We work with members and partners to produce podcasts on a wide range of topics across paediatrics and child health - available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.

Climate action in paediatrics and child health - COP26 and beyond

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"It's every child's right to grow up in a safe environment. And we have to prioritise this for future generations of children to thrive."

In this podcast episode, recorded in November 2021, we reflect on COP26 and what it meant for child health. We also discuss our new impact of climate change position statement, and offer advice to paediatricians on how to support this important issue.

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"Sepsis is still the most common avoidable cause of death in children in the UK." Dr Emma Lim, Consultant Paediatrician, discusses sepsis with parents, paediatric specialists and junior doctors in our educational series, on epidemiology, management, communication and more.
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Paediatric teams around the UK have been talking to us about their work in QI, including on our Diabetes Quality Programme and from our 'QI Champions'. QI encapsulates all aspects of patient care, and we look at service development, review and evaluation, and involving families.
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Last October we spoke with David Evans, then Vice President for Training and Assessment at RCPCH, about the College's response to Shape of training and the 'Paediatrician of the Future' document, which provides the basis for our new training programme from 2023: Progress+.

Conversations between our CEO and President

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In October 2021, our Chief Executive, Jo Revill spoke with RCPCH President, Camilla Kingdon about COVID-19 vaccinations in young people - a complex issue with much public focus. The College had sought to represent the insights of both paediatricians and young people, and emphasised the need to keep children in school.

And earlier in the autumn, Jo and Camilla met to discuss our upcoming College strategy, which, as Jo explained, was "setting guiderails for where we see the College going over this next period".

In 2019, we produced our first series of podcasts on managing sepsis, especially for our members and other child health professionals. Since late 2020 we've covered more topics, from QI experiences in multidisciplinary teams to the aspirations of the RCPCH President candidates.

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