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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
Dr Stewart is a paediatrician available to consult on a full range of conditions affecting children from birth to 16 years, including feeding problems, reflux, headaches, wheeze, coughs, rashes, constipation, injuries, other sport related problems and all acute or infective presentations.
Dr Stewart is the service director for Paediatric Emergency at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust which manages over 60,000 acute presentations across 2 sites. He is also lead for undergraduate education, procedural sedation and is an instructor for resuscitation and simulation.
Dr Stewart attended St Andrews and Cardiff Universities, graduating in 1997, where he won the prize for Paediatrics and placed first in selection for the All Wales Training Scheme. His training has covered a broad range of specialities including neurology, cardiology, renal medicine, gastroenterology, general paediatrics, intensive care, sports and emergency medicine. He completed fellowships in the world renowned Toronto Hospital for Sick Children and Westmead Children's Hospital in Sydney where he completed over 100 airborne retrievals.
Dr Stewart is an honorary senior Lecturer at Imperial College where he won the Teaching Excellence Award, 2014. He is regularly invited to deliver lectures at symposia and is published extensively in a wide range of topics including bronchiolitis, gastroenterology, service quality, injuries and activity levels in children with diabetes.
Areas of interest
Post Graduate and Undergraduate Education. Procedural Sedation Lead, APLS and Simulation Instructor. Sports Medicine.
- 020 7460 5700
Current NHS consultant posts held
Chelsea and Westminster
Service development, sports medicine.
(Additional) Languages spoken
Apparent life-threatening events: difficult for parents, difficult for clinicians. Arch Dis Child doi: 10.1136/archdischild-2013-303746
Predictors of Clinically Significant Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage amongst Children with Hematemesis. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2011 Nov 18.
Specialist Registrar Out of Program Experience; Overview of Clinical experience in a Canadian Tertiary Paediatric Emergency Department. Welsh Paed J 2009;31:10-13.
Symptomatic Rickets In A Teenager With Autistic Spectrum Disorder
Child; Health, Care and Development. Sept 2007. Vol 34(2):276-8.
Self Assessment Questions Current Paediatrics. Apr 2005. Vol 15(4):360-364.
Reference number 4434018
Affiliations / memberships
Royal College of Paediatics and Child Health, Association of Paediatric Emergency Medicine, General Medical Council.