News & Campaigns
The College leads the way in children and young people’s health on behalf of its membership.
We engage with the media, government, NHS, children's charities and other stakeholders to improve healthcare for children in the UK and overseas.
Find out the latest child health news and how to get involved.
Substandard mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers is creating long-term costs.
A study of teenagers' purchasing habits found they bought fewer sugary drinks and more water when the signs were up.
Our current campaigns include:
The RCPCH's #childhealthmatters campaign aims to secure policy commitments from political parties that will improve the health and lives of children and young people in the lead up to the general election in 2015 and beyond.
Why Children Die
By looking at existing mortality data for the UK, the RCPCH's Why Children Die campaign aims to identify ways to reduce preventable child mortality across the UK.