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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.
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.
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mental health Information
The RCPsych in Wales has developed a
draft set of Core Values for Psychiatrists. Following
consultation with the Executive Committee in Wales and a
presentation to the delegates at our recent joint meeting with the
Welsh Psychiatric Society, we are now seeking the views of the
wider membership on this draft document.
The profession of psychiatry has values which
it operates with and uses on a regular basis; but to date it has
not articulated them fully, codified them or explained how they
relate to each other.
The Core Values group is meeting again on 15 January 2016.
If you would like to comment on this piece of work, please send
these to Siobhan.email@example.com
by 14 January 2016
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