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.
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From full access to our Child Protection Portal and online access to the Archives journal, plus event discounts - see what's available to your membership type.
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As a member, you can log in to your online account to keep your details up-to-date, including your personal and work details, contact preferences and interests.
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Our quarterly member magazine brings you all the latest College news, along with in depth features and regular items on life in paediatrics in the UK and around the world.
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Vote for your next RCPCH Registrar!

We have three member candidates for this Senior Officer role who will oversee areas of the College’s governance and ethical framework and its membership needs. Eligible members can now vote online.
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Members offer personal perspectives from across the diverse world of paediatrics - whether it's about volunteering with the College, exploring career options or sharing wellbeing tips...
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Express your creativity and indulge yourself with a bit of cooking! We're featuring members' favourite recipes, from Justin's Kakuni (pictured) to Katy Rose's plant-based dishes.
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For many, retirement is a celebration of life’s work, and often feels like a moment to relax and enjoy a new chapter. Senior members share their experiences and give practical tips.
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Become a member

Our quick questionnaire helps you find the right RCPCH membership type for your career stage, and apply.

Latest news on membership


RCPCH responds to NHS Practitioner Health announcement

RCPCH has responded to news about the NHS Practitioner Health announcement and calls for the mental health and wellbeing of NHS staff to be a priority focus for NHS decision makers into the future.

Announcing the 2024 national PAFTA winners

Every year the College recognises the very best in paediatric training across the UK. Three amazing members were announced as winners at RCPCH Conference in the categories for Junior Trainee (ST 1-3), Senior Trainee (ST 4-7) and Educational Supervisor.

Member volunteering opportunities

Volunteering opportunity

Write and review scenarios for clinical exams

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.