1 September 2020
This year we are proud to announce that we have three research awards up for grabs in our 2021 round. Applications are now open until midnight 30 November.
28 July 2020
Every year the College awards Honorary Fellowship to a small number of people who are considered by our members to have made a major contribution to paediatrics and child health through research, education, clinical service and leadership. We are pleased to present our eight very deserving Honorary ...
24 June 2020
These prizes recognise that trainees invest a significant amount of time in preparing for their examinations - and for UK trainees how important they are for their progression. Well done to all those completing exams, and congratulations to this year’s winners who are the highest scoring from the 20...
16 June 2020
Changes have been made to our Child Protection Companion's chapter 9, ''Recognition of physical abuse' to accommodate suggested amendments by the British Paediatric and Adolescent Bone Group on the timing of blood investigations for fractures.
3 June 2020
We're seeking nominations for people who have made major contributions to paediatrics and child health for two awards: the James Spence Medal, our highest honour; and RCPCH Honorary Fellowship. Nominations are open until 13 August.
28 May 2020
The wait is over. The votes have been cast. Our Trainees Committee Chair, Hannah Jacob reveals this year's winners of the national Paediatric Awards For Training Achievements, or PAFTAs.
19 May 2020
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) and Newlife the Charity for Disabled Children are pleased to announce their first joint clinical research fellowship award in childhood disability has been awarded to Dr Asma Soltani at the University of Cambridge. Dr Soltani will research Re...
29 April 2020
This year we offered three awards for involvement in paediatric research, The Lorber Award, The Simon Newell award and the PIER prize. We are proud to announce this years winners of these coveted awards.
Surveillance of outcome of resuscitated term babies with no heart rate detected at 10 minutes of age starts next month
5 March 2020
This study, run through the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU), will identify the incidence of term babies who receive resuscitation following birth and have no heart rate detected at 10 minutes of age, describing the demographic characteristics, clinical features and initial management of ...
13 December 2019
Congratulations to Dr Ai May Lee for her witty photo in our #paediatricslife competition! Followers of our Instagram account selected our finalists, and our panel of judges carefully reviewed a fantastic set of images.