Customise your homepage Get started

Now your journey begins

Access our paediatric specialty training guide for updated information on current training pathways, including sub-specialty training and special interest modules, plus our trainee toolkit.

Vials with pipette
Preventing disease and illness can have a lifetime effect in children. Search our database to apply for funding for your next project.
Young girl wearing glasses looking to camera and writing in book
The voice of children and young people may be your most powerful tool. Learn how you can increase patient engagement to make a difference.
Close up of doctor using tablet computer
As a member, you have free online access to Archives of Disease in Childhood, with varoius sections such as global child health. Take advantage of this great benefit to browse, read and share.
Medical case

Supporting Ukraine

Read our member briefing outlining our work on your behalf. Access resources and further guidance to support you and colleagues.

Latest news and blogs

Announcement

Milestones magazine for members – autumn 2022

In this edition, we look back at the College’s biggest ever conference, with members sharing their highlights and stories of #RCPCH22. We’re also looking ahead to the #AskAboutAsthma campaign in September and how you can help patients get the right care.
Article

Advocating for child health: a reflection

Officer for Scotland, Dr Mairi Stark, reflects on the roles of paediatricians as advocates for children and young people as discussed in a recent podcast featuring Dr Mike McKean, Vice President for Policy.
Announcement

Contacting us about exams? Two new email addresses

If your question is about registering for the MRCPCH or Diploma of Child Health (DCH) exams, or about one of our three theory exams, contact us on theoryexams@rcpch.ac.uk. If your question is about the MRCPCH Clinical or DCH Clinical, contact us on clinicalexams@rcpch.ac.uk. More detail below.

We continue to look at the risks and impacts of COVID-19 on our members, the wider child health workforce and children and young people.