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UKHSA urges the public and parents of young children who may have missed their routine vaccinations to ensure their polio vaccinations are up-to-date after polio was found in sewage in North-East London.
In the first of our new Educational Supervisor series, Dr Lizzie Starkey, Assistant Officer for Trainer Development gives an update to Educational Supervisors on preparing for Progress+. She covers what the changes to the training programme will mean for supervisors and their trainees.
In April 2022, we responded to a Scottish Government consultation on the advertising and promotion of vaping products in Scotland. Below is a short summary, with our full response available in the downloads section.
On 21 June 2022 the Scottish Government published the National Care Service Bill. The Bill as written allows Scottish Ministers to transfer social care responsibility from local authorities to a new, national service.
This month, Dr Sarah Arthur inspires us with case studies on how we might rethink everyday practice to improve morale and job satisfaction in teams. And, two consultants talk us through their strategies for themselves and their colleagues.
To support the drive to digitise healthcare, we have developed an innovative digital-clinical tool to accurately calculate centiles for a child’s height, weight, head circumference and BMI for digital growth assessments.
In this one-hour session, our development team will walk you through the too...
In celebration of Volunteers' Week, these awards recognise the hard work and dedication of children, young people and families who volunteer with RCPCH &Us. This year our judging panel had a tough job on their hands: over 280 people had volunteered more than 890 hours through RCPCH &Us. Find out who...
This guidance covers the pathway and clinical considerations in the following situations:
(1) care of a child or young person (CYP) with suspected monkeypox,
(2) CYP contact of a confirmed case of monkeypox,
(3) newborn baby of a mother with suspected or confirmed monkeypox.