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.
Download these RCPCH &Us cards to pass on #StayHomeSaveLives birthday wishes to patients staying indoors, and thanks to children and young people who are helping the NHS by staying home. With huge thanks to Dr Sharmishtha Sivakumaran, a consultant community paediatrician, for this brilliant idea.
RCPCH &Us have made fun things to do while you are staying home – a health diary to write or draw your questions or feelings between appointments, and an activity pack so you can help the NHS and entertained (plus get a certificate!)
10 September 2020
Save the date for the third annual Epilepsy12 & OPEN (Organisation of Paediatric Epilepsy Networks) UK National Conference 2020: 'Working together to improve epilepsies’. This free, one-day event is for members of paediatric epilepsy services across the OPEN UK networks and representatives of patien...
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) “Yellow Card Scheme” is the UK system for collecting and monitoring information on suspected safety concerns or incidents involving side effects to medicines (also known as adverse drug reactions or ADRs) and medical devices.
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?
8 August 2019
Since 2014 the British Paediatric Surveillance Unit has held this annual event - young people living with rare disease and health professionals working in the field share their experiences. Our interns went along to find out more...
Young people from Central Bedfordshire Youth Voice have been working with the RCPCH &Us team to explore Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) health experiences. Inspired by the NHS Rainbow Badge Initiative, the group contributed their views, ideas and recommendations for creating LGBT+ awa...
Our booklet brings together voices, views, ideas and experiences from children, young people and their families on our paediatric training curriculum. As a trainee, you can use this to help inform and shape your service, practice and reflections.