Our standards describe how paediatric care - acute, emergency, outside the hospital and for ongoing needs - can be delivered to provide a safe and sustainable, high-quality service: meeting the health needs of every child and young person.
We provide a helpful resource for healthcare professionals and service planners to draw upon when requesting, providing and receiving an external second opinion. With a quick guide especially for families in English and Welsh.
This A3 poster contains the generic Learning Outcomes required for all trainees working towards a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) in Paediatrics. Additional Learning Outcomes apply at Specialty level training for General Paediatrics and the paediatric sub-specialties.
RCPCH paediatric curriculum Progress+ will be implemented in August / September 2023.
These documents summarise the key issues and opportunities arising for delivery and organisation of training and includes the impact on service delivery and rota availability.
Our last principle looks at the importance of tailoring a trainee's training programme to their interests and needs. We hear from some trainees about their experience of making their training programme work for them and Dr Dhelaria gives her tips on how to make the most of your time in training.
In July 2022, we responded to the Department for Education (DfE) and Department of Health and Social Care's (DHSC) special educational needs and disability (SEND) Review.
This webpage is a summary and contains our full response in the downloads section.
In July 2022 we responded to the Department of Health and Social Care’s call for evidence to inform a new 10-year Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy for England.
The page has a summary, with the full response available to download.