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In October 2019, we responded to the Department of Health and Social Care’s consultation on their prevention green paper, which looks at how our health is shaped by the environment in which we live, the choices we make and the services we receive.
In 2018 the RCPCH responded to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Obesity inquiry, noting that the obesity represents one of the greatest threats to children and young people and to the future of the nation.
The College's scientific publication is one of the leading paediatric journals in the world. A peer-reviewed journal, ADC focuses on all aspects of child health and disease from the perinatal period to adolescence. Its Education and Practice edition can help paediatricians in their ongoing professio...
We commit to auditing our standards so we can build a comprehensive picture of paediatric provision across the four nations. This audit covered the first edition of Facing the Future: Standards for acute general paediatric services.
What keeps children in care happy, healthy and well? Care-experienced children and young people worked with RCPCH &Us to create these free resources, including 'health and wellbeing passports', a poster and games to help share who they are, how they are feeling and what support they would like - as ...
BMJ Paediatrics Open is a peer-reviewed open access journal showcasing research, clinical reviews and protocols on any aspect of child health from healthcare professionals. It was launched by RCPCH and BMJ Publishing in May 2017.
For over 30 years the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit has been facilitating research into childhood rare diseases and disorders. To mark this milestone and to celebrate the Unit's ongoing impact we published our 30 year anniversary report.
During the transition period, RCPCH called on Government to put children and young people’s best interest at the centre of its negotiations with the European Union. We summarise and review the agreements made in the UK-EU deal that will impact on child health and our members.