The RCPsych Awards ceremony is one of the highlights of the College calendar each year. Find out who won, and watch the ceremony honouring these outstanding individuals and teams. 

Winners announced

Our Honorary Fellowships and President's Medals honour and offer the College’s gratitude to a small number of deserving people annually – watch the recording and hear from this year’s new recipients.

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Our new campaign video showcases what has inspired three doctors to work with children, those with intellectual disabilities and in the community.

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As reflected in our new logo, this year we’re celebrating our 180th anniversary. See what else we're doing and how you can get involved.

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RCPsych Awards 2021 winners
RCPsych Medals, Prizes & Fellows 2021
Dr Rupal Davé
RMPA grant of arms

Latest news

Mental illness twice as common among refugees and migrants in detention, compared to those not in detention
Mental illness twice as common among refugees and migrants in detention, compared to those not in detention

Rates for depression, anxiety and PTSD in refugees and migrants in detention are around twice as high as rates for those not in detention, according to a new systematic review published in the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ BJPsych Open.

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17Nov by RCPsych Press Office
RCPsych responds to the Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021
RCPsych responds to the Autumn Budget and Spending Review 2021

Dr Adrian James, President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, said: “Record numbers of people are waiting for treatment, yet mental health seems to be at the bottom of the list of government priorities in this spending review."

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27Oct by RCPsych Press Office
1.8m episodes of mental illness as a result of the pandemic
1.8m episodes of mental illness as a result of the pandemic

We're calling for significant investment at this week's spending review to respond to the 1.8m new presentations, recurrences or exacerbations of mental ill health expected as a direct or indirect result of the pandemic until 2023.

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25Oct by RCPsych Press Office

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