As well as our essential work in education and career support for paediatricians, our staff and members work on a range of programmes to improve child health - from quality improvement to workforce studies, from research in the UK to global child health programmes. Find out more and get involved.
One in eight babies in the UK need specialist care when they are born. They may be born too early or with a low birth weight, or have a medical condition. Since 2006 our clinical audit aims to improve care to these babies.
Epilepsy12 was established in 2009 and has the continued aim of helping epilepsy services - and those who commission health services - measure and improve the quality of care for children and young people with seizures and epilepsies.
We are always working on exciting initiatives to support paediatric career progression and improve care and services. We welcome your ideas for courses, webinars and eLearnings as well as participation on quality assurance.
RCPCHStart is a half-day assessment for trainee paediatricians getting ready to apply for their first consultant post. We are recruiting consultant paediatricians to act as assessors. Find out more about the requirements and training and how you can apply.
We always welcome expressions of interest from members across the four nations to join the RCPCH Parliamentary Panel. You will have the opportunity to attend meetings and events in Westminster, Holyrood, Cardiff Bay and Stormont.
The RCPCH has been working with a range of specialty groups and associations to help create an inclusive conference programme, ensuring delegates are able to update their knowledge on the areas important to them.
Dr Anne Gordon, Consultant Occupational Therapist in Paediatric Neuroscience at the Evelina London Children’s Hospital and Trustee of the Stroke Association, has written a guest blog about the needs of children and their families following brain injury, providing an insight into what we can do to be...