In our summer 2023 edition, we prepare for the new training currriculum Progress+! Members discuss collaborative working in youth-friendly services and a paediatrician shares lessons learnt as both parent and doctor on the neonatal unit.
Doctors at all levels come across children and families in their work, and it's essential that newly qualified doctors can effectively interact with, assess and care for babies, children and young people. This curriculum provides Medical Schools with a framework and recommended learning outcomes to ...
We're seeking volunteers to lead on our work in examinations and assessments. This includes the development and quality assurance of scenarios for our clinical exams, of our theory exam materials and of the START assessment for trainees.
The Epilepsy12 audit supports continuous improvement activities within paediatric epilepsy services in England and Wales. We aim to improve clinical outcomes and reduce variation in care quality for children and young people with epilepsy.
In our second series of College Strategy 2021-24 podcasts we look at the Strategy in action. Hearing stories from clinicians, children and young people and staff about the impact our work has made on the community and within paediatric clinical practice.
There are about 1,000 children and young people placed in secure settings at any one time on justice or welfare grounds. This cohort of children often have complex needs that span mental health, neurodevelopmental need, substance misuse, and physical health, which can be hard to reach through tradit...
This report highlights the impact our programme had on paediatric diabetes units across England and Wales from 2018 to early 2023, from the successful Quality Improvement Collaboratives to individual service peer reviews and self-assessment.