6 April 2021
We have successfully run two diets of the MRCPCH COVID Adapted Clinical exam for UK trainees in the past few months and we have learned a great deal as a result. The Examinations team wishes to thank all of our overseas candidates for your patience and understanding during this period.
25 March 2021
A statement responding to the UK Government's decision to institute cuts to its global aid budget, and the impact this decision will have on global child health.
19 February 2021
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health expresses deep sadness and great concern at the recent events in Myanmar.
16 June 2020
Unfortunately, the College and our overseas partners have decided that we cannot safely hold the MRCPCH Clinical exams in some overseas countries for the remainder of 2020. It is possible that there may be further postponements or cancellations of MRCPCH clinical exams in 2020.3 over the next few mo...
25 April 2019
New guidelines from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for children under 5 are “useful benchmarks” but require cautious interpretation, says RCPCH's Dr Max Davie.
27 March 2019
The RCPCH highly recommends vaccination and that anyone who has concerns or questions talk to their health visitor, practice nurse or general practitioner (GP).
1 December 2018
Congratulations to our Global team who have now won a prestigious British Medical Journal award for our work in Myanmar.
Enabling leading paediatricians and paediatric nurses from low- and middle-income countries to visit UK clinical centres where they can develop their knowledge and exchange good practice.
The Diploma of Child Health (DCH) Clinical assesses whether candidates have reached the standard in clinical skills expected of a newly appointed General Practitioner (GP) who has completed a short period of training in paediatrics. It is one of two exams for the DCH, and is currently available in t...
9 April 2018
One medical success story is increased cure rates for many childhood cancers - but this advance has only been in high income countries. We feature Tim Eden, founder of World Child Cancer.