General paediatrics

A general paediatrician is a doctor with the knowledge and skills to manage a wide range of health problems and concerns in children and young people. Find out more about general paediatrics.

News

'A dismal, unfair and unsafe situation': RCPCH responds to National Children’s Bureau Report

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.

Child Liver Disease Foundation - £10,000 grant round

Supports preliminary research that will contribute to a subsequent larger research grant proposal. Projects may be stand-alone or linked to one or more existing studies.
Award programme/theme
Project grant
Funding amount range
Under £50,000
Maximum duration
12 - 24 months
Submission deadline

Health Foundation - Clinician Scientist Fellowships

Provides five years of funding to enable talented clinicians to pursue academic research alongside their clinical practice.
Award programme/theme
Fellowship
Funding amount range
£250,001 to £500,000
Maximum duration
5 years
Course

Neonatal Update 2018: The science of newborn care

19 November 2018

London

The Neonatal Update is the largest specialty meeting in neonatal medicine and regularly attracts audiences of neonatologists and paediatricians, gathered from all over the world. It is a stimulating forum for the exchange of opinions and views on best clinical practice and cutting edge science.
Course

Webinar - A breath of fresh air: supporting parents and carers to protect their children from exposure to secondhand smoke

06 July 2018
This webinar will highlight the key evidence on smoking/secondhand smoke exposure and vaping/secondhand vapour exposure and explore how to deliver effective very brief advice to support parents/carers to reduce children’s exposure to secondhand smoke. Dr Laura Jones, Senior Lecturer in Applied Healt...