We have varied membership types - for medical students and foundation doctors, new trainees and post-MRCPCH doctors, affiliated child health professionals and retired paediatricians. Our questionnaire helps find the best type for you!
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 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.
The College's Digital Division is seeking members' views on the value of creating a health inequalities mobile app. This would be developed in partnership with the paediatrics-led group, Wellbeing and Health Action Movement (WHAM).
Change is always unsettling and can be challenging, especially if one is unprepared. Dr Sanjay Suri recognises that retirement is a change that is often romanticised but not usually spoken of as a time for readjustment. And that there's someting more important than happiness.