It's important that YPHSIG members stay in touch so here are a number of ways of staying up to date with what's happening. Join the conversation by tagging us in your tweets about adolescent health.

Adolescent Medicine Fellow Post UCLH

Part time or full time Adolescent Medicine Fellow Post (0.8-1.0 WTE ST6-8 or equivalent) to work in the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Adolescents with Complex Conditions Service (TRACCS) within UCLH’s Paediatric and Adolescent Medicine Division. This post is from September 2023 for 1 year.

Learn more about the post and how to apply

The Cass Review

Published on 10th March 2022 this interim report represents the work of the independent review of gender identity services for children and young people to date. You can read the full report here:


As a member of the YPHSIG, you will receive a monthly e-bulletin packed with useful information about web-based and other resources relevant for professionals working with young people. The newsletter is compiled by Janet McDonagh and has established itself as an invaluable resource for those working with young people.

Join the YPHSIG to get your monthly update.

Join the debate online @RCPCHtweets


RCPCH Milestones - membership magazine Spring 2020 edition has a feature article with a debate about "when do children become adults in the eyes of the NHS?". Our Convenor, Terry Segal and YPHSIG academic lead, Janet McDonagh debate for going beyond 16 years.

You can read the article in full here.

Join the conversation by using #ListenUp!

Listen Up!

Members of the YPHSIG have contributed to a poem for children.

The poem, initiated by Dr Najette Ayadi O'Donnell and created in collaboration with poet Laura Mucha, involved over 40 paediatricians from across the UK. It highlights concerns that the voices of children and young people have been lost during the pandemic.

View a film of the poem here

The poem is a response to 'THANK YOU' created by Laura Mucha with children across the world thanking key workers during lockdown.