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.
Our policy and campaigns work happens across the four nations of the UK. We have dedicated policy and public affairs staff in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to support our members and engage with national governments and other stakeholders. And as an international organisation, we have a growing membership from countries from all parts of the globe.
We manage external relations with stakeholders and policymakers including the Scottish Government and organisations with an interest in child health, including the Scottish Paediatric Society and Scottish Association of Community Child Health.
We manage external relations with stakeholders and policymakers including the Welsh Government, Senedd Cymru and organisations with an interest in child health, and working with the Welsh Paediatric Society.
RCPCH have joined a coalition of 13 healthcare organisations to urge the Government to deliver on its 2018 commitment to strip the General Medical Council (GMC) of its power to appeal decisions made by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS.)
Dr Cathryn Chadwick has been elected by members as the next Vice President for Training and Assessment and Dr Jonathan Darling has been elected as Vice President for Education and Professional Development, the College announced today.
The elections to the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments will be unlike any other, taking place in the context of the global pandemic. Although most children and teenagers do not become seriously ill with COVID-19, the impact on their lives, education, services and mental health and wellbeing has been im...
The RCPCH has today launched new guidance for paediatricians on Perplexing Presentations (PP), Fabricated or Induced Illness (FII) in Children. This updates the College’s 2009 guidance and aims to support paediatricians when involved with these sometimes very difficult cases.