10 June 2020
This updated RCPCH advice for clinicians is provided to help members in their discussions with children and young people who are shielding across the UK and their families.
26 June 2020
RCPCH today publishes its first report from Paediatrics 2040, a major project looking at how paediatrics will change over the next 20 years.
24 June 2020
Today, health leaders called for a review of lessons learned during the first phase of the pandemic. We've set out an additional call for a rapid review into the experiences of children and young people during the first wave, so that they can be protected from the harshest mitigation measures if we ...
22 June 2020
In this blog, Dr Nicola Jay, Officer for Workforce Planning and Health Services, reflects on the long road to recovery ahead, recognising that equality has to be at the core of our work going forward.
1,500 paediatricians sign open letter to Prime Minister urging Government to make reopening of schools a priority
17 June 2020
RCPCH publishes an open letter from members about the importance of a plan to reopen schools.
22 May 2020
We respond to RCUK position on resuscitation and PPE.
7 May 2020
The national clinical trial to identify treatments that may be beneficial for patients diagnosed with COVID-19 will begin recruiting children and infants in May 2020.
28 April 2020
Together with NHS England / NHS Improvement, we've been working on ways to deal with increased demand for NHS 111. In late April we contacted paediatricians who are 'shielding', have been stepped down from normal service, or are recently retired to help provide cover for NHS 111 services in England.
22 April 2020
Since 2017, changes to NHS charging regulations have placed requirements on NHS trusts to identify patients not ‘ordinarily resident’ in the UK who should be charged for receiving secondary and community care. This policy has, sadly, placed vulnerable groups at risk of worsened health outcomes as th...
15 April 2020
RCPCH is launching a new data collection and reporting tool to track the impact of COVID-19 on child health services. Dr Jay and Professor Bishop explain why it is so important to capture changes to services during this period.