The RCPCH President and Vice-President for Training and Assessment comment on the General Medical Council’s National Training Survey summary report for 2021, which shows a rise in levels of burnout across the profession.
After the success of past Academic Trainees Days, with NIHR we have started preparations for hosting the 2021 event. At this event you'll hear from those working in child health research and have opportunities for networking.
In this 2 hour and 15 minute workshop we’ll explore topics within the FOP exam that have proven particularly challenging for overseas candidates. We’ll use case scenarios to help you understand the key knowledge and skills required and the pitfalls to avoid.
We’ll also provide practical tips of h...
With the support of NIHR, we are hosting a free, online Academic Trainees Day. At this event you will hear from experts in paediatric research and have the chance to network with other research interested trainees.
We believe that child health research is an essential pillar of every paediatrician’s training and career. Through the new College Trainee Research Network, we invite every trainee member to complete our short survey to help us understand how we can better support you in this area.
The General Medical Council (GMC) has approved a set of revisions to some of our current RCPCH Progress sub-specialty syllabi and to the level 3 general paediatrics syllabus, to take effect later this year.
The General Medical Council (GMC) has approved a set of enhancements to some of our current RCPCH Progress sub-specialty syllabi and general paediatrics. These will be applicable to level 3 trainees in affected sub-specialties and general paediatrics from August/September 2021 (see below for excepti...
This one day, expert-led, online course aims to equip paediatricians for an up-to-date approach to the management of perplexing presentations and fabricated and induced illness (FII). This is in line with the RCPCH guidance, updated in March 2021.
On 14 May 2021, Health Education England (HEE) reported that it's working with the Department of Health and Social Care, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, the General Medical Council and NHS England and Improvement to support training recovery as an urgent priority. A new resource page is available...