This is a group of epilepsy experienced or interested children, young people and families who volunteer together to improve care for epilepsy patients and their families. Read more about their award-winning project, the Clinic Chat Check List, and see how you can get involved!
1 September 2021
RCPCH has been awarded a new three-year grant by the James Percy Foundation (JPF) to support work in Rwanda. The grant will fund perinatal quality improvement across the hospital network in Rwanda.
12 November 2021
The Scottish Paediatric Society Annual General Meeting and the St Andrew’s Day Paediatric Symposium will be held online. It will have four clinical case and four QI/Audit/Research presentations, poster presentations and two guest speakers, including Dr Camilla Kingdon, RCPCH President. Abstract s...
In August 2021, we responded to the Department of Health Northern Ireland's proposal for a statutory Duty of Candour and Being Open Framework. The RCPCH broadly welcomes an organisational Duty of Candour, but we believe that an additional, individual Duty would be cumbersome, duplicative, and dispro...
Epilepsy is the commonest significant neurological disorder affecting children and young people. Published in July 2021, these latest results from Epilepsy12 provide insight into the diagnosis and care of children and young people with epilepsy, and the organisation of paediatric epilepsy services i...
6 July 2021
RCPCH President, Dr Camilla Kingdon, responds to the publication of the Health and Care Bill, which is the most substantive piece of health legislation for nearly a decade.
14 May 2021
The Neonatal and Paediatric Pharmacist Group (NPPG), with support from the Royal College of Paediatrics of Child Health (RCPCH) has produced a proposal for a national approach for standardised intravenous infusion concentrations in children.
28 April 2021
In April 2021, Dr Raj Krishnan and Dr Jan Dudley succeeded Dr John Alexander as RCPCH Officers for Clinical Standards and Quality Improvement in a new job-share role. Raj and Jan share their thoughts as they take office and outline their aspirations and priorities for the next three years.
24 February 2021
The RCPCH today publishes the most comprehensive examination of the future of paediatrics in the UK ever undertaken.