29 October 2019
We're flying the flag for more investment in developing research capabilities and capacity in our specialty, and we're providing the evidence-based resources needed to improve care for our patients. As VP for Science and Research, Nick explains more.
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.
10 October 2019
The Chief Medical Officer, Professor Dame Sally Davies, has today released an independent report entitled "Time to Change Childhood Obesity". RCPCH President, Professor Russell Viner, responds.
9 October 2019
In April this year, the Welsh Government published a report produced by Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Royal College of Midwives, reviewing maternity services at Cwm Taf Health Board.
29 November 2017
Official statistics have been published on the number women who have been fully, partially or not at all breastfed at 6 to 8 weeks after birth.
26 November 2017
Responding to the CQC’s Children and young people’s inpatient and day case survey, Dr Mike Linney, Children and Young People’s Lead at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said:
15 November 2017
OECD report reveals the scale of the UK's obesity epidemic, which has the highest rates in Western Europe
13 November 2017
The Organisation for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD) has published its ‘Health at a Glance 2017’ report, which reveals that the UK has the highest obesity rates in Western Europe, with rates rising faster than any other developed nations.
9 November 2017
The Scottish Parliament has passed legislation making Scotland the only part of the UK with statutory targets to cut child poverty. The Child Poverty (Scotland) Bill was back unanimously by MSPs, and requires Scottish ministers to ensure that by 2030 less than 10 per cent of children are in relative...