Webinar - Facing the Future Together for Child Health : Translating standards into clinical practice
08 June 2018
This webinar will enable all paediatricians including trainees as well as nurses, GPs and GP trainees to understand how to effectively use the Facing the Future Together for Child Health standards.
11 May 2018
RCPCH's Dr Max Davie responds to new figures from the NSPCC which reveal the number of referrals by schools seeking mental health treatment for pupils has risen by over a third in the last three years.
It is essential that paediatrics is a 24 hours a day, seven days a week specialty, with the most experienced doctors present at the busiest times. Our report sets out ten standards for high quality, safe and sustainable acute general paediatric services.
A portfolio of events and support for current, new and aspiring paediatric clinical leads and clinical directors of children’s services. Participants may join the full programme, or any individual event.
We support healthcare organisations, commissioners and clinical teams to resolve concerns about paediatric service provision, safety, training, compliance with standards, and proposals for paediatric reconfiguration or service design. Our service is confidential, established and influential, and tai...
This page includes statutory and RCPCH guidance, as well as contacts, for trainees who work less than full time (LTFT). Our LTFT Advisors advise trainees and raise LTFT training issues within their region, and bring them to our attention.
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.
This page provides the background, methodology and data collection documentation tools for round 3.
Around 10,000 children and young people a year in the UK come into contact with secure settings. They are some of the most vulnerable, often suffering poor physical and mental health. These standards help healthcare professionals, commissioners, service providers, regulators, managers and governors ...
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