We continue to look at the risks and impacts of COVID-19 on our members, the wider child health workforce and children and young people.
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The College is open

Our London office is open Monday through Thursday. Staff work in our building or from home, and are available by email or phone each weekday.

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.
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Our guidance, produced with BPAIIG, outlines key practices of good care, the pathology of COVID-19, clinical and laboratory features in children, investigations, treatments and discharge.
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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.
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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.
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Our guidance, position statements and case studies aim to support members in different paediatric settings over the winter period. This includes recommendations on the management of children with viral respiratory tract infections such as RSV.