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Being an RCPCH Ambassador has given trainee paediatrician Dr Deji Jaiyesimi an insight into paediatric population data locally and nationally, and how it can help him make the case for services that benefit children and young people.
Dr Charmari Wijemanne, Consultant in Community Child Health, tells us what prompted her to apply as RCPCH Ambassador for South East London, and how the role offers an opportunity to amplify the voices of children and their families to improve service design.
RCPCH Learning is our new learning management system and replaces RCPCH Compass.
The improved user experience allows you to easily access all of our learning resources including online learning, webinars, and educational podcasts.
Compass will continue to be available until 31st July 2022, aft...
Feeling valued and a sense of belonging is critical to good workplace culture, which is why our EDI work is so important. Camilla reflects on the collaboration and energy of our working group, alongside a range of College activity.
In this episode, RCPCH President Dr Camilla Kingdon speaks with Professor Simon Kenny about his role at NHS England as national clinical director for children and young people. What does he actually do, how do he and his team keep hold of core priorities in a changing world, and what he is most prou...
The Children's Commissioner for England has said she supports a ban on smacking children in England. Wales recently became the second nation in the UK to ban smacking with the move enshrined in law in March. Scotland implemented a ban in November 2020.
As Spring brings sunshine and optimism, we mustn’t lose sight on the challenges facing our members and children around the world. Camilla shares our work to support medics in Ukraine, our response to the COVID-19 enquiry and how the NHS looks after its staff.