American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The branch of pediatrics that deals with the diseases and care of newborn infants.
- n. medicine The branch of medicine that deals with newborn infants, especially the ill or premature newborn infant.
- n. that branch of pediatric medicine concerned with the newborn; the diagnosis and treatment of neonates
- From neonate. (Wiktionary)
“There are diverse academic paths in neonatology, including but not limited to physician-scientist, program director, division chief, NICU director, site investigator for multicenter trials.”
“To promote the choice of an academic career in neonatology”
“There's really no evidence that feeding with one bottle over another will make a difference" for better nutrition or any health issues, says Jatinder Bhatia , professor and chief of neonatology at Georgia Health Sciences University in Augusta, Ga., and chairman of the American Academy of Pediatric's nutrition committee.”
“Because teaching and communication are integral parts of a career in academic neonatology, we require that fellows participate in seminars offered by the Offices of Faculty and Professional Development at CHOP and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine designed to foster these skills.”
“Fellows Physiology Conference -- This is a two-year curriculum of fetal and neonatal physiology and pathophysiology taught by neonatology and other subspecialty attendings.”
“Surgery Bedside Teaching Rounds -- Surgery and neonatology attendings participate in a monthly discussion of relevant cases in the CHOP Newborn/Infant Intensive Care Unit”
“Teaching teams consist of attending neonatologist, neonatology fellow, senior pediatric resident, pediatric interns and other frontline clinicians (NNP, PA and hospitalist).”
“All lectures are open to our colleagues in maternal-fetal medicine, obstetrics, pediatric cardiology, radiology and neonatology.”
“Learn more about neonatology research at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.”
“This series features joint presentations by CHOP specialists in maternal-fetal medicine, fetal-neonatal-pediatric surgery, neonatology cardiothoracic surgery, pediatric cardiology and radiology.”
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