13 December 2019
Congratulations to Dr Ai May Lee for her witty photo in our #paediatricslife competition! Followers of our Instagram account selected our finalists, and our panel of judges carefully reviewed a fantastic set of images.
12 December 2019
Next year sees the launch of our networking events for RCPCH Fellows, with confirmed dates of 29 January in Manchester and 5 March in London. We'll start with lunch, and enjoy an afternoon of talks, drop-in sessions and informal discussions on key topics. We look forward to meeting you soon!
2 December 2019
We recently asked members to send a photo - and caption - that tells a story of their daily life in paediatrics and child health. And, what a creative set of images we got! We posted them on our new Instagram channel, and asked you to vote for your favourite(s) by 'liking' the post. The most popu...
27 November 2019
Paediatric trainees need more flexibility - from out of programme opportunities to less than full time work - argues David, VP for Training and Assessment. That benefits trainees, programme directors and, ultimately, children and families. Here he introduces the College's plans for redesigning 'run-...
15 November 2019
Today the General Medical Council (GMC) published ‘Caring for doctors, caring for patients’, which sets out an ambitious and welcome vision for a health service that supports doctors’ wellbeing and patient safety.
14 November 2019
We respond to the publication of A&E waiting times by the NHS. Less than three-quarters of patients attending A&E departments in England during October were seen within the four hour target period.
13 November 2019
With the UK general election on the horizon, we have an opportunity to make our case, explains Russell, for urgent action on the challenges facing both our workforce and the children and young people we support.
29 October 2019
In thinking about how to describe the concept of wellbeing, Anna Baverstock, Lead for Doctor Wellbeing in her NHS Trust, has been working on a tree. Each branch represents an aspect of wellbeing. The roots include culture and values, compassion and mindset - but there's space to add your own.
25 October 2019
Next year’s RCPCH Conference will play host to a diverse line-up of prominent speakers who will take to the main stage over the three-day event.
Why good prevention policy means providing the best possible start in life for children and young people
17 October 2019
Our work on prevention is a vital part of our advocacy with policy makers and politicians. In this article Max Davie writes about our response to the green paper on prevention, and why focusing on the early years is so important for children and young people.