The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking nominations for the election of Registrar 2021-2024.
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking nominations for the the election of President 2021-2024.
27 October 2020
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.
We need to look at whether we as a College truly reflect the breadth and diversity of our membership. In 2019, we commissioned a report, with external input, on member representation in our voluntary roles. In our new action plan, published in July 2020, we outline how we are implementing these r...
26 October 2020
Taking the Paediatric Clinical Leaders debate online, this virtual conference session will feature three 45 minute debates that all relate to the challenges of meeting the diverse needs of individuals and organisations in paediatrics.
05 October 2020
Chaired by Dr Liz Marder and Dr Nicola Jay, this free, live online event will feature a guest lecture and abstract presentations, with opportunities for delegates to ask questions. It's an online version of the paediatric sub-specialty symposium due to take place at the RCPCH Conference and exhibiti...
3 June 2020
We're seeking nominations for people who have made major contributions to paediatrics and child health for two awards: the James Spence Medal, our highest honour; and RCPCH Honorary Fellowship. Nominations are open until 13 August.
30 April 2020
Dame Mary Marsh, Chair of the Board of Trustees welcomes Professor Sir Terence Stephenson to the Board.
7 April 2020
Dr Susan Broster has been appointed as our Global Officer, working closely with the staff team and many clinical volunteers to deliver our global child health programmes. Sue replaces Dr Bhanu Williams, who now joins our Board of Trustees.
Our Ireland Committee represents membership in both Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland, and specifically directs College business in the NI jurisdiction. Regional representatives from NI sit on our many committees.