13 November 2019
Health and social care in the UK is devolved. Our Officers for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland set out what the UK General Election means for them.
1 September 2019
The Second World War began 80 years ago in September 1939. The war brought huge changes to the lives of children in Britain and to the country’s health services.
8 August 2019
Since 2014 the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit has held this annual event - young people living with rare disease and health professionals working in the field share their experiences. Our interns went along to find out more...
25 October 2018
In a guest blog anticipating the start of 'flu season, RCPCH immunisation experts, Professor Helen Bedford and Dr David Elliman share their thoughts on improving rates of vaccination among children, some misconceptions around the flu vaccination and the role of the paediatrician.
23 October 2018
Dr Bov Jani, Consultant Paediatrician and RCPCH Officer for Professional Development, talks about the latest initiatives to improve the wellbeing of doctors and the factors impacting on the success of these.
12 July 2018
July is Group B Strep (GBS) Awareness Month. Jane Plumb, Chief Executive of Group B Strep Support, a charity dedicated to providing general information and guidance about GBS, writes a guest blog to raise awareness about the risks associated with Group B Strep.
5 July 2018
On 5 July 1948, the National Health Service came into operation and became the UK’s third biggest employer as all medical services were brought together to provide services for free at the point of delivery. As we celebrate 70 years of the NHS, this blogs looks back at RCPCH’s history with the NHS.
2 July 2018
In celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the NHS, Dr Winifred Baddoo, Chair of the British Association of Paediatricians in Audiology, has written a blog looking back over the history of confirmation of deafness in children, and the ways in which habilitation for these children, through NHS service...