President updates

In her regular blogs over the past three years as RCPCH President, Dr Camilla Kingdon has reflected on the College's ambitions to improve children and young people's health in the UK and around the world and to support our members. Look out for updates from incoming President, Professor Steve Turner.

Recent President updates


Influencing change - President’s blog

After returning from Nepal, Camilla shares the crucial work being done in the region with support from the RCPCH Global Operations team. There are also updates on her clean air advocacy work and the need for powerful and urgent collective voices, as well as vaping ban campaign win news and your fina...

Ready for the year ahead - President's blog

Camilla’s heated gloves are on and she’s launching into the first update of what promises to be a busy 2024. With a general election on the horizon she sets out our role in ensuring children’s health remains a political priority. There are also details of the College’s brand-new Paediatric Patient S...
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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.