3 June 2020
RCPCH is placing children and young people’s voice at the heart of COVID-19 recovery planning by showcasing the experiences and insight from under 25s across the UK.
RCPCH &Us is working with young people to reflect on their experiences of COVID-19 and the lockdown. This will help inform future planning for times of national crisis such as a natural disaster, another pandemic, terrorist incident or other cause of nationwide disruption.
This high quality leaflet gives information to parents and carers of children and young people who have had a first seizure that was not considered to be a ‘febrile convulsion’. We're working on a version for children and young people. We explain why and how we developed this information.
We transform child health by actively listening to the voice of children, young people and families. We appropriately involve them in a range activities to inform and influence the child health agenda. Can you support us?
Written in 1989, the UNCRC is a set of rules, or 'articles', defining how each child and young person can be kept safe from harm, have chances to develop, become an individual and thrive. It helps us keep children and young people at the heart of all we do, through our RCPCH &Us network. We expla...
In July 2019 RCPCH Scotland responded to The Scottish Government's consultation on a new National Public Health body, 'Public Health Scotland'.
Are you a trainee, SAS doctor or consultant paediatrician working in the NHS? Our young volunteers with RCPCH &Us have a message for you... They love working with you, and want you to carry on being the best paediatrician you can be for years to come. You're lifesavers!
We asked children and young people from Enniskillen, St Albans and Brighton what makes the best paediatrician. Is this you?
In September 2019 we responded to a call for evidence from Health Education England on The Future Doctor – What do the NHS, patients and the public require from 21st-century doctors?