The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health is seeking nominations for Vice President for Education and Professional Development and Vice President for Training and Assessment.
As the situation develops with COVID-19, the College has updated its guidance on professional development activities including educational resources and revalidation processes. We also have collated relevant links or updates from other organisations in this section.
Your CPD Diary is in RCPCH ePortfolio on the Kaizen platform. RCPCH ePortfolio provides a life-long learning platform for paediatricians, from training and throughout a doctor’s working life. This page provides you with FAQs and user guidance on how CPD Diary works in ePortfolio.
This privacy notice explains how and why we use the data about you that we collect via the PaedCCF application form.
As a paediatrician, how well do you listen to parents, carers and children? The Paediatric Carers of Children Feedback (PaedCCF) tool helps you measure how well you interact with these groups during outpatients consultations, and to identify any areas that may need attention. You will need to get at...
Appraisers of RCPCH examiners can find guidance here on what they can expect during an effective appraisal meeting. It will help examiners and their appraisers structure the supporting information and the appraisal discussion in a way that allows a proper evaluation of a doctor’s learning since the ...
The guidance is intended to assist paediatricians who are unsure whether a licence to practise is required for their role, if they are not simultaneously working as a clinical paediatrician.
As a paediatrician, how well do you listen to parents, carers and children? The Paediatric Carers of Children Feedback (PaedCCF) tool helps you measure how well you interact with these groups in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), and to identify any areas that may need attention. You will need to get at...
This guidance is for doctors working overseas or thinking of working overseas, and who may be concerned about revalidation.
5 December 2017
Doctors, and indeed all healthcare staff, are committed to delivering high quality, safe care and avoiding errors. But when errors do occur, as they will on occasion, it is crucial to reflect, understand why the mistake happened and do everything possible to prevent a similar occurrence again.