Book your place at RCPCH Conference 2022

Booking is now open for this year's RCPCH Conference, which will take place from 28 to 30 June at the ACC in Liverpool. Join colleagues from across the paediatric and child health community as we return to our first in person flagship event in three years.

Full delegate rates and further event details are provided below.
Woman collects delegate bag at Conference registration desk

Book your place now

Overview

RCPCH Conference returns to Liverpool this year for what promises to be a busy three days of insightful talks from leading experts, informative specialty sessions and valuable networking opportunities.

As we now have the opportunity to come together in person for this big event, our theme is connect, energise, inspire: celebrating paediatrics and child health together.

If you're unable to join us in Liverpool, a virtual option is available to book. This includes access to a live stream of all our keynote talks across the three days plus live streams of all sessions that take place in our main auditorium. Full details of which sessions will be livestreamed will be released in due course.

If you register to attend any of the Conference in person you will be given access to the recordings of the livestreamed sessions that took place on the day(s) you registered for. Should you wish to access the livestreamed sessions for additional days, you can also purchase the full virtual package in addition to your face-to-face booking.

Programme

From neonatal and maternal safety to health inequalities, from lessons from the pandemic to your wellbeing...our sessions will explore these vital themes and more. We've developed our programme with the input of more than 30 specialty groups, so you'll be able to update your knowledge on the clinical areas that suit you.

Browse our full programme and the offer for virtual delegates

Registration deadlines

The deadline to register online is Monday 27 June at midday.

An onsite booking option will be available, but please note that this will have a small surcharge as noted below.

Delegate fees: in-person

Role 1 day 2 days 3 days Onsite (per day)
Members
Consultants £215 £410 £585 £230
Trainees, SAS doctors, Foundation doctors and Allied Health Professionals (inc. associate specialists, nurses, clinical fellows, staff grades) £120 £230 £330 £130
Retired members (inc.Senior Fellows)* £100 £190 £190 £100
Non-members
Non-members with a primary qualification (eg GP) £260 £500 £720 £275
Non-members without a primary qualification (eg Allied health professionals) £195 £370 £525 £215
Medical students (members/non-members in full time undergraduate education) £30 £60 £90 £30

*Retired members are eligible to register free of charge for Wednesday, 29 June

Discounted rates are available for attendees from low income and lower-middle income countries, based on World Bank classification. These will be applied at the basket page once you have selected your country. Proof of residency may be requested at our discretion. 

Book your early bird place

Delegate fees: virtual

This year’s virtual offering includes access to a live stream and on demand access of all our keynote talks across the three days, plus live streams of all sessions that take place in our main auditorium. You can see the details on our Conference programme page

On demand content will be accessible until Wednesday 31 August 2022. 

Role Rate for three days virtual
Members
Consultants £250
Trainees, SAS doctors, Foundation doctors and Allied Health Professionals (inc. associate specialists, clinical fellows, staff grades) £150
Retired members (inc.Senior Fellows) £120
Non-members
Non-members with a primary qualification (eg GP) £300
Non-members without a primary qualification (eg Allied health professionals) £220
Medical students (members/non-members in full time undergraduate education) £50

Book your virtual place

A note on COVID-19

We acknowledge that there is still uncertainty with regard to the pandemic. We want to ensure that, as we return to face-to-face events, we do so in the safest way possible. We will continue to monitor the latest Government guidance and/or restrictions on a regular basis. Should the RCPCH Conference be impacted in any way or should we need to cancel or postpone this event, we shall inform all registered attendees with as much notice as possible.

In the event that the Conference does need to be cancelled, a full refund of registration fees will be issued. We are not able to refund any travel or accommodation expenses incurred in relation to this event if cancelled or postponed.

If you are unable to attend the Conference due to a positive COVID-19 test we will refund your ticket price in full. However, please note that we may request proof of your result before processing the refund.

See our full cancellation policy

Event accessibility

As a college we strive to make our Conference more accessible. 

Please find full details about event accessibility here