This page contains resources that are hosted externally on separate sites.
On this page, we list resources which
- have been developed by, or in collaboration with, the RCPCH
- are developed, delivered and hosted by recognised and trusted providers
- are developed, delivered and hosted by Specialty Groups and Special Interest Groups
Disability Matters Programme
Your free e-learning resource for the UK workforce: Educational, Inspiring, Informative and Inclusive. Together we can challenge and positively change our own and others fears, ideas and attitudes towards disability and disabled children and young people.
Healthy Child Programme
This essential, award-winning eLearning resource covers health promotion and common child health issues from infancy to adulthood
Kidzmed is a programme developed for members of the multidisciplinary team to teach children and young people how to swallow pills.
These free, practical eLearning sessions help adults identify and understand children and young people with mental health issues whenever and wherever they are needed.
Spotting the Sick Child
Spotting the Sick Child is an interactive tool commissioned by the Department of Health and Health Education England to support health professionals in the assessment of the acutely sick child.
Umbilical Venous Catheters (UVC)
The resource has been created by the RCR in collaboration with the RCPCH
Mini Mouth Care Matters
The overall aim of Mini Mouth Care Matters (Mini MCM) is to empower staff through training and education, to identify patients that need help with mouth care and ensure it is delivered in a safe and compassionate way.
Building a More SuppoRTTive Culture
Health Education England elearning for healthcare (HEE elfh) has worked with Health Education England’s Supported Return to Training (SuppoRTT) team to develop a new elearning resource on positive culture within the workplace.
Kawasaki Disease – Acute Management – An expert led discussion January 2023
Created by doctors for doctors as we work to get Kawasaki Disease known, Dr Jethro Herberg and Dr Harsita Patel from Imperial College London discuss how to spot and treat Kawasaki Disease in this expert led training film.
Personalised Care Institute: Virtual Patient Scenarios
Developed in conjunction with the Keele University, the Personalised Care Institute has launched its first virtual non immersive reality training simulations to explore the key Shared Decision Making (SDM) microskills of agenda-setting, teach-back, exploring patient preferences around treatment options and reaching a shared decision.