Have you seen our new Instagram account? As we get things started, we have a competition for members. Submit your photo that celebrates 'paediatrics in everyday life' for a chance to win gift vouchers.
Each year we present the James Spence Medal (pictured) and Honorary Fellowship to a small number of people who have demonstrated a major contribution to child health. We're now seeking members' nominations for both honours.
This course will further develop your skills and confidence as an educational supervisor. It explores how to undertake effective assessments and gives ample opportunity for delegate participation and practical exercises.
This course focuses on the early recognition of neuromuscular conditions, bringing together a multiprofessional team to deliver a case-based programme for health visitors, nurses, physiotherapists, general practitioners and allied healthcare professionals.
A focused barrister-led course designed to help paediatricians develop their statement and report writing skills. This interactive course will focus on showcasing examples of best practise and ways to avoid common pitfalls. As part of the learning process delegates will also have the opportunity to ...
Children’s oral health has been gaining attention in the UK media. Dental extractions are now the most common reason for a child of 5-9 years to be admitted to hospital in England and Wales. Our webinar is for health professionals who may need to provide advice for families.
These can be some of the hardest issues for health and social care professionals to deal with in terms of safeguarding children. Being able to recognise and manage emotional abuse and neglect in a coordinated multiagency approach can ensure children get the help and support they need.
Children and young people are at risk of exploitation in a growing number of ways. To help keep them safe, health and social care professionals need to understand how this can happen, the different types of exploitation children may be exposed to, the signs to look out for and what can be done to mi...