As part of its ongoing careers work, the RCPCH launches its 2020 #ChoosePaediatrics campaign with the focus on retention and looking at how we retain the paediatric workforce today and tomorrow. Host Daniel Waeland, Director of Education & Training is joined by Camilla Kingdon, Vice President for...
CEAs are fixed term awards that 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 renewable by competitive applic...
Our Stepping Up programme supports the five year period from RCPCHStart (Specialty Trainee 7+) to the end of year three consultancy. This page is for the regional Stepping Up Champions supporting the programme.
Make the most of your paediatric training. This document for trainees (and their trainers) covers the essential elements on what to expect from a training post. We have also provided examples of good practice - aiming to reflect variation across the country - that showcase how different centres look...
We provide tips, guidance and support for paediatric clinical leads and clinical directors, and other paediatricians working in leadership roles.
This Charter outlines what trainees expect from every training unit in the UK, across key domains. We hope that training units will strive to achieve these aims and that the Charter will be a hallmark of high quality local training. References from the GMC and Gold Guide have been given.
Online interactions and use of social media are certainly not new, but we have put together some references to support our members' work in this area. These cover doctors' use of social media, the impact of screen time on children and young people as well as resources for parents, carers and young p...
These websites provide paediatricians with direct links to health, wellbeing and other referral sites for doctors in need.
As a Level 3 paediatric trainee or post completion paediatrician, you may wish to apply for a SPIN module. This comprises additional training and experience in a clinical area, and is available within training or after completing training.