Global child health
Our global programmes help us improve child health worldwide. Find out more about what we do and the impact we have around the world on our Global child health pages.
14 November 2018
Congratulations to our Global team who are finalists for a prestigious British Medical Journal award for our work in Myanmar.
It's taking me a bit longer to become a consultant but the things I’ve seen and experienced are completely worth it!
14 November 2018
Dr Chris Hands explains how working less than full time gave him a chance to support children's charities and help rebuild paediatric emergency care structures in Sierra Leone.
20 February 2019
HBB is an evidence-based educational program to teach neonatal resuscitation techniques in resource-limited areas. It is an initiative of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO).
15 November 2018
The MOCHA research project aims to identify and critically assess the differing models of child primary health care that are used across Europe. This event in The Hague, Netherlands will share the headline results, introduce the formal reports, and enable stakeholder discussion on next steps after t...
29 January 2019
Join us at the RCPCH International Conference, taking place in Cairo, from the 29-31 January 2019, where delegates will arrive from around the Middle East, North Africa and beyond to enjoy three days of inspirational talks, informative workshops and exclusive networking opportunities.
11 February 2019
This practically focused course equips clinicians to manage the most common childhood presentations in low resource settings, and gives insight into working abroad. It is for paediatric clinicians with an interest in global child health or who intend to work in low income countries.
30 August 2018
We have won two major grants to continue delivering the national Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment Plus (ETAT+) programme with Ministry of Health and WHO, and to develop a national paediatric nurse training and mentoring programme alongside this.
RCPCH Global are developing a model of support for screening early developmental delay and disabilities and care pathway planning for implementation (depending on availability of funding) with Palestinian refugee communities in Lebanon.
A must-attend conference for paediatricians and the wider child health team, the 2019 event will showcase inspirational keynote talks, some fantastic networking events, and a wide choice of sessions that explore the latest clinical updates and policy developments.
08 November 2018
We invite you to join us for this special day - an opportunity to explore the work of the College, with a focus on global child health, and to network with former colleagues over a three-course lunch and tea.