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The Royal College of Psychiatrists Improving the lives of people with mental illness


RCPsych in Wales

Welcome to the RCPsych in Wales.  We have over 550 Members, Fellows, Affiliates and Pre- Membership Trainees.  We cover Wales and our administrative office is based in Cardiff Bay.  Contact information.



Baltic House



We have strong links with the Welsh Psychiatric Society (WPS) who seek to promote issues specific to psychiatry in Wales and we host joint meetings with the Society twice a year.


Every two years there is a joint Meeting with Breton psychiatrists: "la Societe de Neuro-psychiatriede L`ouest". The Chairman of the Welsh Psychiatric Society is Professor Keith Lloyd.



  • Vacancies
  • Assessors on Advisory Appointment Committees (AACs) - If you have been a Consultant for more than three years, would you be interested in representing the College as an AAC Assessor? The College currently have a number of vacancies and urgently need representatives in all psychiatric specialties and in all Divisions/regions.

Recruitment and Retention

The RCPsych in Wales is committed to the improvement of rates of Recruitment and Retention in Wales.  Our Joint Leads are Drs Ceri Evans and Rob Stamatakis.  If you would like to be involved in this work and join our RnR Think Tank please email

Meeting dates:

  • Thursday 27 October, 2pm - 4pm, Baltic House, Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff, CF10 5FH. If you would like to attend, please email in the first instance.


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News and Events


Statement from Professor Keith Lloyd Aberfan



NEW - Winter/Spring 2016 RCPsych in Wales eNewsletter



ACCEA/Clinical Excellence Awards 2016:  The deadline for applications has now closed

RCPsych in Wales:
A Manifesto for the 2016 National Assembly for Wales Elections

Cover image from Welsh Division e-manifesto
image © Rhys Bevan-Jones

  • Mental Health Law: Dr Julie Chalmers, Specialist Adviser, Mental Health Law

    Mental Capacity Act: Supreme Court Judgement - P v Cheshire West and Chester Council and P and Q v Surrey County Council: what does this mean for psychiatrists?


  • College Elections - please use your option to VOTE ONLINE! - Since the start of 2011, and in order to make the process easier for members, you now have the option to vote online directly to the Electoral Reform Services. It is hoped that this will encourage greater participation in College elections. Please keep an eye open for your next opportunity to vote, and discover how easy it is!
  • Psychiatrists' Support Service (member login required) - an innovative service for members experiencing difficulties or wishing to provide support to others (full training given).