In our summer 2023 edition, we prepare for the new training currriculum Progress+! Members discuss collaborative working in youth-friendly services and a paediatrician shares lessons learnt as both parent and doctor on the neonatal unit.
This joint standing committee between RCPCH and Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacists Group (NPPG) responds to government consultation documents, provides advice to RCPCH members and supports the MedsIQ and Medicine for Children programmes.
This course aims to increase awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence to assess and manage the health needs of accompanied and unaccompanied refugee and asylum-seeking children (AURASC) across medical settings.
This is a group of asthma experienced or interested children, young people and families who volunteer together to improve care for asthma patients and their families. Read about their award-winning project and the young people involved!
The fifth annual Epilepsy12 and Organisation of Paediatric Epilepsy Networks (OPEN UK) national conference took place on Wednesday 21 September 2022. You can find conference resources and more information about the event on this page.
How can we as paediatric health professionals support children and young people to swallow pills? In this series of educational podcasts, produced with Kidzmed, Dr Emma Lim chats with colleagues at the Great North Children's Hospital in Newcastle to explore what's gone well and what they can learn.....
"Like I did, check out the #ChoosePaediatrics programme, consider an application to the specialty, and I hope one day we will work together", says Dr Kish Gandhi, who introduces January's theme of the month - that children are great patients - and tells us how he chose paediatrics after qualifying a...
When Dr Marcus Baw and colleagues set out to develop a new API for growth charts, they knew they'd have pick a technology with which to build a server. But which to choose? Here's why Python is the best programming language for this project.