Our Officers deliver the work of the College, and the President, Registrar, Treasurer and four Vice Presidents also sit at Council. Find out more
26 May 2020
Prof Nick Bishop, VP for Science and Research, outlines some of the key developments in the College's Research & Quality Improvement Division, recognising ongoing work despite the disruptions to members' schedules. He also discusses research on the effects of COVID-19 on child health and wellbeing.
7 May 2020
The national clinical trial to identify treatments that may be beneficial for patients diagnosed with COVID-19 will begin recruiting children and infants in May 2020.
30 April 2020
"At such a busy and challenging time for all of us, I wanted to take a brief moment to pause and reflect on what COVID-19 means for us as a paediatric community in Wales, and what I as RCPCH Officer for Wales can do to support you all through this period." David Tuthill explains more to our members ...
7 April 2020
Dr Susan Broster has been appointed as our Global Officer, working closely with the staff team and many clinical volunteers to deliver our global child health programmes. Sue replaces Dr Bhanu Williams, who now joins our Board of Trustees.
16 January 2020
Our President Professor Russell Viner comments on the Dubs amendment to protect child refugees from family separations.
Officers take on varied, senior roles at RCPCH. In all cases, they actively participate in developing College strategy and delivering work plans that are underpinned by our charitable objectives.
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...
13 November 2019
Health and social care in the UK is devolved. Our Officers for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland set out what the UK General Election means for them.
29 October 2019
We're flying the flag for more investment in developing research capabilities and capacity in our specialty, and we're providing the evidence-based resources needed to improve care for our patients. As VP for Science and Research, Nick explains more.