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This report concludes that children would receive better care if they had 24/7 access to a consultant or equivalent senior doctor. This module is recommended in our Facing the Future service standards.
Two years after its launch, we carried out an evaluation to understand how healthcare professionals, children and young people and their families use the Epilepsy Passport. This tells us which aspects of the Passport have been successful and which need improvement.
infoKID launched in March 2014 to provide information on kidney conditions, tests and diagnoses, treatments and supporting information. This evaluation, published in February 2017, aimed to understand how parents, carers and patients, and healthcare professionals use the website.
The RCPCH Invited Reviews service has been running since mid-2012 and has completed over 70 reviews. This report outlines the learning and findings from the first 60 reviews. It gives clinicians, managers and commissioners some ideas for 'quick wins' to improve their service or where help may be u...
Metabolic paediatricians care for children and families who have inherited disorders that affect the body’s normal biochemical reactions. Access the current syllabus for training in this clinical area, as well as the revised syllabus coming in August/September 2021.
A paediatric nephrologist manages children and young people with chronic and acute kidney disease, including the provision of dialysis and kidney transplantation. Find out more about this clinical area, and how training in this sub-specialty, and access the relevant syllabus.
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.