19 December 2019
Christmas is an opportunity to celebrate, notes Camilla, our VP for Education & Professional Development (pictured, centre), but also to reflect on the year gone by. At the College we've spent a lot of time thinking about what it means to be a paediatrician - and the challenges - and we want to list...
16 December 2019
Domperidone is no longer licensed for use in children younger than 12 years or those weighing less than 35 kg because of a lack of evidence for benefit.
13 December 2019
Congratulations to Dr Ai May Lee for her witty photo in our #paediatricslife competition! Followers of our Instagram account selected our finalists, and our panel of judges carefully reviewed a fantastic set of images.
9 December 2019
RCPCH Honorary Treasurer, Liz Marder, announces our first steps to reduce membership subscriptions for trainees. There are no changes in subscriptions for other members and Fellows. Read on for more information and the 2020 subscriptions by category.
2 December 2019
We recently asked members to send a photo - and caption - that tells a story of their daily life in paediatrics and child health. And, what a creative set of images we got! We posted them on our new Instagram channel, and asked you to vote for your favourite(s) by 'liking' the post. The most popu...
30 August 2019
New data from Public Health England reveals 301 new measles cases between April and June 2019. RCPCH's immunisation expert responds.
28 August 2019
Feeling recharged from a summer holiday, Russell looks to the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead, as the College is working hard to ensure the new UK Government prioritises child health.
19 August 2019
Everyone who works in child health has a responsibility to safeguard and protect children from violence, exploitation and abuse. RCPCH members can access a number of resources to support this work.
7 August 2019
The Government has announced today that the pension rules for senior clinicians are to be changed, to allow them to take on extra shifts, treat more patients and help to reduce waiting times without losing out financially.
5 August 2019
Yesterday the Prime Minister pledged an additional one-off £1.8 billion for the NHS in England. Some of this funding is due to be allocated to children and young people's services but there remains a significant amount to do to help an NHS that is under serious pressure across the country.