Level 1 trainee
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...
23 May 2019
This course is intended for candidates revising for MRCPCH Clinical in June 2019, but is recommended at any stage in your preparation. You will gain a greater understanding of the key skills required and the pitfalls to avoid. The course will focus on exam technique and prepare you for the various s...
26 November 2018
The Examinations Executive Committee are introducing modifications to the structure and scoring system of the MRCPCH Clinical examination. Trainees and examiners have provided significant input into these changes, which were approved by the GMC (General Medical Council) in July 2018. These changes...
MRCPCH Clinical is the final element of the MRCPCH (membership exam). It assesses whether candidates have reached the standard in clinical skills expected of a newly appointed Specialty Trainee 4 (ST4). It is held in hospital sites across the UK and in a number of countries overseas. This page gi...
This information is for doctors applying for paediatric specialty training (ST) at ST1 or ST2 in the UK - known as National Round 1 - for posts commencing in August/September 2019. Applications, including for the re-advert, are now closed.
Paediatric trainees and your educational supervisors can use ePortfolio to record learning in all its forms and settings, and to monitor progress through the curriculum. It is is mandatory for all run-through and non run-through paediatricians in UK training posts. Find out how to use it with our...
Our theory exams are computer-based and take place three times a year in the UK and overseas. If you are taking one or more theory exams for MRCPCH or Diploma of Child Health, find out when and how to apply, what times they start and finish, what to bring on the day and what to expect after the exam...
Our written guidance and videos explain how RCPCH Progress, our curriculum for paediatric training, works.
From recruitment to certification... this is your RCPCH guide to paediatric specialty training in the UK. It covers your annual review of competence progression (ARCP) and the varied options for your training.
You can access your results on your online account five to six weeks after the exam. We will email your detailed results breakdown approximately one week after that. If you wish to request a re-mark for your theory exam or an appeal for your clinical exam, you must do this within two weeks of receiv...