The International Advisory Committee is responsible for liaising with international organisations relevant to the work of the College and developing the role of the College internationally, including its role in education and training.
|President (Chair)||Professor Wendy Burn|
|Deputy Director of IAC and MTI Specialist Advisor||Dr Mohammed Al-Uzri|
|Deputy Director of IAC||Dr Ben Baig|
|Faculty Representative||Dr Dasha Nicholls|
|Division Representative||Dr Anand Ramakrishnan|
|International Division Representative||Dr Michael Best|
|Dean||Dr Kate Lovett|
|Sub Dean||Dr Subodh Dave|
|Honorary Treasurer||Dr Jan Falkowski|
|Registrar||Dr Adrian James|
|PTC Representative||Dr Rhiannon Newman|
|Chief Executive||Mr Paul Rees|
|Chair of the Iraq Sub-Committee||Dr Saleh Dhumad|
|Chair of the Diaspora Groups Committee||Professor Sab Bhaumik|
|BJPsych International Representative||Professor George Ikkos|
|Co-opted Member||Dr Sophie Thomson|
|Co-opted Member||Dr Marisa Casanova-Dias|
|Co-opted Member||Dr Olivier Andlauer|
|Co-opted Member||Dr Nandini Chakraborty|
|Co-opted Member||Dr Howard Ryland|
There are three meetings of the Committee every year.
To contact the International Liaison Manager about the work of the IAC, email email@example.com
International Advisory Committee
The International Advisory Committee (IAC) is responsible for liaising with international organisations relevant to our work and developing our role internationally, including our role in education and training.
The IAC meet three times each year. Our President Professor Wendy Burn is Chair and the Deputy Directors are Professor Mohammed Al-Uzri and Dr Ben Baig.
If you would like to make contact about the work of the IAC, please contact our International Liaison Manager Elen Cook.
Diaspora Groups Committee
The Diaspora Groups committee is made up of representatives from a number of independent Diaspora groups that represent psychiatrists in the UK. The committee meet 3 times a year and advise the RCPsych, via the International Advisory Committee, on international policy.
The following Diaspora Groups are represented on this committee:
- British Arab Psychiatric Association
- British Bangladeshi Psychiatrists Association
- British Pakistani Psychiatric Association
- British Indian Psychiatric Association
- Mind to Mind Myanmar
- Iranian Diaspora Association in Psychiatry
- Sri Lankan Psychiatrists' Association of the UK
- Sudanese Association of Psychiatrists - UK and Ireland
If you would like to make contact about the work of the Diaspora Groups committee, please contact our International Administrator Sarah Eldridge.