Influencing the NHS: Advocating for children, young people and child health professionals

This event is for everyone with an interest in child health policy, NHS England and the healthcare workforce - and who would like the tools to make a difference in their local area.
Date: -
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5-11 Theobald's Road
United Kingdom

Spaces available
Free of charge

Do you know your STPs from your ICSs, or an LWAB from the NHSE LTP?

Influencing the NHS: Advocating for children, young people and child health professionals will demystify health policy in England, relating this to the rights of children and young people, the workforce that serves them and focusing on how you can make change in your area. 

President of the RCPCH Professor Russell Viner will introduce the day, setting the scene for workshops and plenaries from expert speakers. The College's flagship local advocacy network, RCPCH Ambassadors, will also be formally introduced. The full agenda of the day is available to download below.

Doctors and trainees of all grades are welcome at Influencing the NHS, along with other child health professionals and those with a personal interest in the NHS, workforce and advocacy.

RCPCH has approved this activity for CPD in accordance with the current RCPCH CPD guidelines.

Want to make a difference locally?

We're now accepting applications for RCPCH Ambassadors across England. If you're an RCPCH member and interested in child health policy you could engage with local health leaders to make a difference in your area. Find out more this role and apply.