Intensive care medicine
The paediatric intensive care physician resuscitates, stabilises, transfers and treats critically ill and injured children - find out about this sub-specialty.
14 May 2019
Part of the RCPCH conference and exhibition 2019
19 July 2019
This one day course is aimed at paediatricians at all levels of training to improve their skills in interpreting normal and abnormal ECG in children of all ages.
This BPSU study investigates severe complications of enterovirus (EV) or human parechovirus (HPeV). It is intended to improve our knowledge of the age-specific incidence, clinical presentation and management, as well describe the survival and rates of long-term complications of severe EV/HPeV infect...
14 June 2019
A one-day course in Glasgow, Scotland focusing on the diagnosis and management of critical congenital heart defects in neonatal patients.
07 June 2019
Sickle cell disease affects one in 2,000 live births and is currently the most common clinically significant inherited disorder in England, with prevalence in some urban areas as high as one in 300. It is a multi-system disorder and patients present with a wide variety of conditions.
26 April 2019
This one-day course explores the common cardiac problems encountered by clinicians involved in the care of children. Sessions will explore the sick baby in the emergency department, genetic heart disease, syncope in childhood, ECG, heart murmurs, palpitations and echocardiography.
29 April 2019
This clinical module is designed to empower you to acquire competence in the management of ventilation in children of all ages within Paediatric Intensive Care and High Dependency Unit areas.
18 October 2018
Sebastian Gray, a consultant in Salisbury, explains why working in child health is like being part of a big family, and how to spot the paediatricians in your hospital (hint: they may not drive the fanciest car).
One in seven babies born in the UK will spend at least a few days in hospital in a neonatal unit which specialises in looking after babies who are born early, with a low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialised treatment.
This report highlights the key findings and recommendations from the analysis of the data provided by neonatal units on the admissions of babies for neonatal care in England, Scotland and Wales in 2017.