This edition of your membership magazine sees the launch of the Paediatrics 2040 project, the handover of the College presidency and a feature on understanding how mental health is core to paediatrics.
Experts from 13 national bodies, including seven Royal Colleges, have joined forces to launch new practical guidance to support doctors and other health professionals around valproate use in women and girls in their reproductive years.
On 10 September 2020, we hosted our third annual Epilepsy12 & Organisation of Paediatric Epilepsy Networks (OPEN UK) national conference 2020: 'Working together to improve epilepsies’, as a live webinar. Access resources and presentations from the event on this page.
You will be learning about some acute neurological conditions, namely coma, trauma and cerebrovascular disorders in this unit from the British Paediatric Neurology Association. All of these are extremely common conditions in neurological practice; hopefully you will find yourself better equipped to ...
This unit from the British Paediatric Neurology Association covers the full spectrum of neuromuscular disease. It provides up-to-date information on how growing knowledge of molecular genetics has contributed to our rapidly expanding understanding of these disorders and changed diagnostic strategy.
Fellowship awards provide research funding for epilepsy researchers planning to develop a track record in paediatric epilepsy research and seeking to transition into research leadership. Funds will cover the Fellow’s salary, support staff costs, and project running costs.
Epilepsy Research UK is issuing an urgent call for health services research that will generate high-quality evidence that informs the future delivery, quality, cost, or access of care for people with epilepsy. Central to this call, is the acceptability of innovations and delivering outcomes that have been identified by people with epilepsy.
We're delighted to announce this year's winner of the RCPCH Global Programme Development Grant. Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (KBTH)'s one-year programme is identifying gaps in the quality of post-discharge care and how to make improvements and scale up, despite limited resources.