In this article for the Guidelines in Practice website, Dr Janice Allister (GP, Edinburgh) identifies five key learning points for primary care from the updated NICE guideline on depression in children and young people. Click the image below to read the article:
The RCPCH President Professor Russell Viner recently wrote to all College members highlighting his concerns about the impact of Brexit on children and young people, and on our public life and institutions.
You can read his briefing by clicking on the link or the screenshot below:
The RCPCH invites members to get in contact about this:
“Should you feel there is information that will be a benefit for the College to monitor and consider, then please do be in touch. As always, we are keen that our response to these issues is driven by a thorough understanding of the issues affecting members in Trusts and Health Boards across the UK”
Melissa Ashe (Head of Policy)
Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
Melissa.Ashe@rcpch.ac.uk (+44 (0)20 7092 6095)
Have you seen this section of the RCPCH website?
Do you have any comments or suggestions? Could the PMHA act as a forum to promote a dialogue?
We’re keen to know what you think… If you have any thoughts or ideas, then you can leave a comment on this post.