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Pediatrician final

  2. 2. A pediatrician is a child's physician who provides medical care for children who are acutely or chronically ill. Pediatricians manage the physical , mental , and emotional well-being of their patients . Pediatricians tend to focus on babies, children, adolescents, and young adult from birth to age 21. WHAT IS A PEDIATRICIAN?
  3. 3. The first step of becoming a pediatrician is to become a physician which involves graduating from college and going to medical school. One does a residency in pediatric medicine after graduating from medical school( up to 3 years). BECOMING A PEDIATRICIAN
  4. 4. How To Become A Pediatrician
  5. 5. The biggest benefit of having a pediatrician for your little one is that a pediatrician deals only with children. Infants, toddlers, pre-teens and young adults need special care, making a pediatrician the most equipped educationally and professionally to treat your child. A pediatrician is also adept at making a child feel comfortable, which in turn leads to greater cooperation. BENEFITS OF BEING A PEDIATRICIAN
  6. 6. A pediatrician’s salary is considerably affected by several factors such as advanced education, work experience, field of specialization, subspecialty board certification, working in private practice or medical facility, and geographic location. An average starting salary for a pediatrician is around $135,000 per annum while the one with few years of medical experience receives about $175,000 a year. An average hourly wage for a pediatrician is about $77.60 per hour. PEDIATRICIAN SALARY
  7. 7. PODCAST
  8. 8. According to the American Medical Association 9.6% of active physicians were in pediatrics in 2007, and the job outlook for physicians in general is very good for the coming years. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projected a 22% growth in employment from 2008-2018 JOB OUTLOOK
  9. 9. • Harvard University, • University of Pennsylvania • Johns Hopkins University TOP 3 SCHOOLS
  10. 10. Typical Day As A Pediatrician A DAY AS A PEDIATRICIAN
  11. 11.  Was a famous pediatrician at San Louis  A founding father of pediatric radiology  He loved kid, and died at the age of 87  Added a hefty dose of showmanship to the practice of pediatric medicine  He put himself through college by doing magic , used that talent and skill in treating his patients and distracting them from medical procedures. DR. ARMAND BRODEUR
  12. 12. ANIMATIONS
  13. 13.  Your pediatrician will use a variety of equipment for routine care and special equipment for other conditions. In fact, a pediatrician uses basically the same equipment as any other doctor, except that some of it designed with its use for children in mind.  Examples include baby scales and child-sized blood pressure cuffs.  Diagnostic equipment helps pediatricians determine whether their patients have any diseases or medical conditions. This type of equipment can also help a pediatrician determine whether a child is developing normally. An otoscope helps the doctor look inside the ears to check for signs of infection. EQUIPMENT
  14. 14. A pediatrician is a doctor who takes care of children from birth to age 21. Most pediatricians will say they love children and want to help children, adolescents, young adults and their families. Pediatricians have careers that are flexible, varied and rewarding. Pediatricians must have at least 11 years of training after high school. Pediatricians work in private practice offices, hospital, public health clinics, schools and many other places. Pediatricians work about 50 hours per week. Pediatricians are licensed by the states they practice in. They must take many tests. Pediatricians have been paid less than other doctors, but as doctors they are paid more than many other workers. Pediatricians are people who care for children and families, including the problems they face in society. OVERALL INFORMATION
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