Courses & Events

Courses

All our CPD courses are developed and delivered by experts. They are relevant to all doctors working in paediatrics and child health, and many other professionals. You can now book some courses online.

Effective Educational Supervision

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In June 2013 the RCPCH launched this training programme, Effective Educational Supervision, specifically targeting paediatric trainees, SAS and

Northern Ireland Medical & Dental Training Agency (NIMDTA), Belfast
15 April 2015

Introduction to Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

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This course aims to introduce participants to the concept of quality improvement and patient safety (QIPS) in healthcare.

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Bristol
7 May 2015

Annual Conference

Banner for RCPCH Annual Conference, with theme: Advocating for children in a rapidly changing world

Make sure you’re part of the UK’s largest paediatrics and child health conference in 2015.

Our invigorating programme includes a wide range of symposia and workshops, notable keynote speakers from diverse professional background, updates on key clinical issues, the latest paediatric science and an extensive abstract programme.

Each of the three days is themed:

  • Day 1: Advocating for children through improving health services
  • Day 2: International child health advocacy
  • Day 3: Advocating through science and research

We look forward to welcoming you.

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RCPCH Events

The College offers a wide range of events - from project launches, President’s Dinner and Membership Ceremonies, as well as networking and engagement events.

Wessex RCPCH Roadshow, with Paediatric Innovations in Wessex

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The RCPCH Council invites all members to a series of UK-wide roadshows. This event gives you an opportunity to meet with colleagues, Officers,

Salisbury Hospital, Postgraduate Centre (Lecture Theatre)
19 May 2015

Featured course

How to manage: Paediatric sickle cell disease - 6 CPD credits

This course forms part of the How to manage series. It aims to provide delegates with an overview of sickle cell disease and its management - from outpatients to emergency departments and high dependency care. It will provide delegates with information and updates on escalating care, screening and prevention of paediatric strokes and bone marrow transplantations

Location: RCPCH London
Date: 5 May 2015

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