President's blogs

Professor Steve Turner took over as RCPCH President in March 2024. He says, "I am truly honoured... it is a huge privilege and I want to thank members and colleagues from around the world who have put their faith in me." As his predecessors, Steve will share regular updates with members by email and on this website.

Recent blogs by RCPCH President

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Announcing our new Registrar - President's blog

In his second ever President’s message, Steve welcomes RCPCH’s new Registrar. He also shares highlights from representing the College to the MPs on the Tobacco and Vapes Public Bill Committee, discusses the rise in whooping cough cases and introduces members to the new regular feature, What Does You...
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My goals as I begin my RCPCH presidency - President's blog

In his first blog as RCPCH President, Professor Steve Turner outlines his priorities for the College and notes recent developments in the world of child health and paediatrics, including the Cass Review, a consultation from the GMC, your opportunity to vote for College Registrar and updates to our c...
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Blogs by other members


Data needs a good story

Dr Nick Wilkinson, RCPCH Wales Officer reflects on his experiences of what makes ‘good’ data in his monthly blog.

Trainees taking the lead at our St David's Day Conference

Dr Matthew Spencer led a group of enthusiastic paediatric trainees to deliver the RCPCH Wales St David’s Day Conference last week in Cardiff. The RCPCH Wales team asked Matt (pictured) a few questions about his experience before and on the day and if he had any advice for next year's organiser.