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We run short, free and accessible educational updates for health professionals on topics ranging from clinical conditions to service design
Listen to members and guests as they discuss a wide range of topics across paediatrics and child health
Most recent webinars
*NEW* RCPCH-BPSU Webinar: Listeria infection in Young Infants in the context of neonatal infections
In this webinar, Professor Paul Heath and Dr Stefania Vergnano discuss the BPSU study and provide an overview of neonatal sepsis and meningitis. It will describe infections due to listeria in particular. The emphasis will be on the practical implication of this infection on the use of antibiotics.
RCPCH-BPSU series: Time to “Think Kawasaki Disease”
Professor Robert Tulloh and Professor Paul Brogan provide a comprehensive update on Kawasaki Disease, highlight how out-dated information is hampering best practice for affected children and present recent research findings (UK and Ireland) on incidence, including revealing data on lifetime heart damage.
RCPCH-BPSU webinar series: Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Young People
Professor Professor Julian Hamilton-Shield and Professor Tim Barrett present practical information and guidance for managing type 2 diabetes in children
Most recent podcasts
Diabetes Quality Programme
To help drive outcomes improvements and encourage service change in paediatric diabetes care in England and Wales, the National Diabetes Quality Programme was established in collaboration with the National Children and Young People's Diabetes Network in April 2018.
Paediatric sepsis podcasts
Listen to real-world advice and guidance on how to manage paediatric sepsis.
Pill swallowing in children
How can we as paediatric health professionals support children and young people to swallow pills? In this series of educational podcasts, produced with Kidzmed, Dr Emma Lim chats with colleagues at the Great North Children's Hospital in Newcastle to explore what's gone well and what they can learn...
Featured online learning
Recognising Neuromuscular Disorders: A practical approach
Welcome to this eLearning module on a practical approach to recognising neuromuscular disorders. Recognising Neuromuscular Disorders: A practical approach is accredited by the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment plus (ETAT+)
ETAT+ teaches a structured approach to the care of sick children, based on the best evidence and aligned to World Health Organization (WHO) guidance. It also promotes a team approach, utilising the skills of all health professionals, and encourages continuous quality improvement.
This e-learning programme will enable you to identify unconscious bias, to challenge yourself and others and to effectively create an inclusive workplace