15 October 2019
At the BPSU's rare disease tea party in July, the Minister for rare disease at the Department for Health and Social Care, Baroness Blackwood, announced a ‘national conversation’ on rare disease.
7 October 2019
We take a look at the careers support service designed especially for RCPCH members as our featured benefit for October.
25 September 2019
In preparing for our careers campaign, Russell notes that we must be clear about the challenges of a career in paediatrics, and focused on keeping it as the best career in medicine.
23 August 2019
The College's Council last met on 6 June 2019. The main topics discussed were an update on the Annual Conference 2019, the Workforce Census 2019 and the RCPCH Ambassador Programme. Further details of items discussed are below.
21 August 2019
As part of an expanded offering for RCPCH Fellows, we've introduced a new programme of networking events - including lunch, talks, drop-in sessions and informal discussions.
19 August 2019
Everyone who works in child health has a responsibility to safeguard and protect children from violence, exploitation and abuse. RCPCH members can access a number of resources to support this work.
8 August 2019
Since 2014 the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit has held this annual event - young people living with rare disease and health professionals working in the field share their experiences. Our interns went along to find out more...
5 August 2019
Yesterday the Prime Minister pledged an additional one-off £1.8 billion for the NHS in England. Some of this funding is due to be allocated to children and young people's services but there remains a significant amount to do to help an NHS that is under serious pressure across the country.
1 August 2019
You can now follow RCPCH on Instagram, the social networking channel! We're celebrating the lives of our members - and professionals working in child health - around the world. And to get things started, we've launched a photo competition for a chance to win £250 in gift vouchers.
31 July 2019
This British Paediatrics Surveillance Unit study will assess the current disease burden of herpes simplex virus (HSV), and help to inform future practice on detection, prevention and management of this dangerous disease.