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Welcome to the home page of the Young People's Health Special Interest Group of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, UK. The YPHSIG aims to raise the profile of young people's health and promote the development of high quality health services for young people in the UK. We are an association of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and membership is open to paediatricians and other healthcare professionals working with young people. For further details on becoming a member of the Young People's Health Special Interest Group or to apply on line click here

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  • YPHSIG 2017: A Ten Year Story It is with great pleasure that we announce that registration is now open for our annual meeting. This year we celebrate our 10th anniversary and we will be holding our ...
    Posted 21 May 2017, 14:03 by Damian Wood
  • New Adolescent Course from UCL Team To book your place click on the image above or visit www.adolescent.eventbrite.co.uk
    Posted 1 May 2017, 10:55 by Damian Wood
  • Youth Mental Health – what role for Primary Care? Thursday 25th May 2017, 9.30 – 16.00Venue: Jubilee Conference Centre, Triumph Road, Nottingham NG7 2TURegistration is open for this is one-day conference for GPs, practice ...
    Posted 14 Mar 2017, 16:14 by Damian Wood
  • RCPCH: State of Child Health Report 2017 The State of Child Health Report 2017 has been published by the RCPCH and highlights the jeopardy of child health inequalities in the UK. Read more on the report including ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2017, 00:16 by Damian Wood
  • Wear your silly socks and help beat eating disorders Beat’s annual Eating Disorder Awareness Week (EDAW) is fast approaching and will this year be Monday 27 February – Sunday 5 March. Find out more about EDAW. We’ll be ...
    Posted 26 Jan 2017, 23:48 by Damian Wood
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Evidence Based Adolescent Health

  • Easily Missed: Measles in Adolescents and Young Adults A short practice review in the BMJ by Dr Beatrice Cockbain and colleagues highlights the importance of measles infection in older children and adults. The review considers issues of recognition ...
    Posted 25 Feb 2017, 02:43 by Damian Wood
  • Early puberty link with ethnicity, adiposity and psychosocial stress Using data from the UK Millenium Cohort Study Prof Yvonne Kelly and colleagues from University College London examine the associations between early puberty in adolescent girls and ethnicity, adiposity and ...
    Posted 23 Feb 2017, 15:12 by Damian Wood
  • Teen mobile screen time link with obesity Too much television time has long been linked to childhood obesity, but a U.S. study suggests that the connection holds true for smaller screens too, such as computers, gaming ...
    Posted 27 Jan 2017, 00:10 by Damian Wood
  • Coeliac disease has small but discernible impact on adolescent growth In a paper from Assa et at Tel-Aviv University, published in the February 2017 edition of Archives of Disease in Childhood, researchers studying 17 year olds undergoing medical examination ...
    Posted 24 Jan 2017, 14:33 by Damian Wood
  • Physical health in adolescence strongly influences educational attainment It is well known that children from poorer families have a higher risk of developing chronic health conditions and that ill health has a significant negative effect on labour force ...
    Posted 9 Sep 2016, 10:28 by Damian Wood
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