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.
20 August 2020
Our Officer for Health Improvement, Dr Max Davie, writes about the sudden shake-up of England's public health system.
1 August 2020
We look ahead to plans for digital growth charts, which will be available to parents and carers in 2021.
24 July 2020
We respond to the government's announcement of this year's flu vaccination programme, which includes Year 7 for the first time.
13 July 2020
The British Paediatric Surveillance Unit and RCPCH once again invite applications for this bursary from early career paediatricians wishing to undertake an epidemiological study of a rare disease or condition. Winners are awarded a free slot on the BPSU 'Orange eCard' reporting scheme and a stipend ...
9 July 2020
After the success of past Academic Trainees Days, we have started preparations for hosting the 2020 event in late October. Due to the uncertainties around COVID-19, we'll be holding it online. As always, you'll hear from those working in child health research and have opportunities for networking.
7 July 2020
Dr Karen Street, Assistant Officer for Mental Health and Wellbeing, responds to a new BMA report which considers the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.
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.
26 May 2020
Prof Nick Bishop, VP for Science and Research, outlines some of the key developments in the College's Research & Quality Improvement Division, recognising ongoing work despite the disruptions to members' schedules. He also discusses research on the effects of COVID-19 on child health and wellbeing.
22 May 2020
There are many unanswered questions about children and COVID-19, including when and how we reopen schools, but, argues Russell in this week's weekly address to members, we must go back to the science.