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 are 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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Pride 2021 - thoughts from our President
RCPsych President, Dr Adrian James, reflects on Pride 2021 and talks about why celebrating equality and diversity is a key priority for the College.Dr Adrian James
The 25 Women project: stories and storytellers
Dr Beena Rajkumar discusses our 25 women and the courage they have shown to own their stories and to share them.Dr Beena Rajkumar
WMHSIG 25th anniversary reflections – Dr Ros Ramsay
Former WMHSIG Chair Dr Ros Ramsay reflects on her own life and the common challenges women have faced in the profession.Dr Ros Ramsay
The 25 Women project: linked journeys of medicine, psychiatry and life
Dr Jo Talbot Bowen introduces the latest five women that are featured in the 25 Women project.Dr Jo Talbot Bowen
The 25 Women project: identifying barriers and reducing stigma
Dr Julia Barber discusses the problems that cause women to be underrepresented in academia and practice and why diversity in our workforce remains inadequate.Dr Julia Barber
The 25 Women project: exemplifying intersectionality
Dr Ilaria Galizia and Dr Philippa Greenfield look at theme of 'intersectionality' that is reflected in the five featured women psychiatrists that feature in the second week of the 25 ...Dr Ilaria Galizia & Dr Philippa Greenfield
Launching the 25 Women project
Dr Ruth Reed, co-chair of the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group introduces our new '25 Women project' which launches today.Dr Ruth Reed
WMHSIG 25th anniversary reflections – Dr Anne Cremona
Twenty-five years ago, Dr Anne Cremona founded what would become the Women and Mental Health Special Interest Group. She looks back at how the group came to be.Dr Anne Cremona