We're looking at the curriculum area, Professional values and behaviours. Take a look at our flyer with children's views, use our learning presentation template and read or watch case studies from fellow trainees.
The success of our work relies on the dedication of UK clinicians. We recruit and prepare doctors, nurses and midwives who support all aspects of programme delivery, usually through long term placements abroad in our Global Links programme.
Join us in London on 29 October for this expert-led course, which will cover the tools and services that support diagnosis and ongoing management, as well as the coordination of child and family centred care.
There are an estimated 4 million children living in poverty in the UK – that’s 30 per cent of all children. Projections indicate that this number may rise to as much as 5 million by the end of the decade, yet national targets to reduce child poverty have been abolished.
‘We cannot expect to have a healthy future for the UK if we leave children behind. Poverty makes children sick.’ Together with Child Poverty Action Group, we asked child health professionals their views about poverty and the impact on child health.
Our landmark State of Child Health report is the first snapshot of infant, children and young people’s health across the UK. Our report covers physical and mental health and some of the main determinants of health, showing where our children are doing well but also where we must improve and how we can achieve this.
In his new presidential blog, Russell considers the huge updates in the health world across the UK, and how we can engage with Government to help ensure children and young people remain a priority in the NHS.