This edition's cover story focuses on sleep in a time of COVID. Plus features on paediatricians working in the NHS for the first time, experiences as a woman in paediatrics and the surge in bronchiolitis cases.
Explore our wide range of opportunities on committees and boards in education, training, research, policy and engagement. Most of our current vacanices are open for applications until Monday, 1 November.
From conversations between our President and CEO to an educational series on sepsis, our growing library of podcasts is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
This is a Basic Plus face to face course that will benefit paediatric, neonatal, PICU, and Emergency Paediatrics trainees and consultants, and Advanced Nurse Practitioners and cardiac sonographers who have recently commenced or intend to commence performing echocardiograms on neonates and children. ...
Together with NHS England / NHS Improvement, we've been working on ways to enhance paediatric support through NHS 111 services. Following last year's successful pilot, NHS England is now recruiting paediatricians to undertake paid shifts for NHS 111 for six to 12 months.
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...
Evidence is emerging that children and families are not accessing medical advice and review as soon as is needed. In this position statement, published 3 April 2020, we outline our role as paediatricians to help ensure children get the right care at the right time and right place.
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.
This report highlights the key findings and recommendations from the analysis of the data provided by neonatal units on the admissions of babies for neonatal care in England, Scotland and Wales in 2018.
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.