As Regional Lead for Mersey, Dr Rosaline Garr relishes the opportunity to be involved in the development of fellow doctors, from helping to forecast the future of paediatrics, acting as examiner or being a course facilitator...
As a member - working in the UK or internationally, a paediatrician, nurse or allied health professional - you can contribute to promoting better outcomes for children through your combined experience, knowledge and influence, and will be supported throughout your career.
Opportunities for us to consult with members have been different during the pandemic, but your feedback matters now more than ever. As RCPCH Treasurer and Membership Committee Chair, Liz Marder reflects on this autumn's member survey.
Almost 3,000 members took the time to respond to our survey, offering your thoughts on our benefits and advocacy work, your working lives and wellbeing, and how we're doing on equality, diversity and inclusion. We present a summary of the key findings and the full report.
We've heard you and we're taking action. We outline our responses to the survey findings - from adapting to COVID-19 and beyond to focusing on retention, from representing members in our campaigns to supporting our diverse international membership.
We're offering a 50% reduction in the first year's Associate membership subscription for doctors working in the UK. This discount extends to training fees, which gives access to RCPCH ePortfolio, as well as our journal, Archives of Disease in Childhood.
The College's Council last met on 1 October 2020. The main topics discussed were updates on the Climate Change working group, the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) and NDAU and the Invited Reviews service.
All RCPCH members will soon receive information by email about renewing their membership for 2021. This year, the RCPCH Executive Committee has decided to increase fees by 2%. This is the first subscription fee increase since 2019, following a freeze in 2020, accompanied by a substantial reduction f...