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.
Next year sees the launch of our networking events for RCPCH Fellows, with confirmed dates of 29 January in Manchester and 5 March in London. We'll start with lunch, and enjoy an afternoon of talks, drop-in sessions and informal discussions on key topics. We look forward to meeting you soon!
We're delighted to announce this year's winner of the RCPCH Global Programme Development Grant. Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)'s one-year programme is identifying gaps in the quality of post-discharge care and how to make improvements and scale up, despite limited resources.
Our structured training sessions - with the GMC Specialist Applications team - show doctors how to enter the Specialist Register through CESR (Certificate of Eligibility for Specialist Registration), avoid common pitfalls and prepare an effective application without the extra time and cost of review...
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.