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

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Newsletters om General and Community psychiatryWe aim to produce regular newsletters in addition to eNewsletters to keep members up-to-date on news from the Faculty. We welcome articles for publication within this. We have produced some guidelines for authors.

The following links are to past editions of the Faculty newsletters. To open these newsletters, please click on the relevant issue (note: PDF files open in a new window)


Newsletters

iMind - Newsletter No. 6 - What's happening in the Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry at RCPsych
iMind - Newsletter No.5 - What's happening in the Faculty of General Adult Psychiatry at RCPsych
Issue 18 - August 2011

 

Should you require a copy of any previous newsletters not currently available on the website, please contact Francis Maunze – the College Archivist.

To ensure that you receive an email with these Newsletters, please ensure that your email address is registered with the College and is up-to-date.

 

Instructions for authors

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The General and Community Faculty Newsletters are published as printed newsletters and are made available electronically on the Faculty website. When you submit an article, you are granting permission for us to publish your work both in print and online unless otherwise stated.

  1. The author should provide their full name, title and grade.
  2. The author’s Trust and important affiliations should be given.
  3. Authors should provide the editors with their email address or alternative contact details but they can choose whether or not this is published in the newsletter or whether they would prefer any correspondence to be forwarded to them from the Faculty email account.
  4. References should be provided for all articles where relevant.
  5. The references should be in Vancouver style which is the same format as that required for the British Journal of Psychiatry.
  6. If authors feel that there are relevant internet links or important further reading on the subject matter, references to these should be provided.
  7. Articles should be submitted in a single column using Times New Roman size 12 font in Microsoft Word format.

 

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