We have three exciting new Officer and Assistant Officer roles open to members - in climate change, careers and child protection. Plus vacancies on a new general paediatrics committee and posts especially for SAS doctors and trainees.
The front cover of our Epilepsy12 organisational and clinical audits report for 2023 embodies the spirit of resilience. The documents give insight into the diagnosis and care of children and young people with epilepsy, and the organisation of services.
Join us on 14 November in London for our first 'listening event'. The CPD-accredited day has the collective wellbeing and working lives of paediatricians at its heart, and we want to hear your stories.
The sixth annual Epilepsy12 and Organisation of Paediatric Epilepsy Networks (OPEN UK) national conference takes place on Wednesday 27 September 2023. You can find conference resources and more information about the event on this page.
Set in the context of a political deprioritisation of children and young people within the UK Government’s current health agenda, this new report, published by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, makes the case for prioritising the prevention of ill health in childhood.
If you're planning to apply to train in a paediatric sub-specialty in the 2023-24 recruitment round, please join us for this informative webinar. The RCPCH sub-specialty recruitment team will guide you through the application process.
In September 2023 we responded to the Department for Education’s Open Consultation on Working Together to Safeguard Children: Changes to statutory guidance on inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
As we publish our manifesto for the next UK General Election, Dr Camilla Kingdon explains why this is a crucial opportunity to speak up for children’s health, and how members will be able to get involved.
The next UK General Election is expected to be called by the Prime Minister in 2024 and with political parties already preparing their policy platforms for the campaign period, we need to be prepared. That is why we’ve published our manifesto that calls on political parties to support children’s hea...
This leadership role is at the heart of College decision-making. The appointed candidate will sit on the College’s Board of Trustees, the body with overall legal responsibility for the organisation’s work as a charity.
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking its next President for the 2024-27 term. This an exciting, high-profile leadership role that is fundamental to the work of the College. The President is at the forefront of all activities at the RCPCH, championing paediatrics and child hea...