clinical lecturer at the University of Oxford for over 5 years. He has conducted and organised Child Development Courses in Oxford for the past 4 years and has delivered courses in child development in UK and abroad. He has developed various services in Oxford and has participated in radio and television programmes on BBC and ITV. He has experienced disability and enablement in both his personal and professional life.
Fantastic little book - well laid out and concise with all the
information that you would ever need to look after kids in the
community... This will save many a paediatric doctor the need to
carry bits of paper, and laminated sheets with scattered
information. * Amazon Customer Review, Nov 2012 *
Easy to find information, easy to read, and easy to share with patients; a no-brainer addition to my reference shelf. * PULSE. Jan 2013 *