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RCPSYCH IN NORTHERN IRELAND

 

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  • 15 June - We held our annual Psychiatrists in Training Summer Meeting. Focus this year on 'out of programme experiences'
  • 20 May - We welcomed the Commission to review the provision of acute inpatient psychiatric care for adults. The final report for Northern Ireland will be launched in June
  • 18 May - RCPsychNI hosted the joint CAMHS meeting with the Ulster Paediatric Society. A very successful conference on 'Neuropsychiatry in Partnership' with keynote speaker Professor Mary Robertson - a leading authority in the study of Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  • 13 May - Great Spring Meeting today with presentations on a wide range of topics
  • 9 May - NI Mental Capacity Bill receives Royal Assent and is now the Mental Capacity Act (Northern Ireland) 2016
  • 22 April - Excellent meeting of the General Adult Faculty today with speakers on the Care Pathways Model, physical health and a mock mental health review tribunal
  • 18 April - RCPsychNI attended NICVA's 2016 Programme for Government event. Insight into how to influence for the benefit of mental health services
  • 11 April - RCPsychNI attended NICVA Voluntary & Community Sector hustings event with 4 of 5 main parties represented. Support from representatives for Mental Health Champions
  • 4 April - NVTV coverage of AWARE conference on Depression - including interview with Dr Diana Day-Cody
  • 31 March - RCPsychNI congratulates AWARE on an excellent conference focussed on wellbeing in the workplace. 'Depression - What Works' included talks from Dr Diana Day-Cody and Terry Waite
  • 29 March - Have a look at our blog update from Dr Ajwad Mobayed on the recent Functional Neurological Disorders Conference
  • 11 March - Excellent "Functional Neurological Disorders Interdisciplinary Conference" held with colleagues from ACPIN and The British Psychological Society NI Branch
  • 1 March - College members and staff attend an All Party Group on Mental Health session. With calls to work together to improve the lives of mothers and their infants
  • 1 March - College members and staff attend RCPCH Manifesto Panel - 'Securing better health for Northern Ireland's infants, children and young people: A vision for 2016'. Congratulations to RCPCH on the call for consistent and appropriate CAMHS across NI