There is now a focus on addressing the huge backlog of procedures that have been delayed since the beginning of the pandemic in a safe and effective way. Our guidance, updated in June 2022, informs practice with up-to-date evidence.
Young people are experiencing the pandemic in so many ways, from mental health to education, from health services to vaccines... In 2020 and 2021, young people aged 16-25 formed the COVID-19 Book Club to review the evidence, and give their insights.
You can find all our resources relating to the pandemic and its impact on members, children and young people, in our listing, including position statements, consultation responses and support for training and examinations.
From the opening session led by young people of RCPCH &Us to insights into health inequalities and the deep impact of racism in the workforce, Camilla reflects on a wide reaching RCPCH Conference. She also highlights some future opportunities with the IPA conference and a last chance to complete our...
Baroness Hallett, chair of the COVID-19 public inquiry has written to the Prime Minister to request the terms of reference are expanded to include a focus on children. This follows a four-week consultation on the inquiry draft terms of reference which received over 20,000 responses, including from R...
Feeling valued and a sense of belonging is critical to good workplace culture, which is why our EDI work is so important. Camilla reflects on the collaboration and energy of our working group, alongside a range of College activity.
As Spring brings sunshine and optimism, we mustn’t lose sight on the challenges facing our members and children around the world. Camilla shares our work to support medics in Ukraine, our response to the COVID-19 enquiry and how the NHS looks after its staff.