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.
This report provides data and insights from the first Self-Assessment and External Verification components of the National Children and Young People's Diabetes Quality Programme. With this baseline data, we will be able to make comparisons year on year, and reflect on what is working well and what c...
Since our foundation, we at RCPCH have embraced a commitment, beyond our work in the UK, to improving child health in the world's poorest countries. We train, mentor and advise on a wide range of medical issues which affect infant and child care services worldwide. Take a look at what we do, watch v...
Growing up with diabetes: children and young people with diabetes in England - research report (2009)
Caring for children and young people with diabetes involves a complex process of care provision. Accurate, up-to-date knowledge is crucial to the planning and delivery of best quality health care. This report sets out the findings of a working group established to survey the number of children and y...
One in seven babies born in the UK will spend at least a few days in hospital in a neonatal unit which specialises in looking after babies who are born early, with a low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialised treatment.