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On 19 July 2021, Ministers in each of the UK’s governments announced that they had accepted advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) on COVID-19 vaccination in children and young people aged 12 to 17 years.
The RCPCH offers solidarity and stands by its members to continue to address the structural inequalities that affect Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) colleagues and children and young people from those communities.
This paper from RCPCH and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) on inter-professional training advocates that GP and paediatric trainees work side by side in order to share ideas and learn from each other.
Specialists in PAIID work with children with infectious, immunological and allergic disorders. Access the current syllabus for training in this clinical area, as well as the revised syllabus coming in August/September 2021.
A paediatric gastroenterologist supports children with disorders that affect the gastrointestinal tract (stomach and intestines). A paediatric hepatologist works with children with liver diseases. Access the current syllabus for training in PGHAN, as well as the revised syllabus coming in August/Sep...
A paediatric neurologist is a doctor with (or trainee doctor working towards acquiring) expertise in diagnosing and managing the vast range of neurological disorders affecting children and young people. Find out more about this sub-specialty and its curriculum.
The purpose of this principle statement is to:
1. Clarify our position on the rights of LGBTQ+ people to eliminate discrimination and stigma
2. Understand the needs of LGBTQ+ children and young people
3. Support health professionals in their role of providing support to LGBTQ+ children and young ...
The MRCPCH (membership) exam has three theory exams, which are computer-based and taken in an exam centre. They are Foundation of Practice (FOP), Theory and Science (TAS) and Applied Knowledge in Practice (AKP); they can be taken in any order. The Diploma of Child Health includes FOP only. Find out ...