The RCPCH President and Vice-President for Training and Assessment comment on the General Medical Council’s National Training Survey summary report for 2021, which shows a rise in levels of burnout across the profession.
The RCPCH responds to the Government announcement that they have accepted the advice of the Joint Committee on Vaccinations and Immunisations (JCVI) regarding children and young people and COVID-19 vaccination.
Our wonderful festival of sport ended on a sour note, says Camilla, but a child's brave remark brings hope. There's profound disappointment too at the recent UK government decision to reduce overseas aid. But, we’ve seen some good news for clinicians in difficult cases and for our academic journal.
Sophie Taylor is no stranger to challenges and is acutely aware of the difficulty we all face in overcoming them. Here she shares her experiences of growing up as well as some things she's found to help relieve the pressures of the past year. She is a 4th year medical student at Keele University and...
Dr Ray Nethercott sets out some key observations on the Northern Ireland policy landscape; the recently published NI Executive Child poverty Strategy report and; the next steps the College are taking to respond to the ongoing Department of Health's consultation, Duty of Candour and Being Open.
Camilla reflects on an energetic RCPCH Conference Online with desire for action, engagement and "being boat rockers". She congratulates Andrew Pollard for his extraordinary services in the pandemic and highlights new opportunities for our members.