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This free online course is designed for the early years workforce and healthcare professionals. It aims to improve your knowledge, skills and understanding of the benefits of effectively sharing information in a professional context.
The NHS Long Term Plan and other NHS England policy documents have emphasised the importance of integrated care to the future of the health service. But what is integrated care and how can it benefit children, young people and their workforce? In these videos three topic experts outline different as...
This meeting place on 18 April 2016 at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London. Over 120 people attended the event, including parents, multi-disciplinary neonatal unit staff members, neonatal network representatives and commissioners.
This meeting took place on 24 April 2017 at the Studio in Birmingham. Over 100 people attended the event, including parents, multi-disciplinary neonatal unit staff members, neonatal network representatives.
This event was a great opportunity to network and learn more about how data is being used to monitor and improve neonatal care in the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP). Take a look at the videos from the day's presentations.
Listen to real-world advice and guidance on how to manage paediatric sepsis. Join Dr Emma Lim, Consultant Paediatrician and Paediatric Sepsis Lead, to discuss all things sepsis together with parents, paediatric specialists and junior doctors in this nine-episode podcast.
Since 2014, we've invited stakeholders from across the rare disease community to this informal networking event. Young people speak about their experiences of living with a rare disease, and patient advocates, researchers and health professionals talk about working in the field. Read on for highligh...
RCPCH &Us is working with young people to reflect on their experiences of COVID-19 and the lockdown.
This will help inform future planning for times of national crisis such as a natural disaster, another pandemic, terrorist incident or other cause of nationwide disruption.