Research activities

We promote high quality research, support the development of paediatric researchers and contribute directly to the evidence base. Let's share our expertise, collaborate with others and promote the evidence to drive forward improvements in child health.
This awards the author of the best article on any subject related to paediatrics published or accepted for publication within the last year.
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Do you know an outstanding young medically qualified researcher in British paediatrics? This award is presented with GOSH Charity and Sparks.
We want to hear from multidisciplinary research teams doing great work to involve patients and families in the development and delivery of their NIHR research.

Introducing the Trainee Research Network

We want to increase the opportunities for trainees to carry out child health research. Our network facilitates collaborative working across the UK through peer support and guidance.We aim to ncrease the visibility of existing local networks and help the development of new networks, enabling trainees to come together to adress clinical questions.

From spring 2020 through this summer, and in partnership with The Don’t Forget the Bubbles team, we ran a rapid review of published and pre-print studies on COVID-19 in children and young people.
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We support and promote paediatric child health research in the UK and internationally. Search our database of current and upcoming opportunities for projects and posts.
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All trainee paediatricians must attain research competencies. But, those who undertake academic training have unique opportunities to develop skills and undertake original research - while gaining full accreditation as a paediatrician.