This edition's cover story focuses on sleep in a time of COVID. Plus features on paediatricians working in the NHS for the first time, experiences as a woman in paediatrics and the surge in bronchiolitis cases.
Explore our wide range of opportunities on committees and boards in education, training, research, policy and engagement. Most of our current vacanices are open for applications until Monday, 1 November.
From conversations between our President and CEO to an educational series on sepsis, our growing library of podcasts is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
Our Vice President of Training & Assessment, Cathryn Chadwick, introduces our new training programme, now due to roll out from 2023, which will be outcomes-based, flexible and fit for the needs of our children and young people.
Dr Camilla Kingdon, RCPCH President, responds to the announcement from the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations (JCVI) that 16-17-year-olds are to be offered a first COVID-19 vaccine dose. JCVI advice for children aged 12-15-years-old regarding COVID-19 vaccination remains unchanged fro...
The RCPCH responds to the Government announcement that they have accepted the advice of the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations (JCVI) regarding children and young people and COVID-19 vaccination.
Dr Ray Nethercott sets out some key observations on the Northern Ireland policy landscape; the recently published NI Executive Child poverty Strategy report and; the next steps the College are taking to respond to the ongoing Department of Health's consultation, Duty of Candour and Being Open.
The General Medical Council (GMC) has approved a set of revisions to some of our current RCPCH Progress sub-specialty syllabi and to the level 3 general paediatrics syllabus, to take effect later this year.
The General Medical Council (GMC) has approved an extension to the derogations put in place last year, and these will remain while disruption to training continues. Our VP for Training and Assessment, David Evans, introduces these changes.
We have now submitted our plans for RCPCH Progress+, our vision for the future shape of paediatric training, to the General Medical Council (GMC) for approval. We want to encourage an individualised, creative approach to training, based on capability rather than time. Find out more about our plans.