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Pamela Davies

Pamela Davies

Dr. Pamela Davies FRCP, HonFRCPCH, DCH (born 1924 - died 2009) was a British consultant paediatrician, who specialised in neonatal follow up and infection.[1]


Pamela Davies

Born1924 (1924)
Died2009 (aged 8485)
NationalityUnited Kingdom

After a period as a junior hospital doctor and then Lecturer in the United Oxford Hospitals, and was appointed Consultant Paediatrician at the Hammersmith Hospital from 1966 to 1982.[2]

In 1964, she and Dr. Victoria Smallpeice collaborated on the introduction of very early enteral feeding with human milk in preterm infants.[3]

She was a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (FRCP) and an Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (HonFRCPCH)


  1. "Pamela Anne Davies". Munks Roll - Lives of the fellows. Royal College of Physicians. XII. 30 June 2009. Retrieved 17 May 2018.
  2. Daphne Christie; Tilli Tansey, eds. (2001). Origins of Neonatal Intensive Care. Wellcome Witnesses to Contemporary Medicine. History of Modern Biomedicine Research Group. ISBN 978-0-85484-076-2. OL 11612212M. Wikidata Q29581646.
  3. Philip, Alistair G. S. (1 February 2004). "Historical Perspectives". NeoReviews. pp. e29–e32. doi:10.1542/neo.5-2-e29. Retrieved 12 June 2017.

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