The Vale Resort
Vale of Glamorgan
CF72 8JY (CF72 8JX for SAT NAV users)
Welsh Paediatric Society Dinner
A drinks and canapé reception will take place at 7.00pm, with a dinner and dance from 7.30pm.
The dinner and dance are included in the registration fee, and a nominal charge of £15 (£10 for WPS members and member’s guests) will be applied to medical students and to guests who are only attending dinner.
For those working in Child health who are motivated to improve the quality of healthcare of children and young people.
The RCPCH is launching an important new series of education courses on Quality Improvement and Patient Safety. The series offers a range of training for all child health practitioners interested in encouraging quality improvement.
A lot has happened in the last 6 months, including the Turning the Tide launch which took place at the end of November 2012. This was a real push towards improving the way in which research involving children and young people is conducted, as well as encouraging those who should be undertaking research to do so.
The RCPCH is looking to rename its quarterly member newsletter and we want our members’ help to come up with a new name.
Currently called Notes, the newsletter has recently undergone a redesign and we’re now keen to find a title that reflects the content a bit better. The print newsletter keeps members up to date on College news, provides information on the latest paediatric education and training initiatives and encourages Members to have their say and get involved in College activity.
This page exists to provide Staff, Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctor (SAS) Committee members with access to papers for the next meeting of the RCPCH SAS Committee.
This page is in the secure section of the College website and is only accessible to members of the RCPCH SAS Committee. Members are asked to treat this page and all its contents as confidential at all times.
I remember the first time my friend’s dad picked us up from primary school.
We got in the car, shyly shuffled across the back seat and as we drove away from the school gates he lit up a cigarette. Even though the front driver’s window was open, I remember this horrible smell creeping up my nose which was then followed by noticeable wafts of smoke blowing back into my face. It felt like I was slowly suffocating.
A Consortium of experts is to deliver a £2.2m educational and advice programme to improve mental health outcomes for children
Identifying and treating young people with mental health problems is set to be transformed with the announcement today (Wednesday 10 October) of a pioneering e-portal which aims to support professionals in preventing decline in children’s mental health.
Hi, I’m Ravi, I’m 19 years-old and I’ve just finished my first year of medical school. So I’m sure you won’t be surprised when I say I have a real passion for medicine and how the health service is run.
This - my first blog for the RCPCH – aims to give you an insight into my view of The Future Forum.