This edition's cover story focuses on sleep in a time of COVID. Plus features on paediatricians working in the NHS for the first time, experiences as a woman in paediatrics and the surge in bronchiolitis cases.
Explore our wide range of opportunities on committees and boards in education, training, research, policy and engagement. Most of our current vacanices are open for applications until Monday, 1 November.
With COP26 in Glasgow next month, we're looking at climate change's impact on child health. Join our virtual gathering on 26 November with an exciting lineup of speakers, and see how you can get informed, involved and inspired.
Our Diploma of Child Health Clinical exam is now being delivered online due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. This page has the guidance you need to prepare for this adapted exam, including recordings of our webinars, frequently asked questions and candidate resources.
We are hosting our fourth annual Epilepsy12 & Organisation of Paediatric Epilepsy Networks (OPEN UK) national conference as a live interactive event, with the theme, 'Working together to improve epilepsies'.
Registration closed on Monday at 10:00.
This one-day course will familiarise you with the Diploma of Child Health Clinical exam. You will gain a greater understanding of the assessment criteria, the key skills required, the pitfalls to avoid by focusing on exam technique and, through practice, how to approach each station.
An online course that will help you develop an approach for early recognition of a wide-range of neuromuscular disorders. This study day will take place via Zoom. Please note this course is not for paediatricians, it is for nurses, health visitors, physiotherapists, GPs and AHPs.
Our annual, national reports, 'Care processes and outcomes' highlight the main findings on the quality of care for children and young people with diabetes mellitus in England and Wales. On this page you can download our latest and previous reports, and find links to our reports especially for parent...
This report highlights the key findings and recommendations from the analysis of the data provided by neonatal units on the admissions of babies for neonatal care in England, Scotland and Wales in 2018.