24 May 2019
If you joined us at #RCPCH19 (13 to 15 May), we hope you enjoyed your time and are returning to work energised and inspired!
2 April 2019
Developing new skills, meeting new people, networking with like-minded colleagues, carrying out a sense of purpose... The benefits often outweigh the time given, which may be why more than 1,100 of you volunteer for the College. Whether it's representing your region or specialty on a committee, work...
27 March 2019
With Brexit very much on his mind, Russell talks about how we strengthen our international links in Europe and beyond, and encourages members - of all levels - to get involved with our ambitious new project to influence our profession's future.
12 March 2019
RCPCH Officer for Health Improvement responds to new report published by the Children's Rights Alliance for England, saying "Brexit is a complex and important priority; however, it should not mean that other issues get left on the shelf".
22 February 2019
Welcome to Russell's latest blog, reflecting on a busy month of travel, meetings and new faces at the College!
11 January 2019
Read about RCPCH hopes for the NHS England Long Term Plan, thoughts and solutions to winter pressures, Paediatrics 2040, a two-year project to set our vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK, and more...
8 January 2019
Returning to Birmingham on 13-15 May this year, our theme is 'Paediatrics: pathways to a brighter future'. As a member, you'll get a discount on the registration. We look forward to seeing you there!
6 December 2018
A new feature for our 2019 RCPCH Conference and exhibition, these talks will showcase the latest ideas and discoveries in child health.
30 November 2018
In his November blog, Russell reflects on a tumultuous month in politics and looks to the future for the NHS and paediatrics.
21 November 2018
In spring 2017, Sara O'Rourke was a medical student working at the Children's Hospital in Manchester. Then came the suicide bombing on the Manchester Arena. She wrote about the experience and the 'powerful cohesion' she found among the health professionals attending to patients. Here she reflects on...