22 June 2019
Curious about paediatrics? Explore this exciting career at our free event - with 1:1 sessions, practical workshops, discussion of the recruitment and application process and more!
10 April 2019
In this webinar, Professor Robert Tulloh and Professor Paul Brogan will provide a comprehensive update on this important condition. They will highlight how out-dated information about Kawasaki Disease is hampering best practice for affected children. They will present the recent research findings (U...
Our free resource, launched in March 2019, brings together examples of quality improvement (QI) interventions submitted by child health professionals. It also has useful tools to aid data collection and improvement interventions.
Below are downloadable resources that provide further detail about the workforce census 2017. First, further information about the study methodology and demand modelling calculations. Second, resources that allow further exploration of the workforce census 2017 data: supplementary data tables and an...
7 November 2018
Syed Taha, an ST1 (specialty training) paediatrician, explains why he was drawn to paediatrics - and reminds us all to have a genuine interest in whatever we do.
18 October 2018
Sebastian Gray, a consultant in Salisbury, explains why working in child health is like being part of a big family, and how to spot the paediatricians in your hospital (hint: they may not drive the fanciest car).
28 September 2018
If you're a FY1, FY2 or "F3" doctor, why not take advantage of our new, free membership package? You'll get resources to support to you as you consider a career in paediatrics.
12 September 2018
RCPCH President Professor Russell Viner reiterates the importance of reflective practice as "crucial for doctors".
10 October 2019
Members and other stakeholders will be invited to attend to hear more about the new training programme, and to provide feedback to help the working group refine the planned changes.
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.