Camilla has a ‘sit up and be counted’ moment over the recent headline that 152 million babies were born prematurely - and at least 10% of those died - over the last decade. The College has its role to play in addressing this sad and unacceptable statistic.
Camilla sends hope to colleagues in Sudan. She shares thoughts on the updated Healthcare Standards for Children and Young People in Secure Settings and gives a timely reminder on the updated training programme structure: Progress+.
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.
From the three days of NHS strike action to the spring budget, there has been a lot to react to this week. Camilla reflects also on our advocacy on migrant health as well as upcoming genomics webinars this month.
Fresh from her visit to the International Paediatric Association Congress in India, Camilla shares highlights from paediatric partners around the world. She also reminds members of our information and resources on industrial action.
In a tough week for the child health agenda in the UK, Camilla encourages us to continue to advocate on children's behalf. She also shares her gratitude for the efforts of some of our overseas partners and our subspecialty groups.