Have your say
We invite members to share their views with us on important College issues.
Members website panel
We are looking for members to provide ideas and feedback about this website.
From late April, when you sign in to the website, you will see your dashboard' - with news, professional development updates and resources tailored to your interests, location and career stage.
We invite you to take 15-20 minutes to test a prototype from 13 to 9am, 23 February 2015. You can do this from your own computer, or with a staff member in one of our UK offices.
Contact Kirsten Olson at firstname.lastname@example.org
Consult on clinical guidelines and quality standards before implementing them
The College comments on draft guidance documents developed by NICE, SIGN and other organisations. We invite members to join our consultation panel, and review guidance around your expertise.
Are you interested in contributing to the College's media and political work?
Join our Press Panel to act as College spokesperspon, commenting on areas of specific clinical interest to you - whether that's meningitis, diabetes, child development and neonatal medicine.
We're keen to get more members involved in our work to lobby politicians to ensure child health is high on the political agenda - particularly around the upcoming General Election in the UK.
Nominations are now open for College posts, including on Council, as regional representatives and on committees. You can make a contribution to child health, build skills and participate in College strategy.
At the start of her three-year tenure as RCPCH President in 2012, Dr Hilary Cass set out her six priorities for the College:
- in your control
- closer to you
- in your workplace
- delivering more education
- focussing on policy
- as part of coalitions