1 August 2020
We look ahead to plans for digital growth charts, which will be available to parents and carers in 2021.
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.
12 March 2020
The National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (NDPA) 2018/19 Annual Report on Care Processes and Outcomes was published today by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH).
3 February 2020
NHSE is conducting a review of the specification for this service and associated policies for 2020. It will also set up an independent expert group to make recommendations regarding the use of puberty suppressants and cross-sex hormones.
29 June 2019
We believe that child health research should be embedded as part of every paediatrician’s training, and throughout their careers. From June 2019 to 10 January 2020, we invited paediatricians working as consultants, SAS doctors and/or CCT holders to complete 2019 Participation in Child Health Researc...
9 May 2019
The new 2017-18 National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (NPDA) report shows continued improvement in some aspects of diabetes care, but also highlights persistent variability in outcomes across England and Wales: more work is required to reduce inequality.
22 November 2018
RCPCH President responds to new data reported by Diabetes UK saying it emphasises the need to act.
24 July 2018
Read about the National Paediatric Diabetes Audit, RCPCH Progress - the new paediatric curriculum, standards for emergency care and much more...
More resource needed or we’ll ‘burn out’ and services will become more unsafe say children’s doctors
25 April 2018
Additional resourcing of children’s health services is urgently needed as a new report highlights the daily struggle hospitals face to meet standards that provide children with high quality, safe and consistent healthcare.
21 March 2018
Since the post-war period, socioeconomic inequalities in children’s weight have reversed in the UK – with disadvantaged children originally being more likely to be thinner than more advantaged children, but now typically being more likely to be overweight or obese, according to an observational stud...