22 June 2020
In this blog, Dr Nicola Jay, Officer for Workforce Planning and Health Services, reflects on the long road to recovery ahead, recognising that equality has to be at the core of our work going forward.
16 June 2020
A College statement welcoming the publication of stakeholder insights into the factors affecting the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, and what needs to happen now.
12 June 2020
It's week 16 in our new hyper-reality and it's again been a pretty complex period. In this week's address to members, Russell highlights new College statements on BAME inequalities, shielding and supporting LGBTQ+ children and young people, as well as our continued focus on restarting services.
5 June 2020
It's been a sobering week, and in this message to members, Russell affirms the College's solidarity with BAME colleagues, particularly at this time. He also reports from yesterday's Council and AGM meetings where we discussed COVID-19 and our principles for recovery, among other important subjects.
7 April 2020
Dr Susan Broster has been appointed as our Global Officer, working closely with the staff team and many clinical volunteers to deliver our global child health programmes. Sue replaces Dr Bhanu Williams, who now joins our Board of Trustees.
13 March 2020
Russell updates members on how the College is responding to COVID-19. In this message, which has been emailed to all members, he outlines the College's actions towards COVID-19 and highlights advice and guidance for our members.
19 February 2020
Russell has been speaking with quite a few members about COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus. In this message, which has been emailed to all members, he outlines what we know and how the situation is affecting the RCPCH.
16 January 2020
Our President Professor Russell Viner comments on the Dubs amendment to protect child refugees from family separations.
3 January 2020
Dewi Dyfrwr (‘David the Waterdrinker’) was reputed to have consumed only leeks and water, with his monks following a simple, austere life. The 'Generation Z' and 'Generation Alpha' children growing up in Wales today have totally different challenges. This year's conference - on Thursday 27 February ...
10 December 2019
We're delighted to announce this year's winner of the RCPCH Global Programme Development Grant. Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)'s one-year programme is identifying gaps in the quality of post-discharge care and how to make improvements and scale up, despite limited resources.