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.
We undertake research related to paediatric education and training, from an educational perspective. This work is undertaken by members of the team often in collaboration with RCPCH officers, exam leads, paediatric consultants and paediatric trainees.
Children and young people told us about their experiences of epilepsy care in our "clinic chats" - how they want to get in touch with services, the kind of support they want to receive, their best experiences and their ideas for the future. We worked with our Epilepsy12 Youth Advocates to produce a ...
This special report brings together views of children, young people and families looking at key themes from our flagship report. These include poverty, mental health, communication, PSHE (personal, social and health education), LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) and children’s rights.
We asked members and colleagues in Emergency Departments about the challenges they face going into winter. Here are our core findings and full survey results.