31 May 2018
The membership bodies representing paediatricians, surgeons, anaesthetists and pathologists, have today published a joint response to Justice O’Hara’s report on hyponatremia related deaths in Northern Ireland.
26 October 2018
This is a one-day course focusing on common cardiac problems encountered by any clinician involved in the care of children.
10 December 2018
A one-day course focusing on the diagnosis and management of critical congenital heart defects in neonatal patients.
NNAP supports professionals, families and commissioners to improve care provided by neonatal services who look after babies born too early, with a low birth weight or who have a medical condition requiring specialist treatment.
The National Neonatal Audit Programme (NNAP) 2017 Annual Report on 2016 data was launched on 21 September 2017. The report highlights the key findings and recommendations from the analysis of the data provided by neonatal units on the admissions of 99,849 babies for neonatal care in England, Scotlan...
This framework aims to improve recognising and responding to children at risk of deterioration. A safer system can work in partnership with families and patients, develop a patient safety culture and support ongoing learning.
This tool displays the results from the National Neonatal Audit Programme on data from 2014-2016 at a hospital, neonatal network (regional) and national level. It allows the neonatal community and the public to view and compare the results of our analysis.
We now move on to looking at the theories that underpin the development of a patient safety culture, including some tools and techniques for assessing your culture and working to improve it.
Consultation response to Facing the Facts, Shaping the Future: A draft health and care workforce strategy for England to 2027
26 March 2018
The RCPCH has submitted a response to Health Education England’s consultation Facing the Facts, Shaping the Future: A draft health and care workforce strategy for England to 2027.
26 January 2018
The RCPCH recognises the substantial impact that decisions by the General Medical Council and the High Court have on medical professionals. This case is tragic for all involved, the child, the family, a nurse and a doctor. The case has also engendered anxiety, anger and bewilderment.