The College is opposed to all forms of prejudice and believes that everyone should be treated fairly regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership status, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation.
We're committed to promoting equality, diversity and inclusion for our existing and future members, associates, affiliates, staff and visitors in all our practices and arrangements. We actively advocate for, and support, equality of access, experience and outcomes for all College staff, all members and for all mental health patients and carers.
Our equality initiative is jointly chaired by our President, Adrian James and our CEO, Paul Rees. Two Presidential Leads, Dr Shubulade Smith CBE and Dr Rajesh Mohan, have been appointed to support this work.
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Why autistic people should get the COVID-19 vaccination
The College's Autism Champion, Dr Conor Davidson, shares his thoughts on why autistic people should get the COVID-19 vaccination and points towards some helpful resources.Dr Conor Davidson
Disability is a strength
For this year's International Day of Persons With Disabilities, we hear from Dr Onikepe Ijete who talks about her personal experience of disability.Dr Onikepe Ijete
Conversations about autism
For this year's International Day of Persons With Disabilities, the College's Autism Champion - Dr Conor Davidson - writes about the thought-provoking conversations he's been having about autism.Dr Conor Davidson
Mental health in an unequal world
In a blog post to mark World Mental Health Day, Professor Wendy Burn talks about our patient information, which has been accessed from 235 countries and territories this year.Professor Wendy Burn
Black History Month 2021: reflections from Dr Chinwe Obinwa
For Black History Month, we spoke to Dr Chinwe Obinwa, a consultant forensic psychiatrist at the Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. She spoke to us about her experience being black ...
Black History Month 2021: reflections from Demice Watson
For Black History Month, we spoke to Demice Watson, a Recovery Mental Health Practitioner from Liverpool. She spoke to us about her role and her experience of being a black ...
South Asian History Month: Dr Fabida Aria
In our final blog post to celebrate South Asian History Month, we hear from Dr Fabida Aria who talks about her upbringing and the importance of never forgetting her roots....Dr Fabida Aria
South Asian History Month: Dr Mina Husain
In our second blog post to celebrate South Asian History Month, we hear from Dr Mina Husain who discusses her experiences growing up in four different countries and her work ...Dr Mina Husain