RCPCH celebrates its 21st birthday a celebration of the achievements in paediatrics over the past two decades

This year we will celebrate all of the achievements in paediatrics that the past two decades have brought. We will also reflect on the efforts of our members in founding and growing our College.

Some planned activities and dates for your diary include...

An online roll of past Presidents and Spence Medal Winners

Launched on 28 February, the online roll acknowledges the vital contribution of so many since the RCPCH was established in 1996. It provides biographical information and is an important resource for researchers of medical, health and social history and those with an interest in medical education.

RCPCH Conference 2017

Conference 2017 is taking place in Birmingham from 24-26 May with a 21st birthday theme. 21st themed quizzes, 21 health tips for delegates and a video montage of 21 top tips from children and young people will be showcased.

The 21st Birthday Ball

Taking place on Thursday 25 May during Conference 2017, the 21st Birthday Ball will be a dazzling event and will feature live music and a performance from a children’s choir. Bookings will be open to members and guests.

Children’s 21st birthday artwork

Children and young people have been involved in our birthday celebrations through an art competition. Shortlisted entries will be used throughout the year online and in publications, with the winning picture to be framed and displayed in the reception of our London office.

Wish us a happy birthday on Twitter using #RCPCHbirthday

Stay tuned for more updates...

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Created with images by nidan - "fireworks sky party" • Marco Nürnberger - "Nineteen past four" • image4you - "gift jeans fashion" • 422737 - "colour pencils color paint" • dropmaster77 - "bokeh pattern red"

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