27 January 2021
Dr Hamudi Kisat, a Paediatric Consultant at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, tells us about his role as Deputy Chair for the Medical Training Initiative (MTI) scheme, attracting international trainees to paediatrics and improving paediatric care in their home countries.
21 January 2021
The videos provide easy-to-follow advice for parents and carers on minor injuries and illnesses which may affect their children.
18 January 2021
Our Officer for Health Improvement calls on the Government to extend the £20 a week uplift to Universal Credit. The uplift was introduced last year by the Chancellor in response to the pandemic, and is currently due to be removed from payments at the end of March.
15 January 2021
Dr Hannah Jacob, Chair of the Trainees Committee offers advice, tips and tools to help address some of the current worries voiced by members during these trying times.
13 January 2021
The Chief Medical Officers of the four UK nations, NHS England and NHS Improvement, General Medical Council and Academy of Medical Royal Colleges have written a further letter of thanks and support to all doctors during this pandemic. While noting the real hope that vaccinations offer, the letter ac...
12 January 2021
Our Officer for Health Improvement reacts to reports and pictures of packages sent to families who rely on the free school meals programme.
21 December 2020
After a wonderful ST1 year at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich, Dr Sian Vermeulen couldn’t help but write a short farewell poem to sum up her time there.
8 December 2020
As RCPCH Treasurer and Chair of the Membership Committee, Liz Marder reflects on the member survey and why your feedback matters more than ever during the pandemic.
20 November 2020
RCPCH President Professor Russell Viner responds to the Equality and Human Rights Commission's report, Children's Rights in Great Britain, published on World Children's Day.
19 November 2020
As doctors, it is well recognised that we are strong, determined, resilient and able to deal with a variety of stressors in our professional fields. But what about when things go wrong? Dr Stacey Killick, an ST8 at Glan Clwyd Hospital offers her advice.