Dr. Jack Newman
- Locum Tenens-Tawa, New Zealand, General Practice, October 1971-January 1972
- Emergency Physician-Hôpital Nôtre Dame, Montreal, July 1973-October 1973
- Physician Replacement-Vancouver B.C., October 1973-February 1974
- General Practice-CARE, Choluteca, Honduras, April 1974-October 1974
- General Practice-Rural Hospital, Coina, Peru, November 1974 (1 month)
- General Practice-Povugngituk, Nouveau-Quebec, July 1975-July 1976
- Camp doctor-Camp Lenox, Massachusetts, July-August 1981
- Principal Specialist-Pediatrics, Umtata Hospital, Umtata Transkei (Southern Africa), October 1981-April 1983
- Acting Director, Emergency Services, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto July 1, 1988-April 17, 1989
- Assistant Director, Emergency Services, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, April 17, 1989-October 2, 1989
- Staff supervisor, Emergency Department, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, July 1983-September 1990
- Acting Chief, Department of Pediatrics, Doctors Hospital, January 1, 1992-June 1, 1992
- Director, Breastfeeding Clinic, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, October 1984-March 1996
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