20 February 2019
The Nuffield Trust and the Association for Young People's Health have today published the first ever international comparison of young people's health measures over time, comparing the UK to 18 other high-income countries. Professor Russell Viner, President of the RCPCH, responds.
11 February 2019
The latest instalment of our State of Child Health campaign – our “Two years on scorecards” – puts the need for progress on key child health issues front and centre of the political agenda across all nations in the UK. We want to make sure we keep up momentum and make children a political priority, ...
1 February 2019
This week we released our key workforce report, which uses RCPCH census data to formulate essential workforce policy recommendations. The paediatric workforce must be prioritised in workforce planning to improve child health outcomes in the UK.
30 November 2018
RCPCH President says paediatricians are finding it hard to find the time to learn and develop their skills and are experiencing high levels of stress and exhaustion - "it cannot be right."
22 November 2018
RCPCH President responds to new data reported by Diabetes UK saying it emphasises the need to act.
20 November 2018
Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) has today launched a new report calling for action to address smoking closer to where people live. Dr Max Davie responds.
15 November 2018
Matt Driver, Lead faculty for RCPCH mentoring skills courses and peer support webinars, explores the role of skilled, trained mentors in supporting doctors throughout their careers.
8 November 2018
We have started work on our two-year project of enquiry, which will set a vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK.
5 November 2018
"We commend Government for their commitment" says Professor Russell Viner, but emphasises this will be difficult to achieve without a "significant expansion to the child health workforce".
2 November 2018
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) has published a league table ranking 70 of Britain's major towns and cities by the impact of their high streets on the public's health and wellbeing. Officer for Health Promotion, Dr Max Davie, responds to these statistics.