25 June 2022
During the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid evidence in its treatment of children and young people was crucial, and Dr McArdle's research in this area became of international importance.
This month, Dr Sarah Arthur inspires us with case studies on how we might rethink everyday practice to improve morale and job satisfaction in teams. And, two consultants talk us through their strategies for themselves and their colleagues.
11 May 2022
Chair of the Trainees’ Committee, Dr Laura Kelly is delighted to announce the winners of this year’s national PAFTAs, celebrating paediatric training achievements across the UK.
In this video you can find out more about what happens to your ePortfolio evidence when Progress+ launches in Summer 2023.
Training principle of the month 8: Educational supervision is of high quality and provides consistency
This month, Dr Emma Dyer and Dr Diarmuid McLaughlin take us through some case studies of different forms of supervision and a quick presentation which you can also use to highlight the importance of the Paediatrician of the Future document. We also hear from Dr Shilpa Shah and Dr Kumudini Gomez abou...
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Our Stepping Up programme combines a regional network of doctors with learning resources to support the transition of senior trainees “stepping up” into new consultant roles. As a champion, you'll act as contact point for local members and your Head of School and TPD.
Since March 2020 the COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented disruption to training and assessment in paediatrics in the UK as well as significant stresses to everyone's working and personal lives. We hope that, two years on, we are beginning to return to normal or at least to readjust to a new n...
We invite consultants from all paediatric sub-specialities and senior trainees post-START to join our START scenario generation groups, currently run online. It's a great opportunity for your own continuing professional development and helps support the next generation of consultant paediatricians.
Finding the right balance between training and service needs is more difficult now than ever before. This month, we hear from trainees Dr Joshua Hodgson and Dr Emma Coombe and trainers Dr Sue Laurent and Dr Trisha Radia about the work they have done to achieve this balance in today's NHS.