29 November 2017
Official statistics have been published on the number women who have been fully, partially or not at all breastfed at 6 to 8 weeks after birth.
26 November 2017
Responding to the CQC’s Children and young people’s inpatient and day case survey, Dr Mike Linney, Children and Young People’s Lead at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, said:
17 November 2017
To celebrate Explore Your Archive 2017, we've teamed up with Archivists at the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in a blog about our collections. Find out about our favourite records, strangest finds and what we’ve been up to this week.
15 November 2017
Largest ever maternity audit publishes report to help NHS services deliver improvements for women and babies
9 November 2017
The National Maternity and Perinatal Audit (NMPA), published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), is a major clinical report that identifies areas of good practice and opportunities for improvement in the care of women and babies in maternity services across Britain...
30 October 2017
Research published today in the Archives of Diseases in Childhood shows a sharp rise in children admitted to intensive care in England and Wales since 2009, a trend which is not explained by either population growth or the rising birth rate. An analysis of admissions data from the Paediatric Intensi...
16 October 2017
The Association for Young People's Health (AYHP) have launched Key Data on Young People 2017, a report which looks at living circumstances, education and employment, information about health behaviours and lifestyle, sexual health, mental health, physical health and long-term conditions, and use of ...
Care Quality Commission report warns the future quality of the health system is at risk as it struggles to cope with demand
10 October 2017
We respond to the CQC State of Care report, published in October 2017.
9 October 2017
Wales took a large step forward this week to improving the support given to children with medical conditions during the school day, including diabetes and epilepsy.