Whether you can help the College champion child protection, run invited reviews or represent the voice of trainees, we have some wonderful volunteering opportunities. Plus two new International Officer roles!
Our new report presents findings from services responsible for conducting child protection medical assessments. It shows positive national results in many areas, but a need to better protect our safeguarding workforce.
Dr Emily Parker is one of our new Clinical Fellows with the Clean Air Fund Partnership, and in her first blog, she describes how doctors are taking a more critical look at the impact of air pollution on children's health.
We hope you can join us on 25-27 March for our major event. With the input of more than 35 specialty groups, inspiring speakers and practical workshops, you can update your knowledge on what matters to you.
There are so many ways for members and others to support our work to improve child health. Apply for a committee role, support our exams and courses or volunteer in our global programmes. We also invite you to support our crucial work with a financial donation.
The Specialist, Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctors (SAS) committee works with the College to explore and move forward the issues relating to SAS doctors and other doctors in comparable non-training, non-standard grades working in paediatrics.
We are currently seeking National Representat...
The College is delighted to present two new opportunities to represent our ever expanding global membership. The International Officers - one representing Asia, and the other Africa, Middle East, Americas, Europe and Australasia - will report into Council.
RCPCH members are invited to apply for the role of Registrar. This senior Officer role works closely with the President, Treasurer, four Vice-Presidents and College staff to further the mission of the College, a charitable body that represents more than 22,000 members in the UK and abroad.
We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with an interest in clinical education and MRCPCH to join our MRCPCH Clinical scenario working groups. This is a great opportunity to develop your skills and to support the next generation of paediatricians.
Camilla writes her latest message from the 61st annual conference of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics, where she has led on talks on empowering women in child health leadership roles. There's been a full day of talks on vaccines and this is a good reminder for all members to "Think measles". Plus, a...
This week Camilla reminds members about the launch of Progress+ on 1 August (join in our 'pink' celebrations) and shares our new Thrive Paediatrics resource on best practice for transforming working lives.