Guidelines published to encourage food industry to lower children’s sugar intake. Professor Russell Viner, Officer for Health Promotion, responds
Professor Russell Viner, RCPCH Officer for Health Promotion responds
Professor Mary Fewtrell responds
The RCPCH has been recognised as a Top 100 Best Not-For-Profit Organisation to Work For, rating 72nd.
New standards for hospital-based facilities that assess, investigate, observe and treat children and young people typically within 24 hours
UCL will celebrate the life and work of Professor Neville with a series of lectures on 3 May.
Publications and resources
Annual Review 2016
Our 2016 annual review, published in February 2017, provides an overview of RCPCH activities from the calendar year, 01 January 2016 - 31 December 2016.
Disability Matters in Britain 2016
Published on 30 November, this report offers practical examples of inclusion and suggestions on how to ensure that disabled children and young people are included in services most take for granted.
Read the report (PDF)
Safe system framework
This framework aims to improve recognising and responding to children at risk of deterioration.