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Immunization specialists are the specialists that have knowledge and skills of immunization. Immunizations protect us from severe infection and also prevent the spread of these diseases to others. The Immunization specialists reduce and eliminate the spread of vaccine-preventable diseases by providing vaccination and education services. They have knowledge of the latest developments and technology in the area of immunization, epidemiology or related technical fields. Immunization specialists also have analytical, communication, supervisory, advocacy, managerial skills, and teamwork abilities.
A pediatrician is a doctor trained and educated in diagnosing and treating childhood conditions and illness. These conditions and illness may range from minor to serious diseases. They are trained in managing the mental, physical and behavioral health issues in children from birth until the age of 18. Duties and responsibilities of pediatrician involve conducting medical examinations, establishing treatment plans, developing diagnoses, communicating with caregivers and parents, providing referrals to specialists, and maintaining patient records. They also provide immunizations according to school or medical guidelines.
A psychiatrist is a medical doctor who trained in diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental, behavioral, and emotional disorders including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, and substance use disorders. Psychiatrists provide a wide range of treatments including psychological treatment also called psychotherapy or talking therapy, medication, and brain stimulation therapies such as electroconvulsive therapy. Psychiatrists assess all of the mental and physical symptoms by examining mental or physical status, brain imaging such as a computerized tomography (CT), or positron emission tomography (PET) scan, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and blood testing.