1 August 2018
Today we launch RCPCH Progress, our new paediatric curriculum. Christine Pierce, Clinical Lead for Curriculum at RCPCH, shares her thoughts on what this means.
17 July 2018
Paediatric Care Online (PCO UK) is an online resource which provides instant access to an innovative decision support system for child health professionals. Here's an introduction to its key features and how you as RCPCH members can access it.
Awarded to a pre-consultant grade medical practitioner working in the UK for the best article on any subject related to paediatrics. Nominations are now open until 30 November.
This awards medical students and foundation doctors, in the UK and Republic of Ireland, for outstanding personal reflections on any aspect of paediatrics experienced in the UK or internationally. Winners receive £500 and an opportunity to present at the RCPCH Conference 2019. Find out how to apply, ...
Each year we offer this prize to outstanding medical students, which includes full registration at our three-day Conference. It's a great opportunity for students to network with professionals within the specialty, demonstrate a commitment to their own career development and expand their portfolio.
Each year we give Foundation doctors a chance to win one-day free access to RCPCH Conference. The prize is a great opportunity to gain more knowledge about paediatrics, network with professionals from all over the UK and gain experience.
The ‘Facing the Future’ and ‘Shape of Training’ reports highlight how the way paediatricians work is changing. In the past, career grade paediatricians were expected to do virtually the same job throughout their careers. Paediatricians are now expected to work differently as their careers progress. ...
If you would like to come to the UK to work in paediatrics, on a short-term or long-term basis, there are several options. These depend on your experience and the amount of time you would like to spend in the UK.
"It’s not weak to fail. It’s not a failure to be human. Doctors are not gods or monsters but we can feel or be made to feel both, often simultaneously." Serena Haywood, neurodevelopmental paediatrician at St George's University Hospital, writes about her own experiences of mental health, and why it ...