This page provides guidance and resources for delivering an effective transition from children's to adults' health services. We highlight five key determinants that ensure young people are provided with high quality care throughout the transition process.
A paediatric gastroenterologist supports children with disorders that affect the gastrointestinal tract (stomach and intestines). A paediatric hepatologist works with children with liver diseases. Find out more about this sub-specialty and its curriculum.
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.
Effective communication is a vital skill for any paediatrician, be that with colleagues, children and young people, parents and carers or other care professionals. This is one of a series of resources - developed with and by trainees, supervisors and children and young people - to support trainees i...
The safety of all children is paramount and the divine factor of all areas in paediatrics. This domain requires the trainee to consider safeguarding as an essential element of all aspects of paediatric healthcare practice be that with children and young people, parents and carers, other care profess...