Join the Paediatrics 2040 team as they share the conclusions of their exciting two-year programme of work about the future of paediatrics in the UK.
This is a free event that will be held virtually using Zoom. The link for the event will be distributed a week in advance to those who have signed up.
Please note this is a draft programme provided as a guide, and is subject to change.
|1||09.30 - 10.30||
Chair: Dr Hannah Jacob
Opening address from children and young people
Keynote: Our vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK - Professor Russell Viner
|2||10.30 - 11.15||
Chair: Dr Simon Clark
Future burden of need for paediatric services in the UK - Professor Steve Turner
Future impact of innovation and technology in UK paediatrics - Dr Damian Roland
|3||11.15 - 12.00||
Chair: Dr David Evans
Shaping the UK paediatric care models of the future - Dr Nicola Jay
Shaping the future working lives of paediatricians in the UK - Dr Judith van der Voort
|4||12.00 - 12.30||
Chair: Professor Russell Viner
The College in the future: looking beyond COVID-19 - Jo Revill
- Professor Russell Viner, Chair of the Paediatrics 2040 Project and Co-lead for the Data workstream
- Dr Hannah Jacob, Co-Chair of the Paediatrics 2040 project and Co-lead for the Innovation workstream
- Dr Steve Turner, Lead for the Data workstream
- Dr Damian Roland, Lead for the Innovation workstream
- Dr Nicola Jay, Lead for the Models of Care workstream
- Dr Simon Clark, Co-lead for the Models of Care workstream
- Dr Judith van der Voort, Lead for the Working Lives workstream
- Dr David Evans, Co-lead for the Working Lives workstream
- Jo Revill, RCPCH CEO
About the project
Economic, political, and social changes mean that the role of paediatricians - and the shape of paediatrics - is very different today to what it was two decades ago. It is likely that two decades from now, in 2040, the delivery of paediatrics in the UK will be very different.
In Autumn 2018 we embarked on the journey of our Paediatrics 2040 project, looking to guide and inform the delivery of the College’s vision of a healthier future for children and young people. Since then, we have been busy collaborating with paediatricians, experts and young people across the UK to develop our credible vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK, concentrating on four areas – data and evidence, impact of innovation, models of care, and working lives.
This event marks the launch of the work done across our four workstreams as we share our vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK and bring this exciting project to a close.