CLINICAL PEDIATRICS
WITH AN EMPHASIS ON AMBULATORY
AND OUTPATIENT MEDICINE

Clinical Pediatrics is a must read for the busy pediatrician-and what practicing pediatrician isn't? Here is the vital source of concise, convenient, up-to-date, authoritative, and practical information.

Delivered monthly, Clinical Pediatrics has one overriding goal: to help physicians with all the issues--clinical, scientific, social, and ethical--involved in improving the care of their young patients.

The mission of Clinical Pediatrics is to provide a real service to physicians: a continual stream of good advice at an affordable price.

No wonder that Clinical Pediatrics is one of only five recommended pediatrics journals on the well-respected Brandon Hill Selected List of Books andlournals for the Small Medical Library, 1999/2000 Edition.










AN AUTHORITATIVE AND COMPREHENSIVE JOURNAL
The contents of Clinical Pediatrics are peerreviewed under the guidance of a distinguished editorial board including physicians at hospitals, clinics, and medical colleges throughout the United States. Thisjournal is practice-oriented. It publishes articles, reports, and reviews of value to the practitioner in all areas of child care.

The editors of Clinical Pediatrics make it as wide-ranging as your own professional concerns. It covers any topic involved in pediatric practice, clinical research, behavioral and educational problems, and community health issues, as well as subspecialty or affiliated specialty applications to pediatric practice. In short, Clinical Pediatrics has the information that helps you run your practice better.

WITH ORIGINAL AND PRACTICAL MATERIAL

Each issue provides: Original articles containing innovative clinical research focusing on diagnosis and management, as well as on health care delivery issues. Review articles on subjects relevant to the delivery of health care to children, with particular emphasis on the basic science foundation of clinical practice.

Brief reports of fewer than 1,500 words on treatment of patients with noteworthy conditions.

Literature and media reviews, with commentaries and critiques, covering articles in the pediatric journal literature, books, videotapes, and software.

In short, Clinical Pediatrics is a lively forum, with editorials and letters discussing the foremost pediatric care issues of the day.

PEER-REVIEWED AND REAL-WORLD
With a subscription to Clinical Pediatrics, you join your colleagues as they tackle the tough issues that confront you in your daily practice. During the past year, Clinical Pediatrics has published practical material on:

        Management of Atopic Dermatitis

        Group A Streptococcal Infections in Toddlers

        Acute Sinusitis in Children

        Splenic Injuries in Children

        Back Pain in Children

        Neonatal Pelvic Mass

        Home Schooled Children

        Chest Radiographs in the Pediatric Emergency Department

        Imaging in Children with Down's Syndrome

        Test Ordering in Children with Abdominal Pain

The treatment of topics in Clinical Pediatrics is spirited and confrontational. Editorials present alternative ideas as well as supporting information and express opinions about current controversies in pediatrics.