This edition of your membership magazine sees the launch of the Paediatrics 2040 project, the handover of the College presidency and a feature on understanding how mental health is core to paediatrics.
With the world pretty much turned upside down, we have all been feeling fearful. Whilst it is dangerously easy to become caught in this negative spiral, Dr Mumtaz Mooncey has been determined to spread positivity!
After 31 years of dedicated service as the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit’s (BPSU) Scientific Coordinator, Richard Lynn will be leaving the BPSU at the end of March. Richard’s unparalleled commitment to the BPSU and rare disease epidemiology has been integral to the Unit’s continued success.
Russell covers the resurgence of media coverage and questions about PIMS, sharing resources and a "how to recognise" PIMS webinar. On recent and upcoming elections he gives a warm welcome and reminders to vote.
Ranitidine products (Brand names including Zantac®) were voluntarily withdrawn by manufacturers in October 2019 due to the presence of low levels of an impurity called NDMA. The European Medicines Agency has since confirmed its recommendation to suspend all ranitidine medicines in the EU.
The College’s Annual General Meeting will take place remotely on 10 May 2021. It will receive a report on the College’s activity in the last year, the Treasurer’s report on the accounts and a number of other pieces of business.
This study, run through the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit (BPSU), will identify the incidence rates of Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) presenting to secondary health care, referral pathways, patterns of presentation, and clinical features. This study will begin surveillance ...
In challenging times, we are still working to deliver high-quality conferences, with prominent speakers and sessions that explore the latest advances in child health: RCPCH Conference Singapore in early March and our annual RCPCH Conference Online in mid-June.