We're celebrating the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention of the Rights, which defines how each child and young person can be kept safe from harm, have chances to develop, become an individual and thrive.
RCPCH Conference and exhibition is set to return to Liverpool for the 2020 event. We're building our programme, and delegates will enjoy keynote talks, wide-ranging workshops and unique network events.
We aim to be the ‘go to’ on child health issues for the media and policy makers, using the expertise and experience of our members. We also run a range of events and courses so members and other professionals are updated with the latest policy and practice.
A year after we launched our new training curriculum, in August 2018, we asked trainees and supervisors about their experiences of it. The responses were largely positive, but identified some key improvements that we're now working on - such as updates to ePortfolio, providing more support around do...
This comprehensive course explores childhood epilepsy in 2020. We cover the latest updates on seizure and syndrome classifications, the what and when of investigations, epilepsy ‘plus’, as well as how to manage complex cases, challenges and transitions.
This course focuses on the early recognition of neuromuscular conditions, bringing together a multi-professional team to deliver a case-based programme for health visitors, nurses, physiotherapists, general practitioners and allied healthcare professionals.
RCPCHStart (Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure) is for trainees in Level 3 training. The assessment is about three hours long, and you will be assigned to a morning or afternoon of the two day period.