25 October 2018
In a guest blog anticipating the start of 'flu season, RCPCH immunisation experts, Professor Helen Bedford and Dr David Elliman share their thoughts on improving rates of vaccination among children, some misconceptions around the flu vaccination and the role of the paediatrician.
15 November 2018
The MOCHA research project aims to identify and critically assess the differing models of child primary health care that are used across Europe. This event in The Hague, Netherlands will share the headline results, introduce the formal reports, and enable stakeholder discussion on next steps after t...
06 February 2019
This short course will cover the presentation, recognition, diagnosis, management and outcome of the conditions which most commonly cause life-threatening illness in children of all ages. It will develop knowledge of the epidemiology, pathophysiology and therapeutic principles of serious illness in ...
23 November 2018
A one-day conference sharing the latest research, innovation and quality improvement being undertaken at Great Ormond Street Hospital and the Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
27 November 2018
This is a free educational event. It will be of interest to paediatricians, nurses, dietitians, and other allied health professionals working with children with chronic conditions.
We have submitted evidence to NHS England on how mental health should be considered within the long term plan. Our response focuses on the mental health needs, support and services available for the 0-25 age group.
4 September 2018
Our medicines information resource for parents and children is shortlisted for the “Optimisation of Medicines Management” category of the Health Service Journal Award, which celebrates healthcare excellence.
3 September 2018
RCPCH supports the #AskAboutAsthma campaign as NHS in London ask sufferers to ‘take three small steps to improve lives’.
One in seven babies born in the UK will spend at least a few days in hospital in a neonatal unit which specialises in looking after babies who are born early, with a low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialised treatment.