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RCPCH Annual Conference 2018 - early bird discount closes tomorrow

We look forward to welcoming you to RCPCH Conference 2018 which is just around the corner. As a delegate, you'll enjoy a comprehensive programme with some excellent quality improvement talks and sessions, plus great networking events.

 

Book your discounted early-bird place before this special rate closes on Wednesday 24 January.

 

Reserve your place

Coproducing solutions for medication safety with families - turning ideas into products...

On 5 December, we held an event at the RCPCH with patients and families which focused on improving medication safety. We heard from fantastic speakers, including parent champions from WellChild and Mother’s Instinct who talked about the challenges families face in ensuring medication safety, both at home and in healthcare settings. Our keynote speaker, Kath Evans, discussed ways to make partnerships with patients and families in medicines safety ‘always’ events.

 

Spotlight on a new resource

Have a look at e-bug, the latest addition to Meds IQ, which teaches children and young people about the dangers of antimicrobial resistance through fun games and other learning materials.

Check out e-bug

 

Watch the latest Champions' webinar

On 12 December, we had a webinar with Dr Nick Appelbaum as our guest speaker, presenting on a computerised prescribing and dispensing system to help reduce medication errors in emergency care settings. 

 

Dr Appelbaum is currently working on testing a prototype of such system at the Imperial College London's Institute of Global Health Innovationand the Helix Centre.

Co-producing solutions for medication safety with families (December, free event)

5 December, RCPCH London

10:00 - 16:00 (with drinks reception to follow)

 

The event is co-sponsored by Meds IQ and Medicines for Children, bringing together child health professionals and families to identify challenges and solutions in paediatric medication safety.

 

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