Northern & Yorkshire
Welcome to the Northern and Yorkshire Division of the RCPsych. We
cover the North, West and East of Yorkshire and the North East of
England. Our Division office is in Leeds.
What we do in the Northern & Yorkshire
Members in Northern and Yorkshire Division are supported by a
strong, committed Executive Committee which meets quarterly.
The Executive Committee has an active academic programme and
hosts two academic conferences each year. In addition to the
academic theme one conference incorporates the AGM and one
incorporates a trainee competition. Notification of conferences and
trainee competitions are posted on the web page.
The Executive Committee encourage members to engage with the
College locally, they welcome comments and suggestions from the
wider membership and any member wishing to contact the Executive
Committee can do so via the Division Office.
Northern and Yorkshire Division are committed to promoting
psychiatry, actively taking an interest in local medical schools,
in particular local psychiatric societies. Medical Students and
Foundation Doctors are encouraged to attend events and conferences
organised by the Division.
Patient and carer input is important to the Division. This group
are represented on the Executive Committee and are also encouraged
to attend Division conferences.
Notices of upcoming Elections and job vacancies are provided at
the beginning of the year.
The Division hosts ad-hoc local events on behalf of the College,
such as training for Approved Assessors and information about these
events are posted on the webpage and notified to members by
How to contact us:
Further details about the Division, its Executive Committee,
future meetings and events can be obtained from:
Division Manager: Jennifer
Division Administrator: Leanne Lane
or at the following address:
The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Northern and Yorkshire Division
9 Park Square East
Tel: 0113 209 1592
Fax: 0113 209 1593
The Division Office is committed to
providing members with a fast and efficient service. To enable
this, members are encouraged to keep their contact details up to
date – particularly their email addresses, as this is the main
method of communication. Please let us know if your contact