We continue to look at the risks and impacts of COVID-19 on our members, the wider child health workforce and children and young people. Explore our guidance on paediatric services, staffing and rotas, education and training and for parents, as well as our summaries of the research and presenting cl...
7 April 2021
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) responds to the UK Government's Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report.
1 April 2021
The British Paediatric Surveillance Unit in collaboration with Public Health England are to commence a series of webinars accessible by all. Registration is free for both days, more details on how to sign up can be found below.
29 March 2021
Professor Russell Viner writes about the proposed new body to tackle obesity and mental health, and the promotion of physical activity.
29 March 2021
This is a message on clinical eligibility of children and young people for COVID-19 vaccines in phase 1 of the vaccination programme.
25 March 2021
Professor Russell Viner, RCPCH President, responds to the publication of the Early Years Healthy Development Review, chaired by the Rt Hon Andrea Leadsom MP.
15 June 2021
Join a global paediatric community for this year’s RCPCH Conference Online to enjoy inspirational keynote talks, specialty sessions and the virtual poster gallery that will showcase the latest research and innovations in child health.
9 March 2021
The elections to the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments will be unlike any other, taking place in the context of the global pandemic. Although most children and teenagers do not become seriously ill with COVID-19, the impact on their lives, education, services and mental health and wellbeing has been im...
The next Welsh government should make the health and wellbeing of children a national priority. Dylai llywodraeth nesaf Cymru wneud iechyd a lles plant yn flaenoriaeth genedlaethol.
The landscape in which the polls will take place for the next mandate is like no other due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As paediatricians we call on the incoming Scottish Government to make child health and wellbeing a national priority.