28 March 2019
The Department for Work and Pensions has published a report today on living standards on the UK based on household income measures for the 2017-18 financial year. Professor Russell Viner, President of the RCPCH, responds.
8 March 2019
Today, over 60% of our 19,000 members are women - and both male and female paediatricians take up flexible working and less than full time training. But gender equality is a work in progress. This International Women's Day we look at the history of women in the RCPCH and celebrate 75 years of female...
26 December 2017
Read about RCPCH Conference, find out about our Invited Reviews service, explore emerging results from the Facing the Future audit and more...
24 December 2017
School-aged children from the poorest areas are two and a half times more likely to be admitted to hospital in an emergency for asthma than their counterparts in the richest areas, and this gap has grown substantially in a decade, new research reveals today.
19 December 2017
The UK's medical profession faces the prospect of too few doctors to treat rising numbers of patients, says the General Medical Council (GMC).
14 December 2017
Results of a study which saw breastfeeding rates rise when new mums were given vouchers, have today been published.
13 December 2017
Some of England’s most vulnerable children are being needlessly put in harm’s way because their safety and wellbeing is ignored whilst the Government is focused on Brexit.
7 December 2017
Professor Mary Fewtrell, Nutrition Lead at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, responds to these latest findings which were published by the UCL Institute of Education.
5 December 2017
Doctors, and indeed all healthcare staff, are committed to delivering high quality, safe care and avoiding errors. But when errors do occur, as they will on occasion, it is crucial to reflect, understand why the mistake happened and do everything possible to prevent a similar occurrence again.