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CYP Acute Care Forum

Representing members caring for children and young people with acute health care needs

We are passionate about improving the care and experiences of all children and young people within acute and critical care.

What we do 

Public Health Forum Our Work

Our work

Discover what we're working on now and what we're planning for the future
Public health forum meet the team

Meet the team

Find out more about our committee members and the forum professional lead
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Discover more information about the CYP Acute Care Forum communities


Public Health events


Read more about upcoming children and young people conferences, workshops and study days hosted by the RCN.


We welcome your views. Have your say on the latest consultations

Forum Library Subject Guide

Library subject guide

Discover key CYP (sepsis) information resources including books, reports and journal articles

Further resources

  • Join an RCN Children and Young People Forum. Download this flyer to see the benefits of joining an RCN CYP forum.
  • In the news. Key issues and topics of interest to nurses working with infants, children and young people.
  • Other CYP library subject guides. As well as sepsis, discover key information resources related to endocrinology and diabetes, medicines management, mental health promotion, palliative care, and transition to adult services.
Nursing careers resource

Career resources

Read about the varying roles that you can enjoy throughout your health career

News and views

Public Health News

Related news

The latest RCN children and young people acute care updates


Read the latest views on children and young people acute care issues

I am a children's nurse

Join the RCN Children and Young People Forums Facebook Group

RCN Facebook groups are a place where you can get involved in honest and open discussions on the issues that affect you and your field of practice.

I joined the RCN in 1984 without thinking - because that's what everyone did. The benefits were vague in my mind. However one never knows when one needs a friend and the RCN is exactly that, a professional friend. The RCN exists to provide professional development, insight and awareness. No one should go on shift without them.

Doreen Crawford Lecturer, Nursing and Midwifery