After the success of past Academic Trainees Days, with NIHR we have started preparations for hosting the 2021 event. At this event you'll hear from those working in child health research and have opportunities for networking.
We acknowledge and welcome the judgement from the President of the Family Division in relation to Abbasi v Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Thomas/Haastrup v Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Each year, with support from GOSH Charity and Sparks, we offer this prestigious award of £2,000 to one early independent researcher in paediatrics. We speak with this year's winner about her research to improve the lifelong health of preterm babies, and we hear her tips for aspiring researchers.
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.
The RCPCH has today launched new guidance for paediatricians on Perplexing Presentations (PP), Fabricated or Induced Illness (FII) in Children. This updates the College’s 2009 guidance and aims to support paediatricians when involved with these sometimes very difficult cases.
During medical school, students tend to have limited time within speciality rotations and subsequently, healthcare professionals have a short window of opportunity to promote their chosen careers. Nevertheless, there are lots of ways for aspiring paediatricians to get involved. Alexandra Richards, U...
Following our meeting with Health Education England on 8 January, we intend to continue with 'Plan A' as the preferred option for recruitment, which includes virtual interviewing. We will continue to keep this under review working closely with our colleagues at HEE and keeping the four Statutory Edu...