28 October 2020
Dr Prakash Kalambettu, Locum Paediatric Consultant at Worcestershire Acute Hospital NHS Trust tells us about the role he plays as SAS Committee Chair in gaining recognition for SAS doctors and ensuring their voices and needs are heard.
This page explains how to submit data for our census, using our online data collection system, which is now open. Our Workforce team is sending login details to Clinical leads and directors at each NHS Trust / Health Board in the UK, as well as colleagues they assign.
This report, published in January 2020, focuses on lead roles concerning safeguarding, the child death service, looked after children (LAC) and special educational needs and disability (SEND).
This report, published in December 2019, focuses on the Northern Ireland findings form the workforce census 2017, and makes five key Northern Ireland-specific recommendations.
Our census gathers data on the UK's paediatric services and acts as a measure against current standards and guidance. Data collection remains open; however, the census is now on pause until further notice.
This report, published in May 2019, focuses on the Wales findings from the workforce census 2017, and makes five key Wales-specific recommendations.
This report, published in May 2019, focuses on the findings about Specialty, Associate Specialist and Staff (SAS) grade doctors from the workforce census 2017, and makes four key recommendations for employers and workforce planners to support this group.
This report, published in March 2019, focuses on the Scotland findings from the workforce census 2017, and makes four key Scotland-specific recommendations.
The child health workforce across the UK is suffering from the same planning problems, underfunding and staffing issues as the rest of the health workforce. In this first report of the series we provide a UK-wide overview of the findings from the most recent census, and make five key recommendations...
This briefing document reveals that patient demand is strongly outstripping the supply of doctors as the usual seasonal increase combined with a rise in children’s emergency admissions is placing unprecedented demand on services. It highlights some of the key findings from the College's Workforce ce...