Please see below some frequently asked questions relating to our Congress webinar series and the International Congress 2021.
If you cannot find the answer to your question here please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can’t join us live you can watch the recording on demand. Recordings of our webinars will be available up to 2 months after the event. If you want to watch the webinar on demand you will need to register and pay in advance of the webinar taking place.
No, you will not be visible on screen during the webinars.
The 2021 International Congress will be held completely online. Read our blog post for more information.
All certificates from the 2020 Congress webinar series have now been sent out via email. Please check your junk inbox as it comes from a noreply email address.
If you haven't yet received it, please email email@example.com and we can send you another copy.
The fees for Congress vary depending on whether you are a member or non-member of the College, your Career grade and the time of year you book. Our fees for 2021 haven't yet been confirmed but the table below indicates the fees for 2019. The 2021 fees
are likely to be similar.
|Whole conference early bird fee||Monday only early bird fee||Daily (Tue-Thu, per day) early bird fee|
|Non-member of RCPsych||£790||£180||£250|
|Consultant or locum consultant*||£630||£140||£195|
|ST4/5/6 and SAS Doctors||£495||£110||£150|
|CT1/2/3, foundation doctors and student associates*||£295||£70||£90|
The 2021 Congress programme will be available later on in the year.
Of course! Anyone with an interest in psychiatry is welcome to attend Congress. If you are not a member of the College you will be required to pay the non-member fee.
If you are interested in becoming a member, which will entitle you to our reduced Congress registration fees, you can find full details of our membership grades online
Submissions for poster presentations will be available in the new year. Keep an eye on our website for more information.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3701 2618 with any enquiries.