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RCPCH Conference 2023 abstracts

Read our guidance and submit your abstract for oral and ePosters presentations for next year's Conference in Glasgow 23-25 May.
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Progress+ will go live summer 2023. Read our guidance on how trainees at different ST levels will move through the programme.
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Visit our hub for resources, FAQs and guidance related to the clinical exam for UK and international candidates.
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Latest news and blogs

President's blog

Recognising the challenge - President's blog

Camilla reflects on her recent trip to Scotland celebrating ‘Paediatrics Past and Present’ and remembers the lives of two outstanding clinicians. She also signposts updates to resources for services facing extreme pressures this winter.
Announcement

Dr Ronny Cheung appointed as Officer for Health Services

Dr Ronny Cheung has become the new Officer of Health Services at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. Dr Cheung works as a general paediatrician at the Evelina London Children's Hospital.
Article

Wellbeing in paediatrics - by choice and not by chance

Paediatricians Dr Jatinder Khipal, Dr Darshika Gonapoladeniyage and Dr Jyothi Srinivas tell us about their wellbeing week at Milton Keynes, University Hospital which allowed staff to pause, reflect and get involved in activities to focus on their health.
Article

Will you take on International Buy Nothing Day?

As the festive period begins and on International Buy Nothing Day, Dr Lucy Reynolds, a Community Consultant Paediatrician based in Glasgow, reflects on the environmental and developmental cost of modern materialism. As a member of the Climate Change Advocating for Change Working Group, she also disc...
Rosy Wells on a road bike

Last year's membership survey included, for the first time, some questions on climate change. Dr Rosy Wells, an avid cycler, consultant in paediatric allergy and member of our climate change working group, highlights the key findings... and what the College is now doing.