Paediatrics 2040

We are working with paediatricians to develop a credible vision for the future of paediatrics. This ambitious programme of work will help to deliver our vision of a healthier future for children and young people across the UK.

This free event will mark the launch of work done across our four workstreams - data, innovation, models of care and working lives - and share our vision for the future of paediatrics in the UK.

Reimagining the future of paediatric care post-COVID-19

Data | Innovation | Models of care | Working lives

Over the last several months, we've seen unprecedented change in paediatric services as a result of COVID-19.

In our new report - the first of a series of publications from the Paediatrics 2040 team - we summarise our learning from this period of rapid change, focusing on the elements of new practice that we want to keep and take forwards into the future.

We will develop an understanding of the future burden of need for paediatric services by forecasting burden of disease and healthcare activity trends.
We will develop an understanding of how innovation and technology will impact the delivery of paediatric services in the future.
Models of care
We will develop scenarios for future models of care that ensure the health needs of children and young people are properly served across the UK.
Working lives
We will develop a vision of future workforce requirements and training to ensure we provide the best possible services for children and young people.
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Over 100 College members - from medical students to retired paediatricians - are engaged in this project, each bringing unique experience.
In order to continue to develop our vision for the future, we are hoping to hear from as many of our UK members as possible.

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