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This course will help you to develop an understanding of how to assess and diagnose Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) within a local child development service including assessment of key domains, and diagnostic formulation.
On Monday 23 May 2022, the Independent Review of Children's Social Care was published. This follows a commitment from the Government in its 2019 manifesto to launch an independent review, and the authors call this a ‘moment’; ‘a once in a generation opportunity to fix child social care’.
The RCPCH and Young Person’s Health Special Interests Group (YPHSIG) are pleased to invite abstract submissions for the Adolescent Health: Re-coming of Age conference on 9-10 November 2022 in Birmingham, UK.
Abstract submissions are open until 4 August, and this page provides full guidance and F...
RCPCH and the Young Person's Health Special Interest Group (YPHSIG) are delighted to be partnering to deliver the eagerly awaited 2022 Adolescent conference. Join us for this two-day event in Birmingham this November.
EPALS is an advanced course that trains healthcare professionals in the early recognition of the child in respiratory or circulatory failure and management of a cardiac arrest. EPALS provides the knowledge and skills needed to prevent further deterioration and help to save young lives.
On Tuesday 1 February, UKHSA published concerning data that the UK once again has not met the WHO targets for Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccination, and indeed the situation is getting worse, with now 1 in 10 children over the age of 5 at risk of measles.
Today, the RCPCH responds to this NICCY report which examined the length of time children and young people are waiting to access appointments, the current reporting systems, the impact of delayed care and factors which contribute to paediatric waiting times across Northern Ireland.