Committees

RCPCH members lead on the College’s mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’ through committees. Each month we advertise our vacancies and invite members to nominate themselves.
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Academic Training Committee

The committee consists of consultants from regions across the UK and the devolved nations. The representatives advise trainees undertaking an academic programme in paediatrics, raise academic training issues within their region, and bring them to the attention of the College. The Committee is respon...
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Assessment Executive

The Assessment Executive oversees the development, implementation, and quality of College assessments within the College Assessment strategy.
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Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees has overall scrutiny and oversight of the College’s activities, with a particular focus on assurance around risk, financial issues, and ensuring fulfilment of its charitable objects. Council and Executive Committee both report directly to the Board of Trustees.
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BPSU - Governance Board

The officers of the BPSU are responsible to the Scientific Committee, which in turn is accountable to the BPSU Governance Board. The Governance Board was established in 2014 and comprises representation from the three parent bodies of the BPSU, the RCPCH, Public Health England, and the UCL GOS Insti...
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BPSU - Scientific Committee

The BPSU Scientific Committee oversees the scientific matters of the BPSU, providing advice and support for researchers wishing to undertake surveillance of rare paediatric disorders through the BPSU 'electronic orange card' reporting scheme.
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Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration (CESR) Committee

The CESR is for doctors who wish to join the Specialist Register, whose specialist training, qualifications or experience was partly or completely acquired outside of an approved CCT (certificate of completion of training) programme. This committee supports this process.
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Child Mental Health CSAC

The College Specialty Advisory Committees (CSACs) supervise the development and delivery of subspecialty training and the assessment standards. CSACs are sub-committees of our Education and Training Quality Committee, which helps the College set these standards within a training programme that is re...
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Child Protection Standing Committee

This committee is responsible for championing the safeguarding agenda for children and young people. It advises on matters relating to child protection – preventing violence, exploitation and abuse against children.
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Child Protection Subcommittee - Scotland

This subcommittee informs the Scottish Committee and the Standing committee on Child Protection on matters pertinent to child protection in Scotland. It is a multidisciplinary committee that meets three times a year.