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At the College, we celebrate Black History Month. As part of this, it's important to recognise and celebrate the diverse past, present and future of the College. 

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'Vitamin D in schizophrenia and depression' is now available on our eLearning resource for mental health professionals.

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Catch up with our webinars to support psychiatrists during the pandemic – and sign up for the next ones.

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We've compiled information to support psychiatrists and other clinicians during this difficult time.

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From accessing medication to coping with anxiety, find out how to manage your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19: Managing mental health, RCPsych events, exams and more. 

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For Black History Month, we talk to Celine Erorh, the founder of mental health charity Celutions.

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Dr Mosun Fapohunda reflects on Black Lives Matter and celebrates the new Association of Black Psychiatrists.

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Celine Erorh, founder of mental health charity Celutions
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RCPsych responds to NHS Digital follow-up report on the Mental Health of Children and Young People
RCPsych responds to NHS Digital follow-up report on the Mental Health of Children and Young People

Dr Bernadka Dubicka, Chair of our Child and Adolescent Faculty, responds to a new NHS Digital report on the mental health of children and young people.

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RCPsych responds to the CQC's State of Care report and their report on the assessment of mental health services in acute trusts
RCPsych responds to the CQC's State of Care report and their report on the assessment of mental health services in acute trusts

Dr Adrian James, President of RCPsych, responds to two new CQC reports - their annual State of Care report and a report on the assessment of mental health services in acute trusts.

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Two-fifths of patients waiting for mental health treatment forced to resort to emergency or crisis services
Two-fifths of patients waiting for mental health treatment forced to resort to emergency or crisis services

Two-fifths of patients waiting for mental health treatment contact emergency or crisis services, with one-in-ten (11%) ending up in A&E, research by the Royal College of Psychiatrists has found.

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