Committees

RCPCH members and others lead on the College’s mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’ through our Board of Trustees, Council and diverse committes in education and training, research and policy, listed here.
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Scottish Committee

This committee advises College Council on Scottish matters. It contributes to the development of Scottish Government policy, ensures children and young people are fully represented and represents its membership by providing a consistent voice for paediatrics in Scotland.
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Staff, Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctor Committee

As a member and SAS doctor, you are represented by the SAS Committee. This includes elected members and regional representatives, as well as representation from British Association of Community Child Health (BACCH) and British Medical Association (BMA). For more information about the Committee, p...
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Stepping Up Champions

Our Stepping Up programme supports the five year period from RCPCHStart (Specialty Trainee 7+) to the end of year three consultancy. This page is for the regional Stepping Up Champions supporting the programme.
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Trainees Oversight Committee and Trainee Network

These committees comprise representatives from College committees and regions across the UK, including the devolved nations. The representatives raise training issues relevant to their committee or region and bring them to the attention of the College.
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Training and Quality Board

The Training & Quality Board (TQB) was founded in March 2021 following a restructure of the Education & Training Division and subsumed the Assessment Board and some responsibilities of the Education & Training Quality Committee (ETQC). The TQB’s purpose is to manage the strategy and operations plan ...
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UK Neonatal Programme Board

A forum for organisations leading on national maternity, neonatal and perinatal programmes of work come together to provide a unified voice of advocacy to ensure that services and initiatives that influence outcome for babies and wellbeing of families are prominently placed on the national agenda.
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UK Paediatric Epilepsy Programme Board

Brings together epilepsy experts from the NHS, academia, charitable organisations and other stakeholder groups to work together to provide a unified voice to ensure paediatric epilepsy sits high on the national agenda.