RCPCH &Us is the voice of children, young people, parents and carers, created to actively seek and share their views to influence and shape policy and practice.
Children and young people told us about their experiences of epilepsy care in our "clinic chats" - how they want to get in touch with services, the kind of support they want to receive, their best experiences and their ideas for the future. We worked with our Epilepsy12 Youth Advocates to produce a ...
Over 300 young people took part in workshops, events and activities to share their views on what would support their health and that of children and young people over the next 10 years. The full report from the consultation activity was shared with NHS England as part of the consultation in preparat...
"What does the term, 'winter pressures' mean to you?" We put this question to children, young people and families. Here are some of their comments.
2 November 2018
With our members, we lead the way in transforming child health. And, a big part of this is ensuring children and young people are actively involved in the decisions affecting them. We offer you resources and activities to help you get CYP voice in your services.
Want to give feedback about an experience at your hospital or clinic and not sure where to start? Maybe you have had bad treatment, or didn’t understand what was said to you or didn’t feel right? Watch our video to find out how to give feedback, and download our template letter and example letter. ...
This how to guide has been created to support your thinking around engagement and capturing the voice of children, young people and families to help shape health policy and practice.
Help make the NHS a better place. Add your voice and make a change.
This special report brings together views of children, young people and families looking at key themes from our flagship report. These include poverty, mental health, communication, PSHE (personal, social and health education), LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) and children’s rights.
The 'Understand' model is designed for healthcare professionals to think about the why, how and what every time they work with children and young people.
The resources in these booklets will take you through engagement using tried and tested activities from our “Engagement Café” series.