Simulation and TEL have an increasingly important role in paediatric training, and can help ensure improved patient and family experience, safety and outcomes.
30 June 2018
"Paediatrics is not about boring paper work. If looking after kids is fun, so is work! Paediatrics saves unwell children's lives and makes them smile..." - one of our 12 year old contributors We invite all UK foundation doctors with an interest in pursuing paediatrics as a career. You will get th...
As a Level 3 paediatric trainee, you may wish to apply for a SPIN module. This is additional training and experience in a clinical area, which you complete in a 12-24 month placement. If you do a SPIN module and complete your training, you can apply for posts as a General Paediatrician with a specia...
RCPCHStart means Specialty Trainee Assessment of Readiness for Tenure, and it guides trainees as they prepare for completion of training and practice as a new consultant paediatrician. Find out how to check your eligibility, apply and pay, and how it fits in with your educational supervision.
MRCPCH Clinical is the final element of the MRCPCH (membership exam). It assesses whether candidates have reached the standard in clinical skills expected of a newly appointed Specialty Trainee 4 (ST4). It is held in hospital sites across the UK and in a number of countries overseas. This page gi...
The CESR is for doctors who wish to join the Specialist Register, whose specialist training, qualifications or experience was partly or completely acquired outside of an approved CCT (certificate of completion of training) programme. This committee supports this process.
23 April 2018
Read about the State of Child Health one year on, Facing the Future standards audit, Progress the new paediatric curriculum and much more...
RCPCH ePortfolio (Kaizen) is the online learning tool for you and your trainees to review activities and monitor progress throughout the curriculum. It is easy to use and stores everything trainees do in their timeline.
Doctors who have previous training from outside a GMC (General Medical Council) approved programme may combine this training with a run-through specialist training programme for the CESR (CP).
The CESR is for doctors who wish to join the GMC (General Medical Council) Specialist Register, and whose specialist training, qualifications or experience was partly or completely acquired outside of an approved CCT (Certificate of Completion of Training) programme. It is equivalent to a CCT and...