This edition of your membership magazine sees the launch of the Paediatrics 2040 project, the handover of the College presidency and a feature on understanding how mental health is core to paediatrics.
Join a global paediatric community for this year’s RCPCH Conference Online to enjoy inspirational keynote talks, specialty sessions and the virtual poster gallery that will showcase the latest research and innovations in child health.
How are we working for change? In this phase, we focus on wider issues that have been raised by members. We look at four areas: working lives of paediatricians; health outcomes for children and young people; College volunteering and awards; and RCPCH as an organisation.
The elections to the Scottish and Welsh Parliaments will be unlike any other, taking place in the context of the global pandemic. Although most children and teenagers do not become seriously ill with COVID-19, the impact on their lives, education, services and mental health and wellbeing has been im...
Today, over 60% of our 19,000=plus members are women - and both male and female paediatricians take up flexible working and less than full time training. But gender equality is a work in progress, and we must never be complacent.
Dr Chenqu Suo, winner of the Sir Peter Tizard research bursary in 2018 and Co-Trainee Rep on the BPSU Scientific Committee tells us about her own study and how other trainees can get involved in research with the BPSU.