30 April 2020
"At such a busy and challenging time for all of us, I wanted to take a brief moment to pause and reflect on what COVID-19 means for us as a paediatric community in Wales, and what I as RCPCH Officer for Wales can do to support you all through this period." David Tuthill explains more to our members ...
24 April 2020
Russell's weekly blog to members looks at how we protect and plan delivery of crucial paediatric services - including immunisations and for vulnerable children - in the context of an extended pandemic.
15 April 2020
RCPCH is launching a new data collection and reporting tool to track the impact of COVID-19 on child health services. Dr Jay and Professor Bishop explain why it is so important to capture changes to services during this period.
11 March 2020
Staff shortages are among the most high-profile issues facing the NHS today—a scarcity that is felt within the paediatrics workforce.
8 March 2020
There are many reasons why a child or young person might need to be looked after by the state, including abuse and neglect, family dysfunction, and a family in acute stress—all social disadvantages that arise more often in economically challenging times.
19 February 2020
Dr Nicola Jay discusses why and how we are thinking about future paediatric models of care as part of our ambitious Paediatrics 2040 project.
12 February 2020
Dr Damian Roland explains why innovation is one of the four major workstreams we are considering in our Paediatrics 2040 project.
4 February 2020
Professor Steve Turner shares an update on the data and evidence activity that’s underway to support our Paediatrics 2040 project.
3 February 2020
NHSE is conducting a review of the specification for this service and associated policies for 2020. It will also set up an independent expert group to make recommendations regarding the use of puberty suppressants and cross-sex hormones.
29 January 2020
Dr Nicola Jay reflects on her first six months as Officer for Workforce Planning and Health Services, and emphasises the importance of good data to her job.