7 February 2019
The UK's Chief Medical Officers have issued guidance on children and young people's use of social media and screen time.
Teaching is the key element for all paediatricians, be that teaching their colleagues, children or families. This is one of a series of resources - developed with and by trainees, supervisors and children and young people - to support trainees in understanding and achieving a domain in the curriculu...
29 January 2019
The RCPCH is pleased to announce the results of the recent Vice Presidential elections. Dr Simon Clark has been elected Vice President for Health Policy and Professor Nick Bishop has been elected Vice President for Science and Research. They will take up their posts on 6 March 2019.
15 March 2019
Children's Headache Training (CHaT) has been designed to improve knowledge and skills amongst health professionals who care for children and young people with headaches.
These resources are part of our series to help trainees understand and achieve a domain in RCPCH Progress curriculum. They can help you ensure your practice prioritises patient safety, and that it strives to improve the experiences and outcomes of your patients and their families.
26 November 2018
The Examinations Executive Committee are introducing modifications to the structure and scoring system of the MRCPCH Clinical examination. Trainees and examiners have provided significant input into these changes, which were approved by the GMC (General Medical Council) in July 2018. These changes...
7 November 2018
The study aims to determine the incidence of FAS in the UK and Ireland, investigate which services are accessed by babies and children affected by the condition and raise awareness about FAS among clinical practitioners.
Paediatricians at all levels need to demonstrate they can apply an evidence-based approach to their practice - and so need research skills.
23 October 2018
As the Chancellor's budget approaches, over 100 organisations, including the RCPCH, come together to ask that he puts children at the heart of its spending decisions.
10 October 2018
The General Medial Council has announced that all their fitness to practise decision makers, case examiners and clinical experts are to receive Human Factors training, and advice on modifying investigation processes, as part of a collaboration agreed with Oxford University’s Patient Safety Academy.