20 January 2021
Elizabeth Lawson, a final year medical student, discusses the benefits of learning about disability medicine via this online resource and recommends its use alongside traditional undergraduate teaching methods.
This is a quick guide for parents and carers about the National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP), which works to improve standards of neonatal care in neonatal units in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man.
Reye's Syndrome is a very rare disorder affecting children and young people, which can appear soon after a viral infection, especially a flu-like illness or chickenpox. The National Reye's Syndrome Foundation, which is now part of RCPCH, provides evidence-based information on a dedicated website.
Paediatricians may receive queries from families about the return to school. Here we provide a summary of the current policy and other guidance in the four nations.
The National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) works to improve standards of neonatal care in England, Scotland, Wales and the Isle of Man. We aim to make the information we gather and share in our annual reports accessible by publishing 'Your baby's care', our guide for parents and carers. You can do...
These high quality leaflets provide 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’, as well as children and young people themselves.
10 May 2019
Our first version is now ready for stress testing by a select group of parents and families from our charity partner, WellChild. If you're joining us at RCPCH Conference and exhibition on 13-15 May, come to our stand for a sneak preview!
We look at how to recognise and optimise everyday opportunities to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent illness.
4 September 2018
Writing directly to patients and their families or carers, rather than to General Practitioners, can help the patient-doctor relationship and improve patients' understanding of their condition. The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has created this new guidance for doctors.
3 September 2018
The start of the new school year can be particularly stressful. In a new blog for parents, Dr Max Davie, Officer for Health Promotion at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, shares his advice on how to keep children healthy, mentally as well as physically, as they prepare to head throu...