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

Faculty of Rehabilitation and Social Psychiatry


Faculty of Rehabilitation and social psychiatry

Rehabilitation Psychiatry: enabling recovery for people with complex mental health needs

The Faculty of Rehabilitation and Social Psychiatry was created in 1997. Its work focuses on the needs of people with longer term and complex mental health problems.

The Faculty currently has approximately 1600 members. They are mailed approximately three times a year, informed about Faculty’s activities and take part in the Faculty’s elections.

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Discussion forum

In recent years, there have been many changes in the NHS and mental health services in general. Rehabilitation services in particular have been restructured. The Faculty Executive Committee is of the opinion that a DISCUSSION FORUM would be a way to facilitate wider discussion, create a networking group for psychiatrists in the speciality and provide a support network for higher trainees and new consultants.

The discussion group will be available to all Faculty members and will provide an informal forum to share best practice and quality improvement initiatives, seek advice from other members, discuss current issues and policy, share and debate relevant research papers and advertise upcoming events and conferences.

The forum will be hosted on Basecamp.  Find out more about Basecamp.

Please email Stella  stella.galea@rcpsych.ac.uk if you would like to join the forum and, if you do, your preferred email address.