19 June 2019
This interactive NHS conference will focus on how services can bridge the gap between paediatric and adult services for adolescents. Take the opportunity to tackle how to overcome common challenges to ensure smooth and supported transition processes.
11 July 2018
Dr Alison Steele responds to the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) new report, published today on behalf of the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Children: Storing Up Trouble – A postcode lottery of children’s social care.
Fabricated or induced illness by carers (FII) can cause significant harm to children. It involves a well child presented by a carer as ill or disabled, or presented with a more significant problem than he or she has in reality, and suffering harm as a consequence. This document sets out the spec...
This special report brings together views of children, young people and families looking at key themes from our flagship report. These include poverty, mental health, communication, PSHE (personal, social and health education), LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) and children’s rights.
The 'Understand' model is designed for healthcare professionals to think about the why, how and what every time they work with children and young people.
The resources in these booklets will take you through engagement using tried and tested activities from our “Engagement Café” series.
As part of our commitment to training the global workforce, RCPCH Global runs educational opportunities, including UK-based face-to-face courses and eLearning.
This game enables a young person to pick the cards that best represent how they are feeling, prompt them to discuss the topic and find out more information.
Based on the classic children's game, this game provides ‘Facts vs Myths’ surrounding the subject of mental health, which can enable a teacher/healthcare professional to facilitate a discussion regarding this issue.
Developed by our summer intern Papia (age 17) in 2016, this tool shows young people's expectations for consultations with their doctors.