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29 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Keeping children in school and the COVID-19 vaccine
In this episode, our Chief Executive, Jo Revill speaks with RCPCH President, Camilla Kingdon about COVID-19 vaccination in children and young people, a complex issue with much public focus. They discuss the need for transparent information, how consent works and what the College is doing to represent the insights of both paediatricians and young people. Find out more and download the full transcript at https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/news/covid-19-vaccine-podcast
16 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Entrustment with Care Assessment Tool (ECAT)
We commonly hear from tier 1 doctors who are worried about stepping up. This tool will help you to gain experience, gather specific, constructive feedback about your work and evidence, when you are ready to progress. The ECAT presents you with an opportunity to get feedback on your tier 2 readiness. The feedback should enable you to reflect and focus your development towards the next level of responsibility.
27 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
Paediatric sepsis 011 - Sepsis recognition and care during the coronavirus pandemic
In August 2020, Dr Emma Lim and Professor Mark Peters linked up again to reflect on their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic on paediatric hospital admissions and how sepsis in viruses, like COVID-19, doesn’t look any different. Sepsis is sepsis. They discuss the care needed when dealing with patients presenting with both COVID-19 and sepsis, always ensuring staff safety.
22 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Our new College strategy 2021 to 2024 - what to expect
Our President, Camilla Kingdon, and Chief Executive, Jo Revill, met to discuss the new strategy for the College, covering 2021 to 2024, which is published later this month. They spoke about why we need a strategy and who was involved in its creation. They also reflected on our four themes and our overall mission to support paediatricians and improve child health. Find out more and download the full transcript at https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/news/our-new-college-strategy-2021-24-what-expect
23 minutes | Sep 11, 2021
Paediatric sepsis 010 - Sepsis guidelines for children and young people 2020
In August 2020 Professor Mark Peters, Consultant at GOSH and Researcher at the Institute of Child Health, joined Dr Emma Lim to discuss the first ever sepsis guidelines for children and young people.
41 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Diabetes Quality Programme 04 - Patient advocacy and transition
We speak to Jo Kitchen and Amanda Grayson, Patient Advocates at the Calderdale and Huddersfield Trust, about their unique role in supporting young people with diabetes, and their Quality Improvement project on transition. Contributors: Jo Kitchen Amanda Grayson Patient advocates, Diabetes Team, Calderdale and Huddersfield Trust Hosts: Andrea Srur - Programme Manager, Diabetes QI team, RCPCH Matt Oultram - Quality Improvement Project Manager, CYP Diabetes QI Collaborative, RCPCH
16 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Quality Improvement 02: Working together to affect change
Ahead of RCPCH Conference 2021, Dr Mathew Mathai, Consultant Paediatrician, and Dr Helen Jepps, Consultant Paediatrician and Clinical Director for Paediatrics at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, reflect on the impact of COVID-19 and discuss the role of paediatrics during a 'tipping point' in child health. Join Mat and Helen for the breakout session on social determinants of children and young people's health on Wednesday, 16 June. See full programme and details on how to book your place (registration deadline is Monday, 14 June, 12:00 noon) at https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/news-events/events/rcpch-conference-online-2021. 00:00 Introduction 00:21 Mat and Helen's conversation
39 minutes | Jan 26, 2021
Diabetes Quality Programme 03 – Developing a transition service
We speak with the team at Warrington and Halton NHS Trust on how they have developed their transition service through applying quality improvement (QI) methods, engaging with children and young people and gaining feedback from parents and carers. Thank you to the following contributors at Warrington and Halton NHS for taking part in this recording: Dr Satish Hulikere – Clinical Lead Dr Neethi Ram – Paediatric registrar (with endocrine interest) Claire – Specialist Nurse for Transition Jack – Young person involved in improving the transition service If you would like to view text captions for this episode, please visit the College's YouTube channel and enable Closed Captions (CC).
25 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
Quality Improvement 01 - What it means to us
Quality improvement encapsulates all aspects of patient care – not just the clinical experience but service development, review and evaluation. In this roundtable podcast led by two RCPCH QI Trainee Representatives, the QI Central Project Board discuss their own improvement journeys and what quality improvement means to them.
19 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
2020 Election: Candidates for Registrar
Back in September we began the call for nominations for our next Registrar, who will take the reins from Dr Mike Linney as we move through a very challenging time. The Registrar is a Senior Officer role and a Trustee, working closely with the President and Vice Presidents. Importantly, they represent the College’s ultimate beneficiaries: children and young people. Over the last few weeks, our &Us team has been speaking with children and young people to find out the five questions they’d like candidates to answer to help members cast their vote. We're pleased to now share those answers with you. Candidates: Will Carroll Jonathan Darling Michael McKean Steve Turner Questions: 00:00 - Introduction 01:44 - Question 1: How do you think a young person would describe you? (Rachael, age 22, from Wokingham) 04:39 - Question 2: What is the biggest issue for children and young people that you want to work on? (Phoebe, age 21, from Manchester) 08:04 - Question 3: How would you involve children and young people at the College? (Anisah, age 17, from London) 11:43 - Question 4: Give an example of a child or young person who has fundamentally changed your thinking or the way you work? (Jude, age 9, from Lisburn) 15:48 - Question 5: If you were a biscuit, what would you be? (Brecon, age 10, from Tonyrefail) 18:17 - Wrap-up Find out more and cast your vote before voting closes on Wednesday 9th December: https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/election If you would like to view text captions for this episode, please visit the College's YouTube channel and enable Closed Captions (CC).
