This edition of your membership magazine sees the launch of the Paediatrics 2040 project, the handover of the College presidency and a feature on understanding how mental health is core to paediatrics.
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.
The committee is an intercollegiate group that provides expert advice on the emergency care of children. It works to influence policy proactively and respond to consultation documents relevant to urgent and emergency care.
This committee allows paediatricians to act as advocates for the College in Northern Ireland in relation to media, public affairs and health policy work. It offers input and advice on member focused activity such as courses and events.
This committee comprises consultants from regions in the UK. These representatives advise trainees and raise less than full time (LTFT) training issues within their region, and bring them to the attention of the College.
The Medicines Committee is a collaborative standing committee with joint membership between RCPCH and Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group (NPPG). Meeting three times a year, it advises external agencies and supports a range of activities to ensure that the medications prescribed for children a...
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 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...