Knowledge and skills
4 December 2020
It’s been a year of challenges but that didn’t stop us delivering the popular features of RCPCH Conference to our members and colleagues.
12 March 2021
This one-day course will familiarise you with the Diploma of Child Health Clinical exam. You will gain a greater understanding of the assessment criteria, the key skills required, the pitfalls to avoid by focusing on exam technique and, through practice, how to approach each station. Please note:...
27 November 2020
We respond to 'The state of medical education and practice in the UK', the flagship annual report from the General Medical Council (GMC).
26 February 2021
This online course meets the General Medical Council’s requirements for educational supervisors. It explores the fundamentals of educational supervision and provides essential updates on the RCPCH Progress Curriculum and RCPCH assessments.
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking nominations for Vice President for Education and Professional Development and Vice President for Training and Assessment. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2021, 09.00.
26 October 2020
Dr Mike Linney emphasises the importance of protecting services for children and young people as pressure mounts again in the coming months. Highlighting the Chief Nursing Officer stating that vital supports for children including school nurses and health visitors will be protected from redeployment...
13 October 2020
The Board of Trustees is very grateful to Mark Devlin for his engaged and committed service to the College as an independent member of the Board of Trustees.
2 October 2020
Due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19, much of the detail around 2021 recruitment is still being finalised, but we understand that the processes are due to be signed off by the Medical & Dental Recruitment and Selection (MDRS) committee on 8 October 2020.
25 August 2020
RCPCH welcomes the work NHS Digital have done to add Additional Information to over 54 million patients’ Summary Care Records in England.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges acknowledges the importance of Gillick competency, a well established legal principle which recognises the evolving maturity and individuality of children. Read the full statement attached.