We manage external relations with stakeholders and policymakers including the Welsh Government, Senedd Cymru and organisations with an interest in child health. Our friendly team is here to make sure members in Wales have a voice.
The Wales EC represents the membership of the RCPCH in Wales, and coordinates and manages College activities in Wales.
For Welsh paediatricians, WPS aims to promote good practice, share knowledge and undertake research, while providing friendship and good will.
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We respond to consultations so that we can influence and advocate for improvements in child health. We place calls in our monthly eBulletin for members in Wales to join us in our responses. Your participation is important to us.

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As the festive period begins and on International Buy Nothing Day, Dr Lucy Reynolds, a Community Consultant Paediatrician based in Glasgow, reflects on the environmental and developmental cost of modern materialism. As a member of the Climate Change Advocating for Change Working Group, she also disc...

RCPCH Wales Team

RCPCH Wales brings together paediatricians and other health professionals across Wales to advocate for paediatrics and wider issues that impact on children’s health.

We provide administrative support to the Welsh Executive Committee and National Specialty Advisory Group (NSAG). We also support the work of the Welsh Paediatric Society.

We work with the Welsh Government and a range of external stakeholders to promote paediatric services and wider policy changes that our members want to see to improve the health of children and young people in Wales.

For all enquiries email us at You can address any mail to RCPCH Wales Unit 92230, PO Box 92, Cardiff, CF11 1NB (for correspondence only). You can also call our Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Lisa Roberts on 029 2274 4193 or Head of Devolved Nations, Gethin Matthews-Jones on 029 2274 4192.

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