Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH)

The British and international membership body for pediatricians is known as the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. They were established in 1996 and have grown to about 20,000 members both domestically and abroad. They are important for postgraduate medical education, requirements, study, and policy. Through knowledge, advancement, and expertise, it seeks to improve the health of children. Additionally, they envision a better future for kids and teenagers worldwide. The plan follows CPD recommendations from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges. It makes sure members are verified and CPD GMC requirements are met. The emphasis on CPD credits has decreased; they are no longer a requirement and are now part of an outcomes-based policy. What has been learned and how it has affected practice must be the main focus. According to GMC requirements, it is expected that doctors reflect on their education themselves.