A recognised and respected authority on child health, the College is committed to working with our Members to respond to consultations on children and young people's health. These consultations will shape the way that children's healthcare is delivered in future.
Playing action video games can help dyslexic children to improve their reading skills, and is more effective than some traditional teaching methods, according to an Italian study.
After just 12 hours of gameplay, dyslexic children were able to read an additional 0.39 syllables per second than they could previously – an improvement that would take them more a year to develop naturally.
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The BPSU welcomes applications from clinicians and researchers who wish to carry out national surveillance on rare childhood diseases.
The BPSU provides access to over 3,400 paediatricians and lessens the burden on those clinicians of requests for information from numerous different sources. The BPSU Executive also `provides expertise and support to prospective researchers to ensure that research methodologies are effective and appropriate.