16 January 2019
This BPSU study hopes to improve our knowledge of the incidence, clinical presentation and management of FPIES as well as improve awareness of the condition among paediatricians.
14 January 2019
As part of its childhood obesity plan, Government has launched a consultation on restricting promotions of food and drink that is high in fat, sugar and salt.
11 January 2019
Read about RCPCH hopes for the NHS England Long Term Plan, thoughts and solutions to winter pressures, Paediatrics 2040, a two-year project to set our vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK, and more...
8 January 2019
Returning to Birmingham on 13-15 May this year, our theme is 'Paediatrics: pathways to a brighter future'. As a member, you'll get a discount on the registration. We look forward to seeing you there!
4 January 2019
In a UK first, the RCPCH publishes new guidance to help parents manage their children’s screen time.
20 December 2018
As we approach the end of 2018, Russell looks forward to our work in the coming year - with the election of two Vice President roles and a strong focus on the paediatric workforce.
Mark Drakeford announced as new Welsh Labour leader - what does this mean for child health in Wales?
7 December 2018
After months of speculation, campaigning and voting, we now have the result of the Labour leadership contest in Wales. The top job has gone to a man who may not be a household name for RCPCH members so Gethin Matthews-Jones, RCPCH External Affairs Manager for Wales, blogs to answer two questions: wh...
4 December 2018
For the first time, The Health Survey looks at links between parent and child obesity. RCPCH responds saying it is a "cycle of life that can have terrible consequences to the health of entire families for generations".
30 November 2018
In his November blog, Russell reflects on a tumultuous month in politics and looks to the future for the NHS and paediatrics.
22 November 2018
Statistics released today by NHS Digital reveal that one in eight children between the ages of five and 19, surveyed in England in 2017, had a mental health disorder. Professor Russell Viner, President of the RCPCH responds.