College strategy 2021-24

Our strategy describes how RCPCH will continue our work to improve health outcomes for children and young people. Building on our vision to lead the way in children's health, we outline our four strategic aims, how we'll do it and what we focus on.
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Strategic aim 1

To harness knowledge, data and intelligence to improve the quality of care for children and young people.
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Strategic aim 2

To equip members with the skills and knowledge they need through training and assessment.
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Strategic aim 3

To speak with confidence and authority on the health issues that matter to children and young people, and on policies that speak to our values and our mission.
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Strategic aim 4

To develop our communities, supporting members throughout their careers and attracting new recruits, ensuring the College is financially sustainable and well-resourced.
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We understand the importance of improving health outcomes for the youngest members of society, and our members stand at the front of this work.
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At a glance: Vision, mission and priorities

A conversation between our CEO and President

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"This strategic document is really setting, if you like, guiderails for where we see the College going over this next period..." Our CEO, Jo Revill spoke with RCPCH President Camilla Kingdon about the College's strategy for the next three years.