We have three exciting new Officer and Assistant Officer roles open to members - in climate change, careers and child protection. Plus vacancies on a new general paediatrics committee and posts especially for SAS doctors and trainees.
The front cover of our Epilepsy12 organisational and clinical audits report for 2023 embodies the spirit of resilience. The documents give insight into the diagnosis and care of children and young people with epilepsy, and the organisation of services.
Join us on 14 November in London for our first 'listening event'. The CPD-accredited day has the collective wellbeing and working lives of paediatricians at its heart, and we want to hear your stories.
In this podcast, Vice President for Training and Assessment, Dr Cathryn Chadwick and Trainees Committee Chair, Dr Emma Dyer talk about the intentionality behind what the College does to train and support members.
From negotiating preservation of training numbers for Progress+ to questioning birth rate projections used in workforce modelling, Camilla highlights some of the areas where we are advocating for our workforce. The blog also links to some important recent publications.
The Donald Paterson Award is granted to the best article on any subject related to paediatrics published or accepted for publication within the previous year.
This year the prize has been awarded to Dr Joseph Ward. Dr Ward was nominated the winner for his research paper “Risk factors for PICU adm...
From writing questions for our assessments to being an MRCPCH Clinical examiner, supporting our trainee paediatricians to joining our course faculty... there are so many opportunities to get involved with education and training at the College!
Doctors at all levels come across children and families in their work, and it's essential that newly qualified doctors can effectively interact with, assess and care for babies, children and young people. This curriculum provides Medical Schools with a framework and recommended learning outcomes to ...
The Simon Newell Award Recognises an outstanding young medically qualified researcher in British paediatrics. Each year, with support from GOSH Charity and Sparks, we offer this prestigious award of £2,000 to one early independent researcher in paediatrics.
All trainee-supervisor relationships come with their own styles and occasional challenges, says Dr Faro Ndokera, a paediatrician in sub-specialty training. But having the same educational supervisor over a longer period offers greater focus and meaning - and a personal touch.
The College’s Officer and Assistant Officer roles are senior leadership roles available to members. We're now recruiting volunteers to help lead on tackling climate change, supporting the needs of the paediatric workforce and championing the safeguarding agenda.