We run short, free and accessible educational updates for health professionals on topics ranging from clinical conditions to service design
Remote consultations – opportunites and risks for paediatrics
In this webinar we explore the use of remote consultations in paediatrics. We'll provide practical tips, examine the opportunities and risks involved, and look at how supervisors and trainees can use remote consultations as a training tool.
Return to practice in paediatrics – personal stories
Dr Helen Goodyear, Head of School in the West Midlands, interviews Dr Rebecca Martin and Dr Karen Manias on their experiences of returning to paediatric training after an OOP (out of programme) time for research and maternity leave. The College would like to thank HEE for its financial support in relation to this webinar.
Returning to Paediatric Training series – Supporting a returning trainee – a guide for supervisors
Dr Trisha Radia and Dr Sarita Depani provide guidance for educational and clinical supervisors on how to support trainees planning for and returning from a career break, with essential information about what documentation should be completed prior to and on returning from a prolonged absence from clinical work and what support is available.
Returning to paediatric training series: essentials to ensure a successful return to work following a break from clinical practice
Dr Trisha Radia and Dr Sarita Depani provide top tips to trainees who are on/are about to go on a clinical career break due to, for example, maternity, paternity or carer leave, OOPE, OOPR (out of programme education / research) or health reasons.
Screen time – what is the evidence and what should we be advising?
Dr Max Davie discusses the multiple ways in which research has been misunderstood and points out both what we know and also what we donâ€™t know about the effect of screens.
Sleep Terror – why paediatricians can’t ignore fatigue
Dr Mike Farquhar and Dr Cherry Alviani highlights the importance of reducing fatigue and optimising sleep for healthcare shift-workers, building on their work including Dr Alviani's plenary at RCPCH Conference and exhibition 2018. The College would like to thank HEE for its financial support in relation to this webinar.
The epilepsies of childhood 2020 (from the RCPCH Epilepsy12 audit)
Dr Richard Appleton provides an update on his original 2018 webinar, giving an overview of the epilepsies of childhood, covering key elements of the RCPCH Progressing Paediatrics: Childhood epilepsies course, including taster topics on NICE clinical guidelines and quality standards on childhood epilepsies, advances in treatment of epilepsies and the epilepsy passport
Transition – ensuring high quality care for young people aged 14-25 years
A panel discusses how to plan and implement services for young people to ensure a seamless transition of care between paediatric and adult services.
Upskilling primary care colleagues – the Diploma in Child Health DCH pathway
Dr Venugopalan and Dr Bandaranayake highlight the value of the DCH examination preparation course run by RCPCH, to support child health in primary care; which is aimed primarily at GPs but also secondary care clinicians who work with children and young people.