Membership benefit of the month - FRCPCH lapel pins

Following a suggestion from Fellows, we introduced our FRCPCH lapel pins last spring. Contact us to request your free pin and display your RCPCH fellowship with pride!
Russell Viner, RCPCH President, wearing his FRCPCH lapel pin

Our premium quality lapel pins are made with long-lasting synthetic enamel. With a clutch and pin fitting, and measuring 25 mm, they can be affixed to any garment.

Request your lapel pin

If you are an RCPCH Fellow, Honorary Fellow or Senior Fellow, and haven't yet received your lapel pin, contact us on membership@rcpch.ac.uk. The lapel pins are limited to one per Fellow.

Interested in becoming a Fellow?

We welcome new applications for fellowship throughout the year. 

If you are a doctor in a substantive non-training post and are on the GMC (General Medical Council) or IMC (Irish Medical Council) Specialist Register for Paediatrics, you can apply for Fellowship via registration.

If you work in a substantive non-training post, but are not on the GMC or IMC Specialist Register for Paediatrics, you rather apply for Fellowship via election. You will need to demonstrate that you have achieved distinction and provide references from two current RCPCH Fellows, at least one of whom must be based in the UK or Republic of Ireland.

Got an idea for a membership benefit?

You tell us, we listen. It was a group of Fellows who suggested a pin to demonstrate their RCPCH fellowship status. If you have an idea for a new benefit to support members, or have any feedback about our current benefits, please drop us a line at membership@rcpch.ac.uk.