President's blog

In her regular blogs, Dr Camilla Kingdon reflects 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.

President's blogs


Precious commodity of hope - President's blog

Camilla reflects on a week of the most significant industrial action ever taken by doctors in the NHS. She signposts the College's industrial action resources as well as reminding members of some opportunities to apply for mentoring and to feed into the GMC National Training Survey.
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Articles by other members


Tribute to Professor Sverre Lie

Professor Sverre Lie was one of the first paediatric oncologists in Norway and was awarded Honorary Fellowship of the College. Professor Sir Alan Craft looks back on his career as a founder member and later President of the Nordic Society of Paediatric Haematology and Oncology.

Longitudinal educational supervision - how it's worked for me

All trainee-supervisor relationships come with their own styles and occasional challenges, says Dr Faro Ndokera, a paediatrician in sub-specialty training. But having the same educational supervisor over a longer period offers greater focus and meaning - and a personal touch.

Paediatrics and the collision with tech

As we look forward to this May's RCPCH Conference, keynote speaker Professor Sam Shah, Digital Health Research Lead, UCL Global Business School for Health and Senior Advisor for Healthtech and Behaviour Change at Freuds, gives us a preview of what he will be taking about at our big event.

Tribute to Dr Janet Anderson

Professor Sir Alan Craft pays tribute to Dr Janet Anderson, a general paediatrician in Wolverhampton with a special interest in diabetes. For many years she was involved in training at RCPCH and was an Honorary Fellow.