We provide a range of internal and external services for the College. These include:
- administrative support for senior College committees including the Board of Trustees
- the College's nominations and elections process
- support for the College's role in the Advisory Appointments Committee process
- support for the College's role as a National Nominating Body in the ACCEA process for Clinical Excellence Awards
- internal support for work around contracts, IP ownership, insurance, legal issues, complaints, and risk.
The team can be contacted via email@example.com.
Clinical Excellence Awards (CEAs) are fixed term awards given to recognise and reward the exceptional contribution of NHS consultants, over and above that normally expected in a post, to the values and goals of the NHS and to patient care. Awards are time limited, usually for five years, and are ren...
24 April 2019
The College's Council last met on 13 February 2019. The main topics discussed were an update on membership engagement, the workforce briefing from last December and the creation of a Nominations committee. Further details are below.
16 April 2019
Eligible members are invited to elect the next Vice Chair of the Trainees Committee.
Anyone hiring a paediatrician to provide an NHS service has to organise a special interview panel, an Advisory Appointments Committee (AAC), if they are recruiting a consultant or a specialty doctor. This explains the role of the RCPCH and College rep, with a full guide for employers, employees and...
Find out how the College works with and supports Staff Grade, Associate Specialist and Specialty (SAS) doctors in training, continuing professional development, research and health policy.
Paediatricians and other clinicians often have to take very difficult decisions while acting in strict accordance with the law and with sensitivity towards the customs and beliefs practiced by their patients and their patients' families. These resources are intended to support the training and crit...
This is bestowed by the RCPCH to a small number of individuals who have demonstrated, through research or clinical commitment, major contributions to paediatrics during their career. Nominations are open once a year and Honorary Fellows are admitted at RCPCH Conference.
This policy details the requirements for an RCPCH member to be in 'good standing'. This is a requirement for application to all College posts. This version was agreed by RCPCH Executive Committee, September 2018.
RCPCH members lead on the College’s mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’. Members are invited to nominate themselves for a range of posts on RCPCH committees. We look forward to receiving your nomination.
The James Spence Medal is awarded for outstanding contributions to the advancement or clarification of paediatric knowledge and is the highest honour bestowed by the RCPCH.