Nations

Our policy and campaigns work happens across the four nations of the UK - with dedicated policy and public affairs staff in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to engage with national governments and other stakeholders. And as an international organisation, we have members from all parts of the globe.
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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.
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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.
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We manage external relations with stakeholders and policymakers including the Northern Ireland Executive, Ireland Committee and organisations with an interest in child health.

News relating to the devolved nations

President's blog

Lessons from the past to inform our future - President’s update

As the College looks to the future, Steve has been reviewing our archives and discovering what we can learn from the past. Also in this update, as whooping cough cases rise there is a call to download and display our vaccination poster. Plus, hear about lots of ways for you to get involved with your...
Press release

Doctors call for action on air pollution

Doctors are marking Clean Air Day today (20 June) by calling on the Scottish Government to act to reduce preventable ill health, caused by air pollution in Scotland.
President's blog

Welcoming new members and looking ahead - President’s update

Steve reflects on the recent Membership Ceremony in Manchester where members, fellows, family and friends gathered to celebrate new paediatricians. There is also information on all the ways to get involved at the College and an update on the recently announced UK General Election.