Infectious diseases

A paediatric allergy, immunology and infectious diseases (PAIID) specialist is a clinician who works across all paediatric age groups to investigate, diagnose and manage infectious, immunological and allergic disorders - find out more about this sub-specialty.

Course

Royal London Paediatric Update for Paediatricians - webinar

07 February 2023
This CPD-approved webinar will cover 24 most common conditions for which children are referred to Paediatric Outpatient Clinics. The SMART lectures will be delivered by a team of paediatric consultants from The Royal London Hospital. Additionally, eight topics will be covered as video recorded le...
Course

Paediatric Infection (Online)

17 April 2023
This short course synthesises core scientific knowledge with practical clinical scenarios to encourage a deeper understanding of infectious diseases in neonates and children, and to help you to develop your own framework to address any clinical infection problem.
News

Paediatricians reassure parents MMR vaccines are lifesaving, and call on government to publish overdue vaccination strategy

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.
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RCPCH Progress changes for level 3 training – live as of August/September 2021

The General Medical Council (GMC) approved a set of enhancements to some of our current RCPCH Progress sub-specialty syllabi and general paediatrics. These are applicable to level 3 trainees in affected sub-specialties and general paediatrics as of August/September 2021 (see below for exceptions). ...