Children and young people are experiencing the impact of COVID-19, and lockdown, in many ways - from their education to staying at home with family, from the way they access health and support services to their emotional health and wellbeing. We're compiling studies across the UK that are collecting...
22 May 2020
There are many unanswered questions about children and COVID-19, including when and how we reopen schools, but, argues Russell in this week's weekly address to members, we must go back to the science.
This guidance provides advice for paediatricians and health professionals on how to accurately collect and record data on patients with suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19 using existing surveillance and data collection sources.
25 March 2020
Once again, the State of Child Health report presents a comprehensive picture—and a sobering set of facts. But we must remember that we can only tell the story when we have the right data to do so.
On 17 January 2020, the National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (NPDA) held their National Conference at the Holiday Inn in London. Clinicians from all professional groups working in diabetes and other invited stakeholders came together to learn about how NPDA data has been used to improve services and t...
This page explains how to submit data for our census, using our online data collection system, which is now open. Our Workforce team is sending login details to Clinical leads and directors at each NHS Trust / Health Board in the UK, as well as colleagues they assign.
In September 2019, RCPCH Scotland's Chair of the Child Protection Subcommittee responded to the Scottish Government Consultation on section 38 of the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Act 2015, focusing on the duty to notify aspect.
10 May 2019
For the first time, the College has developed an audit toolkit to support Emergency Departments treating children to monitor how well they are meeting the 70 “Facing the Future” standards. Dr John Criddle and Dr Virginia Davies discuss the development of the toolkit and its impact for children in me...
We submitted written evidence to the Lord Darzi Review in 2018 laying out our vision for the health and care system in 2030 that is built around a properly invested interoperable information system that supports health professionals to drive innovation and quality improvement.
Economic, political, and social changes mean that the role of paediatricians - and the shape of paediatrics - is very different today to what it was two decades ago. It is likely that two decades from now, in 2040, the delivery of paediatrics in the UK will be very different.