We have varied membership types - for medical students and foundation doctors, new trainees and post-MRCPCH doctors, affiliated child health professionals and retired paediatricians. Our questionnaire helps find the best type for you!
This course aims to increase awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence to assess and manage the health needs of accompanied and unaccompanied refugee and asylum-seeking children (AURASC) across medical settings.
This short course synthesises core scientific knowledge with practical clinical scenarios to encourage a deeper understanding of infectious diseases in neonates and children, and to help you to develop your own framework to address any clinical infection problem.
This course will help delegates to develop an approach to the management of common paediatric skin disorders and how to recognise rare and complex conditions that require specialist referral.
Delivered virtually via Microsoft Teams.
Today, the RCPCH responds to this NICCY report which examined the length of time children and young people are waiting to access appointments, the current reporting systems, the impact of delayed care and factors which contribute to paediatric waiting times across Northern Ireland.
The UK must prepare now for a potential new wave of coronavirus infections this winter that could be more serious than the first, says a new report from the Academy of Medical Sciences. Responding to 'Preparing for a challenging winter', the RCPCH made the following statement on vaccinations and pro...
In January 2020 we responded to NHS England and Improvement’s (NHSE/I) consultation on Primary Care Network (PCN) services. We are concerned that the services will not address the needs of children and young people.
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.