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!
Camilla shares some thoughts on challenging times plus resources to support members questions on industrial action. She also celebrates the release of the NNAP annual report and talented Welsh medical students giving stellar presentations.
In this two-part episode we feature Emily Arkell, Director of Quality Improvement and Professor Paul Dimitri, Vice President for Science and Research. They discuss the importance of research to clinical practice in child health and the added training benefits.
A full day of workshops and guest speakers aimed at researchers and trainees looking to develop their careers within paediatric research. This year our annual Academic Trainees Day takes place virtually with Microsoft Teams.
The RCPCH Conference Organising Committee is pleased to invite abstract submissions for the 2023 Conference, which will take place from 23 to 25 May in Glasgow.
These guidelines include what to consider, structure and content of the astract, references, consent, author listings and review proces...
The RCPCH Conference Organising Committee is pleased to invite abstract submissions for oral and poster presentation at our next Conference, which takes place from 23 to 25 May in Glasgow.
The deadline to submit an abstract is Monday, 6 February, 23:59 (GMT).
Below are frequently asked questio...
The National Institute of Health and Care Research (NIHR) will enable 13 local authorities to set up Health Determinants Research Collaborations (HDRCs) with the aim of tackling health inequalities in local areas and improve health outcomes across the country.
Genomics has the potential to change our approaches to paediatric healthcare. We’re now launching more information and would like to invite you to hear more about our work in this area, as well as current opportunities to get involved!