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In celebration of International Women's Day 2022, we reached out to Dr Ngozi Edi-Osagie, consultant paediatrician and RCPCH Officer for Genomics, to share her thoughts about working in paediatrics and neonatology research.
Dr Barbara Armstrong and Dr Timothy Chambers pay tribute to their friend and colleague Dr James Appleyard, consultant paediatrician and child health campaigner in Kent, who sadly passed away this January. Dr Appleyard was Treasurer of both the BMA and BPA, as well as President of the World Medical A...
On March 3 2022, Members of the House of Lords approved amendments to the Health and Care Bill in England that require local systems and the UK government to take action to help improve child health outcomes across England.
Members of the House of Lords have voted to require the regular publication of health and care workforce projections as part of the Health and Care Bill. The amendment was tabled by Baroness Cumberlege and has been championed in the Commons by Jeremy Hunt MP.
On Tuesday 1 March 2022, the Welsh Government published ‘The Children and Young People’s Plan’. The plan outlines seven cross government priorities, for the next four years, to help achieve this ambition and deliver Welsh Government’s commitment to support children and young people. It pulls togethe...
Over the last year, children, young people and families have been thinking about rare diseases and what matters to them. To mark Rare Disease Day 2022, the RCPCH Engagement Committee has pulled together views and thoughts in this letter.