ICHG NEWS and LINKS
Details below of forthcoming events and news items
Winter Meeting 2018 - Save The Date!
We are delighted to announce that our annual winter meeting 2018 will be held on the 19th November at Alder Hey Children's Hospital, Liverpool.
This years theme is 'Survive, Thrive and Transform': we hope to inspire and enable child health professionals to implement the WHO Strategy Survive, Thrive and Transform agenda in their practice, and to address it's goals through partnership and collaboration with colleagues from around the world. With a fantastic line up of speakers from across the globe, combined with practical workshops designed to upskill our members for action, this is not an event to be missed!
ICHG Advocacy Award - Applications OPEN
Applications are now open for our annual advocacy award - deadline is 17th June 2018.
We have £1500 available for any person or group working on advocacy work relevant to child global health.
Please apply using this form. Any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Child Health Information for All (CHIFA)- Join now.
RCPCH ETAT+ e-learning modules now live.
This is an excellent opportunity to familiarise yourself with World Health Organisation (WHO) paediatric guidelines and to gain experience of the ETAT+ resuscitation course free of charge. Click here for the modules.
RCPCH Global Links Volunteer Programme
RCPCH is recruiting doctors for 6 to 12 month clinical placements in hospitals across five partner countries: Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. The programme supports child health through training and mentoring local staff and transferring life-saving skills. RCPCH works with each paediatrician to develop specific placement objectives in collaboration with their local African counterparts. These objectives will be focused on improving the quality of local paediatric services, while enabling volunteers to develop clinical leadership and managerial skills. Click here for more details.
RCPCH GLOBAL HEALTH CONSULTANCY
The GHC is a register of paediatricians and other health professionals who are interested to engage in global child health, particularly in low and middle-income settings. If you are a member of the RCPCH you can join the GHC by completing this form, adding details about your professional, research and leadership experience, and emailing your form together with the required attachments (CV and passport photograph) to email@example.com.