This past autumn, we invited all members to complete our annual survey for your views on how the College should tackle key issues such as workforce shortages, climate change and paediatric recruitment.
We recognise that redeployment of trainee paediatricians to adult services may again become necessary this winter. Our updated guidance describes the principles that should minimise disruption to training.
Our posters explain when and how to get medical help for your child, or your young baby - or for yourself as a young person. There's a set each for England, Scotland, Wales (in English and Welsh) and Northern Ireland.
We work with members and partners to produce podcasts on a wide range of topics across paediatrics and child health - available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Abstract submissions are open for this year's big event, which takes place in Liverpool from 28 to 30 June, and with the theme: Connect, Energise, Inspire – Celebrating Paediatrics and Child Health Together.
RCPCH members and others lead on our mission to to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people across the world through our Board of Trustees, Council and diverse committes in education and training, research and policy, listed here.
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.
This subcommittee informs the Scottish Committee and the Standing committee on Child Protection matters pertinent to child protection in Scotland. It is a multidisciplinary committee that meets three times a year.
This committee - which used to be called the Health Promotion Committee - aims to promote health and prevent childhood disease. It provides consistent policy, guidance, education and training and workforce development on relevant issues.
Mentoring provides valuable support to paediatricians throughout their careers. This network aims to support paediatricians who are keen to promote mentoring within their organisation. If you are a Mentoring Champion, please log in to view all content on this page.
The purpose of the PICM ISAC is to supervise the development and delivery of training and assessment standards in Paediatric Intensive Care Medicine as set out by its parent specialty(ies). The Committee will function and be recognised as the official CSAC for all matters relating to Paediatric Inte...
This committee represents a forum for Clinical Directors, Clinical Leads, Medical Managers and other paediatricians in management positions. It advises on national health policies and standards for children and young people.
The committee also provides advice on service improvements for children...