1 August 2019
You can now follow RCPCH on Instagram, the social networking channel! We're celebrating the lives of our members - and professionals working in child health - around the world. And to get things started, we've launched a photo competition for a chance to win £250 in gift vouchers.
10 May 2019
For the first time, the College has developed an audit toolkit to support Emergency Departments treating children to monitor how well they are meeting the 70 “Facing the Future” standards. Dr John Criddle and Dr Virginia Davies discuss the development of the toolkit and its impact for children in me...
25 February 2019
RCPCH responds to new study, published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, which reveals of the multivitamins surveyed, doses ranged from 0 to 800 IU.
22 February 2019
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has today published 2017 data on avoidable deaths.
25 November 2018
The General Data Protection Regulation, along with the Data Protection Act 2018, replaced the Data Protection Act 1998 on 25 May 2018. Here we address some of the common misconceptions about the legislation six months after it came into effect.
22 November 2018
RCPCH President responds to new data reported by Diabetes UK saying it emphasises the need to act.
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.
5 October 2018
Vitamin D helps in the development of healthy, strong bones and to prevent rickets. RCPCH reiterates the importance of babies and children taking supplementation.
4 September 2018
Our medicines information resource for parents and children is shortlisted for the “Optimisation of Medicines Management” category of the Health Service Journal Award, which celebrates healthcare excellence.
3 September 2018
RCPCH supports the #AskAboutAsthma campaign as NHS in London ask sufferers to ‘take three small steps to improve lives’.