Workforce

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Workforce census 2015

This is the ninth biennial census produced by the RCPCH since 1999. It provides a snapshot of how trained and trainee paediatricians were working on 30 September 2015, and the structure of child health services in the UK.
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Guide to invited reviews

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...
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Working with physician associates

Physician associates are collaborative healthcare professionals with a generalist medical education, who work alongside doctors and provide medical care as an integral part of the multidisciplinary team. They are dependent practitioners working with a dedicated supervisor, but are able to work auton...
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CCT and CESR follow up cohort study

These reports present the findings of annual surveys of new CCT (Certification of Completion of Training) and CESR (Certificate of Eligiblity for Specialist Registration) holders in paediatrics approximately one year from their certification date, 2012-2015. Read our key findings from the 2015 study...
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Workforce censuses - 1999 to 2013

The RCPCH (as the British Paediatric Association) undertook its first census of the paediatric workforce in 1986, and has completed a biennial census since 1999. These reports give an opportunity to see changes in the paediatric workforce through 2011.