This edition's cover story focuses on sleep in a time of COVID. Plus features on paediatricians working in the NHS for the first time, experiences as a woman in paediatrics and the surge in bronchiolitis cases.
Explore our wide range of opportunities on committees and boards in education, training, research, policy and engagement. Most of our current vacanices are open for applications until Monday, 1 November.
From conversations between our President and CEO to an educational series on sepsis, our growing library of podcasts is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
The British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU) at RCPCH is pleased to announce that we are inviting applications for this bursary, which is open to paediatric trainees and newly qualified consultants wishing to undertake a research study into a rare disease or condition that affects children.
After the success of past Academic Trainees Days, with NIHR we have started preparations for hosting the 2021 event. At this event you'll hear from those working in child health research and have opportunities for networking.
We believe that child health research is an essential pillar of every paediatrician’s training and career. Through the new College Trainee Research Network, we invite every trainee member to complete our short survey to help us understand how we can better support you in this area.
The Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacist Group (NPPG), with support from the Royal College of Paediatrics of Child Health (RCPCH) has produced a proposal for a national approach for standardised intravenous infusion concentrations in children.
In memory of Dr Donald Paterson, we offer this award to one individual for the best published paper in paediatrics from the last two years. We hear from the Paterson family and we speak to Tom about his winning publication and its importance for child health.
Each year, with support from GOSH Charity and Sparks, we offer this prestigious award of £2,000 to one early independent researcher in paediatrics. We speak with this year's winner about her research to improve the lifelong health of preterm babies, and we hear her tips for aspiring researchers.
With support from NIHR, we have run the Paediatric Involvement and Engagement in Research (PIER) award for the second year now to recognise multi-disciplinary teams that involve and engage children and young people in their research. Here, we speak with the winning team about their project.