Nominations for College posts

Members lead on our mission to ‘transform health through knowledge, innovation and expertise’ as Officers, Regional Leads, members of our diverse committees and more. Nominations are now open until Monday 29 June, 09:30.
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College Specialty Advisory Committees monitor training and assessment for a sub-specialty and advising the College on related issues.
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Specialty, Associate Specialist and Staff Grade (SAS) doctors are a key part of the paediatric workforce. Members are represented by our active SAS committee.
England
Current roles cover the breadth of the College’s work, including our committee on less than full time training and the Medical Training Initiative, plus Regional Leads and Deputy Regional Leads.
Scotland
Our Scottish committee helps develop policy, ensures children and young people are fully represented and represents its membership.
Wales
The Wales Executive Committee represents the membership of the College in Wales, and its National Specialist Advisory Group offers guidance on policy and clinical issues.
Ireland
Our Ireland Committee represents membership in both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, and specifically directs College business in the NI jurisdiction.
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These are senior roles at the College, and while Officers take on varied roles, they all actively participate in developing RCPCH strategy and delivering work plans underpinned by our charitable objectives.
Our Trainees Committee is a vital - and highly active - part of the College, seeking to represent the views of all in specialty training. Many of our committees also have trainee representatives.
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Make a contribution to paediatrics and child health in a specialist area, such as child protection, informatics or finance & risk. We often have a range of opportunities to explore.