27 August 2020
David James tells us how he balances an acute specialty with a healthy work life balance - and how a bit of cycling helps, too!
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.
18 June 2020
To ensure the safety of our delegates and faculty, we are regretfully cancelling all face-to-face courses and events until at least January 2021. We're busy developing more online professional development opportunities, and look forward to updating you with more details soon.
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...
1 May 2020
Leading paediatricians in the UK have set out a working definition of an inflammatory syndrome affecting a very small number of children and which may be associated with COVID-19.
30 April 2020
Dame Mary Marsh, Chair of the Board of Trustees welcomes Professor Sir Terence Stephenson to the Board.
24 April 2020
Russell's weekly blog to members looks at how we protect and plan delivery of crucial paediatric services - including immunisations and for vulnerable children - in the context of an extended pandemic.
22 April 2020
The Board of Trustees is very grateful to John Jenkins for his very engaged and committed service to the College as a member of the Board of Trustees. John stood down at the end of March 2020 having joined as a Trustee when the Board was first created at the end of 2016.
10 March 2020
A few years ago, I got the chance to speak with young carers about their experiences. Together, we created superhero characters to explain some of the many things that they do—and some other things they would like to do. As the RCPCH’s children and young people’s engagement manager, I get to meet wi...
10 February 2020
The Government is to consider more flexible training for healthcare professionals who wish to switch discipline. The Department of Health and Social Care said that people who are already working as healthcare professionals "could train to become doctors and nurses more quickly now that the UK has le...