21 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
2020 Election: Candidates for President
Back in September we began the call for nominations for our next President, who will take the reins from Professor Russell Viner as we move through a very challenging time. The President serves as the leader of the membership and is the key public face of RCPCH, both nationally and internationally. Importantly, they represent the College’s ultimate beneficiaries: children and young people. Over the last few weeks, our &Us team has been speaking with children and young people to find out the five questions they’d like candidates to answer to help members cast their vote. We're pleased to now share those answers with you. Candidates: Simon Clark Camilla Kingdon Jane Valente David Vickers Questions: 00:00 - Introduction 01:47 - Question 1: How do you think a young person would describe you? (Rachael, age 22, from Wokingham) 05:24 - Question 2: What is the biggest issue for children and young people that you want to work on? (Phoebe, age 21, from Manchester) 09:12 - Question 3: How would you involve children and young people at the College? (Anisah, age 17, from London) 13:02 - Question 4: Give an example of a child or young person who has fundamentally changed your thinking or the way you work? (Jude, age 9, from Lisburn) 17:05 - Question 5: If you were a biscuit, what would you be? (Brecon, age 10, from Tonyrefail) 20:01 - Wrap-up Find out more and cast your vote before voting closes on Wednesday 9th December: https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/election If you would like to view text captions for this episode, please visit the College's YouTube channel and enable Closed Captions (CC).
21 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
RCPCH Insight - Lockdown, charging, and undocumented children
Dr Bryony Hopkinshaw is a Paediatric Registrar working in London, and today we’re talking about the impacts of NHS charging regulations on undocumented children living in the UK. In this episode, we discuss the impacts of charging on patients, doctors, and the public, the false dichotomy of "children and adults", and safeguarding implications for children and young people. We also talk about the impact of the pandemic, practical advice for healthcare workers and members of the public, and potential policy changes. Read our latest RCPCH Insight feature on this topic: https://medium.com/rcpch-insight/what-are-the-barriers-to-healthcare-for-migrant-children-74ea28aa38d9 Read our updated guidance on the rights to access healthcare in migrant communities: https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/resources/right-access-healthcare Share your experiences to help us document the impact charging is having on patients: https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/form/nhs-charging-regulations#no-back
20 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Shape of Training - October 2020 update
An interview with David Evans, Vice President for Training and Assessment at RCPCH, led by Lorraine Bullard, Quality & Standards Manager at the College. We talk to David about the Shape of Training programme of work and the College's Paediatrician of the Future document, a vision for the future of paediatric training and part of our submission to the GMC at the end of this year.
21 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Diabetes Quality Programme 02 - Reflections from QI Champions
Dr Dita Aswani, Dr Carrie Mackenzie and Dr Fiona Campbell talk with Dr Megan Peng and Dr Tricia Woodhead about their team's involvement in the early waves of the QI Collaborative.
40 minutes | Sep 29, 2020
Diabetes Quality Programme 01 - Our QI Collaborative journey
Dr Carrie Mackenzie at Sheffield Children’s Hospital reflects on her team’s journey throughout the QI Collaborative programme and offers recommendations to teams wishing to embark on quality improvement projects of their own.
25 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Paediatric sepsis 009 - What sepsis means
Junior doctor Monica Parker and Emma Lim join forces to provide an overview of the key learnings and take-home messages from the series.
30 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Paediatric sepsis 008 - The future of tests in sepsis
Clinical Senior Lecturer in Paediatric Infectious Diseases, Dr Jethro Herberg, joins Emma Lim and Monica Parker to explore what’s next for sepsis - and what the future of tests and assessment might look like.
31 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Paediatric sepsis 007 - Management part 2 (fluids and fear)
Professor of Paediatric Intensive Care Mark Peters and Emma Lim talk about fluids and unpick common fears, examining which fluids to use, when, why and how much and the role and choice of inotropes in paediatric sepsis.
17 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Paediatric sepsis 006 - Management part 1 (care bundles and culture)
Consultant paediatricians Dr Sachin Mannikar and Dr Emma Lim consider what you can do to save a child’s life when faced with sepsis. They examine what a care bundle looks like, the management choices, the evidence base and the role of simulation training.
13 minutes | Nov 1, 2019
Paediatric sepsis 005 - Penicillin allergy, real or no real?
Consultant and Associate Lecturer in Paediatric Immunology and Allergy Dr Louise Michaelis joins Emma Lim to discuss penicillin allergy and sepsis. They explore how common penicillin allergy actually is, cross reactivity, alternative choices and de-labelling.
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