RCPCH &Us - for children, young people and families

Can you help us improve health services for young people like yourself? See how you can get involved and make a difference! And, take a look at our resources, created with and for children, young people and parents.
What keeps children in care happy, healthy and well? We worked with children and youn gpeople to create 'health and wellbeing passports', a poster and games to help share who they are, how they are feeling and what support they would like.
Illustration of a young person thinking with words: Bullying, Social media, Abuse, Grades, Emotion, Jobs, Neglect, Exams, Pressures, Body image, Future
Young people's experiencs of the pandemic have affected them in so many ways from mental health to education, health needs to information. We work with 16-25 year olds to look at the evidence.
How to help - What to do: Who to call: When to call them: What not to do: What to expect after my seizure:
This group of children, young people and families are helping improve care for patients with epilepsy - including a new example care plan.
Teenage girl and boy smiling, with a building wall in background

Our guides and activities are created with and by children, young people and families. As a patient, they can help you get involved in improving your health service. As a health professional, they can support you to meaningfully involve CYP in your work.

For health professionals

 How can you increase patient engagement and voice in your work?

The RCPCH &Us programme delivers guidance on how to involve children and young people in strategic decision making.