We run short, free and accessible educational updates for health professionals on topics ranging from clinical conditions to service design
RCPCH webinar: Introduction to paediatric antimicrobial stewardship – How the rational use of antibiotics can improve the overall quality of paediatric care
In this webinar, Dr Sanjay Patel highlights the risk that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses to nenonates and children and speaks about the role of antimicrobial stewardship in addressing this growing problem.
RCPCH Webinar: Paediatric GeNotes: Facilitating genomics mainstreaming for paediatric clinicians
In this webinar, Professor Kate Tatton-Brown and Dr Eleanor Hay present the exciting new GeNotes online platform, which launches this May 2023. GeNotes is designed to support clinicians in gaining confidence and competence in genomic practice.
RCPCH-BPSU Rare Diseases Webinar: Juvenile-onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
In this webinar, Dr Hanna Lythgoe, Professor Michael Beresford, Dr Eve Smith and Sammy Ainsworth present an update on JSLE diagnosis, investigation and management; the impact of JSLE on patients; share results from the UK BPSU JSLE study and explain the role of LUPUS UK
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: Behcet’s Syndrome in children and young people
Dr Clare Pain, Dr Daniel Finn, Professor Robert Moots and Professor Paul Brogan present the findings of the 2017 BPSU surveillance study and discuss how UK children are affected by Behcet's syndrome, differential diagnoses and investigations of Behcet's-like presentations, management of Behcet's syndrome, and the role of genetic testing and monogenic mimics.
RCPCH-BPSU webinar series: CATCh-uS before we fall -Transitional care for young adults with ADHD
Tamsin Ford, Tamsin Newlove-Delgado and Astrid Janssenss present the results of the first in-depth study of the transition of ADHD patients from child to adult health services in the UK.
RCPCH-BPSU webinar series: Lead Toxicity in Children – a continuing problem
Professor Alan Emond, Dr Helen Crabbe, Dr Araceli Busby and Professor Sally Bradberry present updated guidance for recognising and treating lead toxicity in children.
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
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.