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Professor Andrew Rowland BMedSci (Hons) BMBS (Hons) PhD MFMLM MAcadMEd FRCEM FRCPCH FRSA CF Andrew is Honorary Professor (Paediatrics) at the University of Salford, Consultant in Children's Emergency Medicine in Manchester and Chair of SicKids charity. Andrew has lectured internationally on issues relating to protecting children from harm as well as recognising and responding to possible child abuse and developing processes and organisational systems to protect children at risk of significant harm. Andrew has an interest in the development of early warning scores to identify potentially sick children in emergency care settings. In 2016 Andrew was awarded the Pol Roger prize for his 2014 Churchill Fellowship work. In 2017 Andrew was awarded the Association Medal by the British Medical Association in recognition of his service to the Association and to the profession. Andrew's Churchill Fellowship report is called Living on a Railway Line.
On 11 March 2020 the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Covid-19 to be a global pandemic. Since then the pandemic has become a global phenomenon with hugely...
A Cambodian charity for vulnerable children and young people has received a new health facility from a charity set up by Churchill Fellow Professor Andrew Rowland, who...
Professor Andrew Rowland attended our Patron's reception at Buckingham Palace, hosted by Her Majesty The Queen, to mark our 50th anniversary.
Professor Andrew Rowland, Honorary Professor at the University of Salford, Consultant in Paediatric Emergency Medicine at North Manchester General Hospital, and a...
Andrew's Fellowship investigated the impact of mandatory reporting of child abuse, the work of children’s advocacy centres and learned about strategies used to...
New report says, 'we need to recognise that the majority of child abuse and neglect occurs within homes, families and communities'. ...
A new report has been launched into how different countries tackle child abuse, in particular sexual exploitation, and how the UK can benefit from this learning.