Your College - for members
Find out more about what your College is doing to support you to improve child health outcomes, how to stay informed and how to ensure your views are heard through our various communication channels.
Nominate yourself for a College post
Make a contribution to child health on a national or regional level, build skills and participate in College strategy. We invite all members to nominate themselves for College posts on Council and committees.
Your RCPCH President
Professor Neena Modi is your College President, and officially started at the Annual General Meeting in April 2015. Neena is Professor of Neonatal Medicine at Imperial College London.
She has clinical duties as an Honorary Consultant in Neonatal Medicine at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust. She is also Chair of the BMJ Ethics Committee, President of the UK Neonatal Society and leads a large neonatal research programme at Imperial College London.
RCPCH in your region
Each College region in the UK and Republic of Ireland has an elected representative who represents you at Council, the RCPCH governing body.
Regional email bulletins and meetings are opportunities for information, networking and sharing your views with Council.
Clinical Excellence Awards (CEAs)
These fixed term awards recognise and reward the exceptional contribution of NHS consultants, over and above that normally expected in a post.
You can keep up to date with the latest news from across the college and find out how to get involved in new College projects via our regular newsletters and eBulletins.
Past editions of the monthly eBulletins (you will need to sign in)
Let us know what you think about the latest College news and announcements, and join our campaigns, by joining our conversation.
@RCPCHtweets - our main Twitter account, with child health and College-related news and updates
@RCPCH_trainees - dedicated to news and information for paediatric trainees
@RCPCH_and_Us - & Us network (the voice of children, young people and families)